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Is a rice cooker a good gift to give?


Narnia

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I think it depends on whether the person you are buying it foe is a woman or a man, and if you are in a relationship with them or not.


An ex-bf's mother bought me a cookery book once and I was none too pleased as i do not see myself as a chained to the kitchen sink kind of girl. Anything which reinforces gender stereotypes is not something I'd give or be be pleased to receive.

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