Buying A Present That Brings To Mind The Bahamas: How? And Should There Be Sand Involved?

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When you need to buy a present you have one of two approaches open to you. You can invest no thought in it whatsoever, charge straight into the bricks and mortar shops or online shopping mall, and lay your credit card down, grabbing whatever comes easiest and nearest to hand. 'What's this? A lead cable splicing tool? Fine, I'm sure she'll love it! Charge it!' (A milder version of this is to head straight for the confectionery aisle, and grab the biggest fanciest box of chocolates you can espy. Beep beep beep do not pass go do not receive two hundred dollars! This option... will probably excuse you and be accounted tolerable and almost unnoticeable by most recipients of shoddy or thoughtless gifts. But you want to put a bit more effort into it than that, don't you?



So what's your other route to satistying the silly conventions that require us to undergo massive present-buying stress en masse at Christmas and off and on thoughout the year for various birthdays and other celebratory occasions? Well, to make a few subtle inquiries, perhaps. You could ask around, find out what the person who needs a gift from you – or for whom you need to buy a gift – is really, really into. There are always clues!



And say you find out, and base your decision for what to buy upon that. Say your giftee is a lover of all things Bahamanian. Well? How does that help you? It allows you to brainstorm around the subject, that's what. Ah, Bahamas... what does that bring to mind? Sunny beaches, blue skies... the Bahamas weather forecast is surely always sunny! Maybe calendars with Bahamian photographs or the Bahamas flag? Maybe a new bikini or Speedo shorts if the object of your gift-giving is planning a Bahamian jaunt any time soon! Lucky thing!


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