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What are you buying your loved ones this Christmas? We're looking for inspiration and reckon a big share-a-thon of ideas will help everyone buy better gifts this year.

BTW: If your family reads B3ta and you're worried about giving the game away then tell us what you bought last Christmas.

(, Thu 26 Nov 2009, 12:34)
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This year I have the Managing Director. What do I buy him??? Well, nothing of course - he is a middle-aged man who wants for nothing. I will make him something. Mince pies, if he doesnt like them then in the bin they go. If he does/doesn't like them, praise showered on all staff as it would ruin the fun to reveal the identity of secret santa baker.

Last year I got the Chairman. With my £5 limit I bought him a CD of Carols from Kings College. Supper inoffensive Christmas tat.
(, Tue 1 Dec 2009, 16:31, 4 replies)
I am the owner
of a business and I would be absolutely over-the-moon if one of my employees went to as much trouble as to make some mince pies - I love mince pies! DO it!

I got a home-made christmas cake from one of them last year - It was ace! I've drawn my business manager... now that is going to take some thought.
(, Tue 1 Dec 2009, 16:33, closed)
Thank you.

I was thinking a selection of mincers - 6 traditional ones, 6 boozy ones, 6 with nutty crumble topping and 6 with almond pasty and frangipane on top.

Business manager you say???? Why not give them your business? Or maybe some socks & shortbread, it's your call.
(, Tue 1 Dec 2009, 16:44, closed)
As the owner of the business,
no matter what you buy anyone, they will call you cheap.

Also, 'gearanach' sounds like Gaelic for cutter or cut.

is it?

(, Tue 1 Dec 2009, 16:53, closed)
Gaelic for
"The complainer" - I missed out the article "an".
(, Wed 2 Dec 2009, 8:03, closed)

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