Frostbite wrote:VeganChoirGirl wrote:Are you our FrostBite from stag??
Yes, I am! Looks like there are more Staggers here than on the Stag site.
I also brought three extra pairs of dust goggles, and gave them out during dust storms. Several pieces of my clothing went to other people as well. I wasn't planning on giving the clothing away, but some of it just looked better on other people.
When it comes to gifts, just look at what you are buying for yourself, and pick up extras of those to give away. If you need it, chances are someone else does as well.
Lotus Amrita wrote:I will be making homemade chapstick with coconut oil and beeswax and aloe, and some other lovely additions <3
jkisha wrote:We gift those Otter Pops. Since we got the freezer we bring several cases. Additionally, we got a box of those neck bands that you soak in cold water and wear around your neck to keep cool to give as gifts. I still have the one that someone gave me on my first burn and I use it to this day.
psychoalpha wrote:You know, just to play devil's advocate for a minute, the best gift I got last year (aside from my beautiful Burning Man 2010 pendant), was a pair of cheap glasses that looked like 3D glasses but actually just ended up imposing hearts over any light source. It was amazing. I wore those until they actually fell apart.
Donna Matrix wrote:jkisha wrote:We gift those Otter Pops. Since we got the freezer we bring several cases. Additionally, we got a box of those neck bands that you soak in cold water and wear around your neck to keep cool to give as gifts. I still have the one that someone gave me on my first burn and I use it to this day.
Like yeah! I got ten boxes of icy pops............. that's 1000 pops. I'm going to hand out 100 a day................ (I am there for pre-burn as well, hence the 10 days)
wraith wrote:That is my theory as well. The best gift is being in the right place at the right time, with a will to help.
Although I am bringing some proper handcrafted tonic water to give to fellow ginhounds.
Age wrote:Much easier to lend a strong back and/or gift more practical things like food and booze.
Tazz wrote:I believe C.f.M (and others) are correct. Looking over my gifts received list I realize that most are thank you gifts. Being ready to lend a helping hand is always appreciated. And it helps me feel like l belong, which is at times difficult as I am in awe of the creativity and talent I see around every corner of the city.
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