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Today Is Look for an Evergreen Day!

1. Do you do any volunteer work?

2. Are you a re-gifter?

3. Have you ever been to a bingo parlor?


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Dec. 20th, 2019 12:56 pm (UTC)
1) Catsitting counts, doesn't it?

2) Usually not. I know Kishon's "Chocolate on a voyage" (Schokolade auf Reisen) and I don't want to end there. In some cases though, where the gift was clearly something somebody bought as a set, readily wrapped in cellophane, I just passed it on to someone equally anonymous.

3) No. Kill me if I ever suggest that.
Dec. 20th, 2019 01:57 pm (UTC)
voluneertism was my career
i am still active with my local Lions Club

regift - again not so much - there was a time when i was involved in many "small gift exchange"
fancy candles were a favorite gift
i had more than i knew what to do with so i passed them on

my favorite regift story
I got a fish shaped candle - very cute from A
a year or so later i did a sea themed presents to B
B did not know A and lived in a different state
B and I were old friends and put together elaborated packages of small gifts
a few years latter - the fish swam back

bingo no!
my only contact with bingo - i used to play it with my grandmother
Dec. 20th, 2019 03:36 pm (UTC)
1. In an offical sort of capacity: I just started volunteering as the homeless advocate chair on the local city housing advisory committee. Unofficially; I do a lot of "secret santa" this time of year for people I know won't have a Christmas otherwise.

2. Rarely, but it's happened a few times if I get something that's really nice but doesn't fit me or I'm allergic to it.

3. I've walked pasted them but never gone in.
Dec. 20th, 2019 03:41 pm (UTC)
1. Yes, local Farm Bureau 'Farm Day' that teaches children (and adults) where their food comes from.
2. Occasionally. We once participated in the extend family's tradition of re-gifting the Christmas card. The same Christmas card was passed around for over twenty years. Each family member would sign their name & add a little note inside the card. It finale ended when one of the Scrooges who had married into the family threw the card away when they received it; loudly complaining about the piece of trash they had received in the mail.
3. No. Years ago there was one nearby that the police would raid once a month. (They were illegal at the time.) Once the local laws changed to legalize them, it permanently shutdown.
Dec. 20th, 2019 04:06 pm (UTC)

Sometimes ... oops ...

Dec. 20th, 2019 06:36 pm (UTC)
1. Not these days

2. Yes, but an honest one, I warn people

3. No, but I've been in a few church basements full of bingo and seniors
Dec. 21st, 2019 05:00 am (UTC)
1) I've volunteered at the local school for the deaf and blind.

2) Eeyup XD

3) Nope
Dec. 21st, 2019 10:26 pm (UTC)
1. Yes, as a school governor. 2. I wish I were that organised. 3. No.
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