Giving money is tacky. We should give thoughtful gifts that we spent a lot of time thinking about and searching for. Or better yet, we should make something handmade. Knit something, perhaps, or the good old plate of Christmas goodies.
Wrong, says Jenée on Twitter.
I strongly believe that people who provide services to you and make less money than you do not want your baked goods, mugs w/ a packet of hot chocolate mix wrapped in cellophane, or candles for Christmas. They want your cash! They do not care that it’s impersonal. At all.
— Jenée (@jdesmondharris) December 19, 2018
I’m inclined to agree with her. Look, I like baked goods and hand knits as much as the next person, but that doesn’t mean it’s what other people want for Christmas. (In fact, I actually probably like baked goods more than the next person, but that’s a diet problem and not a gift problem.)
Twitter was also inclined to agree with her:
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