present for your birthday...what you prefer?

Romania
April 22, 2008 2:25am CST
do you like the other to buy you what you ask them for and so knowing before what you will get or you prefer that presents to be a surprise,even if they aren't exactly what you wished to.i prefer the second, cause i like surprises, i am disappointed if i know what presents someone will buy for me.
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@miryam (6507)
• Italy
23 Apr 08
9i not l0ve my birthday, but i'm like a ring or a music cd...or nothing one kiss i dont know well..............i recive whith plasure.thanks ok bye myryam
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
I, on the other hand, am not a big fan of surprises. I would love to know what they're planning to give me so I could tell them if I would like it or not. But of course, any kind of present is okay with me.
@aseretdd (13736)
• Philippines
23 Apr 08
It has been a long time since i received a gift for my birthday... i think it was like two years ago... it was from a student but that was for chirstmas... i did not even receive any for my birthday... so right now... i would welcome any kind or type of gift... even the cheapest one will be appreciated...
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
22 Apr 08
Hi andrejuly84! I prefer the first one dear friend! If ever my husband, friends and family would ask me what would I really want for a present on my birthday, I will tell them because it will be very nice to receive the things you really want. However, It is alright to have surprise presents because I truly appreciate the gesture and knowing that you are being thought of on your own special day. Just my thoughts dear friend. Take care and have a nice day!
@BUSSY1979 (1284)
• United States
22 Apr 08
lol i think i would choose that they get me something. I usually tell em "Get me whatever you want. You know what i mostly like." and i'm seriously not that hard to please on recieving presents. mainly i like anything computer wise. They can get me anything computer, or electronic and i'll be happy with it. So, i'm not that hard to please when it comes to buying presents.