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Last reminder about wishlist

Last reminder: If you are going to purchase anything off my wishlist, please do so before 12/8, because I need to use it for Kris Kringle at the office. My secret santa will be buying something off the list, but not through the list (so it wont show as already purchased). I want to avoid duplications. Thanks in advance!


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Dec. 2nd, 2003 10:56 am (UTC)
What's our incentive??
Dec. 2nd, 2003 01:09 pm (UTC)
Re: Hmmm
please scroll down a few/many entries back and you will see my offer regarding school related supplies. Non-school related items not included.
Dec. 2nd, 2003 03:46 pm (UTC)
It's too bad I'm not in New York ;-) I've never had a massage before. :-(
Dec. 3rd, 2003 06:22 am (UTC)
For the first poster:

"I will offer a free 1-hour massage to anyone that buys me any 3 school related items from my wishlist. 1.5 hour massage for 4 items. (for example: 1 towel, 2 sheets OR 2 books, 1 towel OR 4 books. Whatever.)
For any 1$ anyone donates toward helping me through school, I will give you 1 minute of massage. So, let's say someone gave me $25/month for all 16 months I was in school. That's 400 minutes of free massaging by me. I would just ask that we break it down into 120 minute sessions (That's 2 hours for the mathematically challenged). $100/ month is 1600 minutes..which means that for a long time you get a nice 2 hour massage a couple times every time you visit NYC. (!!)

The catch (sort of): you need to take a vacation to NYC, cause I cant come there. (Works out if you live here, or nearby, huh?) Also, I'd like to receive at least 2 terms of edu-macation before I give any massages. I can give a really mean backrub now, but I'd like to actually have some knowledge. So, the return massages would start after August 15,2004."

Finally, this offer is non-sexual in nature. I would be extremely dissapointed if anyone came to claim a massage expecting anything more than a wonderful full body theraputic session."

Dec. 3rd, 2003 02:10 pm (UTC)
It's pretty sad that you have to add that "this offer is non-sexual in nature" part, isn't it? That's the sort of thing that should be obvious... but alas, to some, it's not. By the way... what makes a massage "swedish"?
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