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5 June, 2009

returning the favour

Remember this?

Someone showed me a pile of presents few days before my birthday, and won't let me guess them

Someone showed me a pile of presents few days before my birthday, and won't let me guess them.

Well, that person's birthday is tomorrow, and during the week, I've been returning the favour slowly...

(one more photo follows...)

To return the favour is very simple. Just do exactly what that person did to you back, with interests preferably.

This is how you return the favour:

Presents for Laurent's birthday, showing him the boxes few days before his birthday and won't let him touch the boxes. And I printed out a similar sign.

Perhaps I should've titled this entry ‘how do you annoy someone back’.

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related blog entry:
how do you keep someone annoyed (7 October, 2008)

Posted by Antony on 5 June 2009 10:56 PM | photos

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Surely you are not giving all those gifts just for a birthday?
Talk about money and brains!!
Posted by Zen Master Wu Yi on 6 June 2009 11:45 AM.
Well said, Zen Master. I don't even recall seeing that many presents under the tree on Christmas (read: for all three of us in the house) when I was a kid.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 6 June 2009 1:04 PM.
There were actually two more presents going to that pile after the photo.
Don, because your Christmas tree is too big. We can't afford a big Christmas tree.
Posted by Antony on 6 June 2009 3:53 PM.
BTW, I missed out usual Sacred Saturday call today, I will try and get that phone again for next week!
Posted by Zen Master Wu Yi on 6 June 2009 8:06 PM.
Not taking into account financial tendencies of larger and smaller tree-owning families, the number of presents under the tree is pretty much independent of the size of the tree.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 6 June 2009 9:26 PM.
Zen Master Wu Yi,
I haven't received your phone number in Japan.
The size of the tree affect the feeling of the size of the presents.
Posted by Antony on 7 June 2009 1:34 AM.
I was talking about the number of presents, not the size of the presents.
But to use your analogy, I would have been smaller and hence the presents would have looked bigger, canceling out the effects of a bigger tree.
Posted by Don_HH2K on 7 June 2009 2:10 AM.
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