Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
catinthefunnyhat wrote:I wonder if it would be possible, since you're buying in such bulk quantities, to get some that are sealed but not labeled, or are perhaps custom-labeled with a Burning Man logo or something like that. Just a thought.
trilobyte wrote:Buckets of stuff sitting in the dust seem a little odd and impersonal to me, but to each his or her own.
trilobyte wrote:Buckets of stuff sitting in the dust seem a little odd and impersonal to me, but to each his or her own. Some friends of ours gifted lip balm this year - they found a supplier that they liked and ordered a bunch with customized labels. It was a nice gesture, every time I use it I see the label and think of them and the time we spent on the playa… awesomeness.
I also assume that anything at bunringman might be a prank, eg lip balms filled with cheese.
Bob wrote:Speaking strictly for myself, I hate the entire gifting phenomenon, especially how newcomers seem to be coerced into complying with it by impersonally scattering trinkets and samples of health products. It's become something of a cultish rite.
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