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Bermudan Beauties When You're Looking For A Gift: What Should You Buy?

Updated on September 22, 2012

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Sometimes it's tough to be a gift-giver. And a gift-chooser. And a gift-buyer. And the person who pays off the credit card when you've finished with your gift-buying spree. But don't worry about that right now! Worry about how you're going to find and choose a present, for the person in your busy, eventful life who loves everything about Bermuda, and requires a present that is associated with Bermuda in every possible way!

(Why is this person in your life? Why did you choose to associate yourself with someone with such highly specific present accepting requirements? Who knows! The important thing right now is finding that present!) But what – when you come right down to it, when you actually stop and have a think about it – actually constitutes a present that is all, in every detail, about Bermuda? What is it that symbolizes Bermuda, such that a present representing it is the right thing to buy for someone who also loves all things Bermudan?

I guess the important thing to do first, before proceeding with your highly informed gift selection, is to ascertain what exactly are the limits of your knowledge about Bermuda. Bermuda! What is it all about? Let's just think... it's an island, right? And pretty close to America? Lots of tourists? I think I'm getting close! Let me just run off and check my facts there... Okay, I stand corrected, it's a whole lot of islands all bunched up together! Yes, that's pretty much all I need to know. I didn't say it was all you needed to know. You're the one buying the Bermudan gift.

If you're buying a gift you can look at both specific and generalised classifications. Generalised: cufflinks, books. Coffee mugs, crystal ornaments, hoodies. You see what I mean? And then you can particularise them: coffee mugs with a Bermudan flag or logo on them. Crystal ornaments of animals native or introduced to the Bermudan islands. (Terrapins! You might want to check out terrapins!) You see? It's easy when you think about it!


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