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When you give a present, do you remove the price sticker?

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yes.

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Of course. It's tacky, not to.

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Not unless it's above $50.

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No, so they can know how much they owe me.

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Definetly.

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Yes.

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Why did you forget to or something?

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Nop. Just curious.
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Well yeah. It would be smart
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Always.

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yes but if its cloths give them the receat if they want to return it

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most of the time, yes...

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i seldom want to give anyone a present if i care about the price.

if it is cheap, and i would assume my friend or my relative like the present very much and boast to him/her that this one is really very cheap, very nice price!

if it is expensive, i would be proud of my generosity! :p

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Of course you do. When you give a gift...it is a gift. There is no need for a price to be attached to it, or even reciprocation for that matter.

If you leave a tag on it. then you are saying: "Here I spent this much on you now what?"

It is never the cost of a gift that is a concern to some one who truly appreciates it; it is ALWAYS the thought behind it.

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Beautiful answer thanks
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very well said
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Yes, unless you aren't sure if the item is something they will like or the right size. Then, I would keep it on, so they can exchange it.

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Depending on the price :p

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Hi
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How are you doing
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Umm good, and you?
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I'm good
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Thats good (:
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What have you been up to?
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Soccer, and dance c: wbu?
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Nothing just relaxing
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Cool cool aha
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Cool cool?
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Ahaha yess c;
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Lol:)
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i cant believe you got kicked outta school v.v
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Why not? Lol:)
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Idkk, ahah :p ..i didnt think you were that bad o.O
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Si

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Even if I was Bill Gates, and I bought my wife/girlfriend/arm candy a DRESS for anything over $30,000, I may be inclined to leave the price tag on. I believe I would need suggestions from some of you, male and female, as to how I should handle the situation should she complain that one of her girlfriends wore the same one, at the last fundraising event for starving children of the the third world.

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