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Fairs & Festivals:New Year gift ideas
2008-12-31
Name: Editor Do you give gifts on the occasion of the New Year? Do you like to get surprise gifts? What are you going to gift your loved one this year?
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2008-12-31
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Name: Aditi
Subject:  Gifts and love
Well this is Aditi who love to be loved and loves people and also the gifts. I stay in a family of four. On the day of New Year all the members in the family give gift to one another. My parents give it to me and my brother and even we give it to them. For years we are going on following the same. We all members buy gifts for each other and show our love towards one another. My dad buy sari for my mom and he buys lots of gifts. I love to celebrate New Year with my family. It is really a special occasion for me.
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2008-12-31
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Name: Sheryl
Subject:  Love surprises
Hi, I love getting surprises from the people around me. The last New Year my exam was there till 29th so I couldn’t do anything. I was quite upset during that time so locked myself in home and sleeping but as soon as clock struck 12 o’clock my friends came to my place with a cake, some gifts for me and my parents also gave me a gift. During that New Year I was totally given surprise by my family and friends. I cannot forget that ever n I enjoyed a lot.
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2008-12-31
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Name: Jessica
Subject:  I love to celebrate
Hi this is Jessica. I like to celebrate New Year very much because it’s the day when we can party and go out with friends and so on. This is the only day when we can stay out and no one restricts me. Every time for a party I use to visit my friend’s farm house and there we do overnight party and this is the day when my parents allow me to stay out from house throughout night. This is the day when all friends are together and can have to eat, drink or have hukka’s and do all those stuff.
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