- it doesn't matter: it's not important
a present: a gift; something you give free
to cost: to have as a price
the thought: the idea behind the gift
to count: to matter; to be important
to what extent: how much; how far
a saying: a proverb
jone54 wrote::lol: I found that almost all members in our fornum are agree on the idea that thought is cardinal and cost is the second. But as a matter of fact, people value their friendship by how much does the gift cost.
As far as you know, in chinese wedding, the bride's and groom's friends should wrap a mount of money in a red bag. At the moment, their friends will make decision whether the friendship between them is worthy of 200yuan or not, or even more. I am aggree with you too. But what I said above is a contradiction.Maybe we just need some time to resolve this problem.[/b]
Honey wrote: fortunately, there are many possibilities to give someone a cheap but excellent present (why not, handwork or something like that).
The occasion could also determine the kind of present you should give.
So, rather than how expensive it is, is how careful you are to send a good present.
Honey wrote: Hi!
That's why presents given by children are usually more delighting...
Honey wrote:Unless the person who receives it is very demanding.
No, I'm not talking about my father...
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