Just because you’re supposed to buy a gift for just the one person whose name you’ve drawn doesn’t mean you can’t bend the rules and buy for other special relatives, too.
Just because you’re supposed to buy a gift for just the one person whose name you’ve drawn doesn’t mean you can’t bend the rules and buy for other special relatives, too.
Just because you’re supposed to buy a gift for just the one person whose name you’ve drawn doesn’t mean you can’t bend the rules and buy for other special relatives, too.

Despite drawing names, you can still buy for special relatives

December 11, 2016 08:00 AM

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