Bought all presents?

Found on Dec 27 in a hedge:

weihnachts-einkaufszettel
(Click for large view – well, it’s a list of cheap things: functional turtleneck shirt; baking tray; canned sausage; “rouche”; hand warmer, cherry pit pillow; book – aquarium – coupon – fish)

Hope the paper wasn’t lost before the presents were bought – would be a pity if Isolde who was so looking forward to getting her rouge had not even received some rouche or Steffen starved without his canned sausage. Just wandering if that at the end is a book gift coupon and a fish for an aquarium, or if you need to read it line by line, too. (The last name appears to be Ryan’s last name; which is also why I blurred it.)

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  1. P

    Viel mehr würde mich interessieren, ob Freddy den Funktionsrolli erhalten hat. So “kleine” Geschenke gehen schnell mal unter! ;)

  2. O

    haha, sehr lustig ;)

  3. b

    Ích glaube ja, da hat jemand einen Versandhandel geplant und im Stile eines skandinavischen Wohnungsausstatters die Produkte mit Vornamen benannt.
    Aber ich muss so etwas glauben: Ich habe vier Hausfreunde, und die heißen alle Billy.

    • c

      Dann fehlt noch ein Name für das Kirschkernkissen – da ist ihm wohl nichts mehr eingefallen. Wollen wir ihm doch mal helfen: Wie wär’s mit Kirsten, das passt von den Buchstaben recht gut…

  4. b

    Kirsten ist perfekt. Und den “Gutschein Fisch” würde ich Delfinkotelett nennen.

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