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Goodness, it’s over

How did Santa treat you? Ten dollars and a generic Christmas card from an elderly relative? Home-made kombucha or sauerkraut from the hipster adult nieces or nephews? Gardening or kitchen tools from the spouse? Socks or T-shirts from the girlfriend’s parents? The stereotypes – and they’re accurate, to an extent – go on.

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