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Old 12-19-2003, 01:01 PM   #16
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Old 12-19-2003, 01:07 PM   #17
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Well, I plan on giving whatever I can 'make or bake'! that works for me cuz I am very artistic, but making a personal Cd would me nice. Is he into sports? Most guys are!Maybe a Cd with "Who let the dogs out" and other related songs? lol and hey, that idea for spicy nuts could be good, but on a diet? hmmh?
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HeadIAS ur absolutely Nuts!lol! That is so funny and sooo not the point!! rotfl! but hey, I WAS thinking maybe it wouldn't be so bad if MS ended up there-look at all the good she could do!!lol I must be just as mad!! lol
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Re: homemade christmas gifts

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I think I may make a mix CD, but I don't know if that's enough, especially not knowing musical taste of the guy so well. Though if I decorated it particularly nicely perhaps that would cover it, and I do take my music seriously.
Make it a double cd and call it a day. You'll even have fun doing it. You have eclectic taste and I suspect you'd make an awesome mix regardless of what his tastes are.
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OMG, headache, that's hilarious.
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I'm making cookies for someone's gift. Those always go over well.
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Were they the clay ashtrays zoney? I remember making a clay ashtray type thing once when I was in Primary 3 (I was 6)...it looked more like a mound of clay....

Why not make an Xmas songs cd with all those classic christmas tunes ilke Salde and shakin stevens and bing crosby end er my Dad told me to put Elvis on our Christmas compilation "Blue Christmas" I think he missed me when I said I wanted it to be cheery and upbeat.
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