15 Dec 2005 @ 9:29 PM 

Whenever someone asks what I want for $GIFTGIVINGDAY, I point them to my registry on Amazon. Yet, they continually do one of two things: don’t buy me anything at all, or say, “what do you really want?” Yeah, that’s why I have the wish list. I actually use the wish list myself more frequently than is probably wise. It’s pretty much ended up as a “hey that looks cool but I’m not going to buy it today” holding area.

Still, I have to wonder why someone would ask what I want, and then assume that I was just yanking their chain by telling them. Must be a lot of duplicitious people in the world, making folks that untrusting.

Posted By: Gary
Last Edit: 15 Dec 2005 @ 09:29 PM

Categories: Personal


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  1. Lysa says:

    People ask me what I want, I tell them, then they get me something completely different anyhow. Why bother to ask, I say?

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