DragginLady wrote:hmmm carrying a few extra bandanas on your person when out could really benefit some one who has none during a dust storm.
Last year just before that hella big duststorm at the start of critical tits, a bandana skittered past me on the playa..
I picked it up, and it was a Godsend; worst(or best) white out I have been in and that bandana saved me!!
As they say, The Playa Provides!!
Dork wrote:The thing about common gifting items is they're common. If you need any of those things there's already a thousand people out there with extras they'd be happy to give you. Consumables are a little different in that you can finish them on the spot and don't have some little thing to carry around.
Either bring something unique, personal, and convenient for the giftee to take with them or don't bring anything at all. If you treat gifts like currency they aren't gifts anymore, are they? Why not just hand out $1 bills?
st8ter68 wrote:Try looking for EL wire, the last thing we need is bags and bags of used glowsticks
Help give me some ideas, I need to be able to fit them in a suitcase too and not have them too bulky.....
theCryptofishist wrote:Okay, no gumball machines. But those 100 yen stores sound intriguing. I have to admit that the Japanese do small and cute very well. However, Pokemon and Hello Kitty have worn out their welcome with me.
But again, don't fuss about gifting your first time out. Wait until you've got your "Burning Man Legs."
Shit, I had to say that, didn't I?
theCryptofishist wrote:Pokemon and Hello Kitty have worn out their welcome with me.
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