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Anne Lister Secret Santa gift ideas & teasing - 2016 (132* d) RE: Secret Santa gift ideas & teasing - 2016 02 Nov 16

Well, since I've been reprimanded and threatened with a lump of coal (which seems somewhat unfair, as I haven't been naughty, just failed to provide information about likes and dislikes) I'd better complete this list, although it doesn't change much from year to year ...

1. What is your age range? Older than I'd like to own up to.

2. Gender? Seriously? Female.

3. Do you have a favorite color? Purple.

4. Favorite authors/type of book? Dorothy Dunnett, Terry Pratchett - but I have all of the former and only lack some of the more recent of the latter.

5. What books have you really been wanting? Ridiculous tomes normally found in reference libraries ... not something I'd expect Santa to provide!

6. What type of music do you like? traditional music, mostly

7. What CDs have you really been wanting? I haven't ...I normally buy the ones I know about. But if my Santa is a musician I'd love to hear their music.

8. What movies have you been wanting (DVD/BluRay)? Again, none really.

9. What is your t-shirt size? XXL

10. Do you collect anything? if so, what? I don't collect anything.

11. What are some of your other hobbies? Theatre, drama, history, travelling.

12. Do you prefer gold-tone or silver-tone jewelry? Real gold or silver only, I'm afraid - got far too much costume jewellery.

13. Please include anything else you feel is important that would help your Secret Santa know what you would like. My favourite SS packages include lots of little things that tell me about where they live.

14. Remember that "negative hints" such as allergies might also be helpful. Not mad keen on chocolates or sweets, although I have a husband who will help to eat them if they're included. Dark chocolate is preferred to milk chocolate. Love coffee - Peets is a particular favourite brand.

I'm actually very easily pleased, whatever the above suggests. Books of local folk tales or folklore, or recipes, local crafts - all very gratefully received.

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