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By Anonymous - / Saturday 26 December 2009 03:13 / United States
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By  LilaBear  |  1

If you buy someone a battery-operated present, you should buy them the batteries to go with it. It's not exactly polite to get them something that requires them to go out and buy something just so it works. That's like giving someone half a jigsaw and then expecting them to buy the other half. (Unless perhaps it was already quite an expensive present and you know they want it so much they'd be happy to buy the batteries for it.)

By  Feverrotes  |  15

So the thought of politeness never crossed your mind? Always buy the batteries as well. It's not like you put "Batteries not included" on the gift wrapper No wonder you're from New Jersey......

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  GeorgeBoosh  |  0

Golden Rule: Always buy presents that you really want for yourself. It makes Christmas so much easier. Next year he will really want a lovely red jacket size 4, or an expensive handbag. Or one of those women's toys that need batteries.

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