Creative gifting and fun

dancing imvu french fries
I dance with my family almost every night for almost two hours. It’s an amazingly intimate and fun time. We are often carrying on several conversations at a time, filled with inside jokes and stories at 60 miles an hour. Even slow nights are always fun and very special. You would think that the same people in the same room would get boring or at least be somewhat the same from one day to the next. But it’s so random and so different from night to night. One thing that I think makes it fun is Creative Gifting. One of the fun things we do sometimes is find funny things from the conversation in the catalog. visions of french fries dancing in their headsThere are so many wacky things, you really can’t think of something and not find it in the catalog.

Last night we were teasing Stephanie about French Fries because her fiancĂ© is such a health nut she’s not allowed to eat French Fries. All of a sudden we were all French Fries and laughing so hard it hurt. Jokes about salt and wanting to get eaten followed and it was just a blast. The point is just to keep that in mind in a conversation because it’s so fun to give someone what they were talking about, whether it’s a big head, a French Fry avatar. If you can think of it you can probably find it and a few credits can make the night special for everyone. Also wearing and gifting a specific item makes everyone feel welcome and a part of the group. Be creative and have fun!

2 responses

  1. Wendy

    Lol…I went last sunday with my sister at a restaurant with a big M above the front door. I started to laugh at the first step I did inside this restaurant. Please don’t tell Evan, he would let me doing 100 push ups to punish me when he find out -lol-.

    January 15, 2013 at 4:22 pm

  2. Don’t worry Wendy. You won’t explode and he probably won’t see this. But if he does just count to 100 and grunt on between. He can’t really tell, LOL.

    January 15, 2013 at 5:39 pm

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