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Every year at Christmas time millions of people crowd the malls in search Christmas gifts Millions of these gifts are brought home wrapped and left under a tree until Christmas morning Anyone of these gifts can be placed into one of six categories On Christmas morning the first gift you grab is a traditional box shaped gift wrapped in cheap wrapping paper The label says that its from your cousin however its clearly obvious that your two year old cousin did not write his name in perfect cursive much less pick out the gift You open your Aunts gift and find a XXL T-shirt which she obviously purchased from the bargain bin for 150 Uhthanks you mutter as you glance at your 110 pound frame What a pointless gift On the other hand your Uncle is sure to get you a cool and unique gift There is only one problem Your mother never approves of the pocketknife Super Nintendo or Blink 182 concert tickets Oh come-on mom If your brother even thinks of you during the holidays you should consider that a gift in itself However if your brother happens to have some spare cash and decide to spend it on you it seems that the gift he chooses is more to his liking than yours Your brother might get you that video game that hes been eyeing but that you never really cared for Oh well It is not a complete loss Hopefully the game will keep your brother busy and out of your hair Your grandparents gift to you is always a gift of necessity Grandparents enjoy giving socks and gift certificates from Walden Books You know they mean well but that doesnt make it any easier to fake the excitement You just thank your loving caring grandparents and give them a hug Your parents are the people that try the hardest to make your Christmas a memorable one They wrap all of
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