Showing posts with label gifts. Show all posts
Showing posts with label gifts. Show all posts

Tooth Fairy Day - February 28th

Tooth Fairy Day is celebrated in honor of the favorite fairy of millions of children around the world, the one who gives them a gift in exchange for thier tooth that has fallen and they have placed it under a pillow. The tooth fairy was invented by the adults to give the children a good feeling when their deciduous teeth fall out. The tooth fairy exists mainly in Western countries, such as North America and Western Europe. 
The tooth fairy is an imaginary folkloristic figure who according to legend gives children money or gifts if they put the baby teeth that have fallen under their pillow at night.

This figure is an example of the folkloristic figures that exist in the modern world, and which many adults, though they do not believe at all in its existence, tell about it to their children.

In many Spanish-speaking countries there is a similar character known as the "Ratoncito PĂ©rez" - "the mouse Perez" (mouse with a surname). In Francophone countries (such as France, Belgium, Switzerland or Luxembourg) the character is called "La petite souris" (or "little mouse") - "La petite souris".

What does the tooth fairy look like?
Unlike Santa Claus, there are some details about the appearance of the tooth fairy which remain consistent in different versions of the myth. A 1984 study by Rosemary Wells found that most, 74% of respondents believed that she is a female, while 12% believed that she is not male or female, and 8% believed that tooth fairy could be male or female. When asked about her findings regarding the appearance of the tooth fairy, Wells explained - "there is the basic fairy of Tinkerbell with the wings, the wand, a little older and what not". A review of children's books and popular publications found the tooth fairy is also described as a child with wings, pixie, dragon, blue mother figure, flying ballerina, two little elders, dentist, flying man with a cigar smoking belly, bat, bear and more.

How to celebrate Tooth Fairy Day? 
There is controversy as to whether this day falls in late February or August, but whatever, if you are unsure, children can be left with a gift under the pillow in honor of Tooth Fairy Day twice a year, even if they have not lost a tooth. You can tell them that the tooth fairy just came to say hi in honor of her special day :) .

February 28 is also Chocolate Souffle Day and Rare Illness Day

Boxing Day - December 26

Boxing Day is a secular holiday celebrated on the day after Christmas, December 26, and its tradition is to give Christmas presents to people in low socioeconomic status, that is, to those who cannot afford to give Christmas presents. . Boxing Day is especially common in the UK and in countries that were once part of the British Empire. The name boxing comes from the word "boxing" - packaging, after the holiday gift packaging.

The origin of the holiday is in Britain, at a time when the servants would work throughout the Christmas in the service of the nobles, prepare and serve them the meals, clean after them, etc.), and only a day after Christmas would they receive leave and gifts from the masters. Christmas presents were called "Christmas boxes".
Another possible explanation for the origin of the holiday is a story according to which on this day priests broke the boxes for collecting donations in the churches and distributed the money to the poor.
Nowadays it is customary on Boxing Day to give annual donations to charity, and in addition, in the UK in particular, it is a day of many discounts and promotions in stores, so it has become a day of shopping.

How to celebrate Boxing Day?
You can donate to charities or charities or just buy a gift for someone you love, and you can also take advantage of this day to shop at sites abroad that give significant discounts like asos, amazon, ebay, Aliexpress etc.

December 26 is also Kwanzaa Day

Birthday gifts coloring pages

What’s more fun on a birthday than getting a gift? A gift shows the good intent of those who give it to you, who thought of you and bothered and invested time and money, or effort, to buy or make it for you. If the gift is wrapped up nicely, it's much more fun. Birthday gifts are one of the sweetest experiences in life, making the special day a joyful and memorable one. Here are some coloring pages of birthday gifts. Choose the birthday cake you want to color, print and paint for your enjoyment.

To print the page you would like to color, click on it and then click Ctrl+P.

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Special gifts for people who have everything (or don't know what they want) - challenging games and toys for adults

Looking for a gift for father's day or mother's day or any other adult who has a birthday and doesn't know what he wants? 
Well, adults also like to play and have fun, so why not give them games and toys? Get some games and toys for adults looking for a challenge and not smartphones, which can be amazing special gifts:

A ship in a bottle of Lego-
This LEGO kit has 962 parts from which you can build an ancient warship in a bottle, with authentic details - cannons, staff accommodation, masts, printed sail elements and more. Link

The puzzle you will not be able to finish all your life - a 32,000 piece puzzle of 32 paintings by artist Keith Herring produced by Ravensburger. This puzzle is presented in Guinness Book of Records as the puzzle with the most parts that can be bought commercially. It costs a total of 350 dollars. link
Also there is a 40,320 pieces puzzle of Disney's Mickey mouse 90 years edition wite 6.8 meters width and 1.9 meters high link:
Lego coffee-
If you like Lego, there's no reason for you to give it up because you're grew up. This is a cup whose outer surface is a Lego surface and there are also cubes and figures that you can put together while you drink your coffee like an adult. You can also buy it for a kid who drinks hot chocolate.
If you want the door to be a challenge, buy that lock, just hope that the person on the other side doesn't have to go to the toilet while they try to open the door.

Colors for smartphone- iCrayon colors are cool colors you can draw on your smartphone and tablets! These colors are actually engravings, writing tools that do not really draw, but through the movement of engraving on the screen. They come in seven colors and are made of soft material. Draw on the screen and the image is saved within the app on your smartphone or tablet. Excellent for students and work meetings. Link
iPhone case with maze - Another cool thing to bored people is a retro iPhone cover, with a maze with a ball. The cover is also a shield for the smartphone and also serves as a toy game if you are bored or you are out of battery and you can not use your smartphone in the usual way. Just turn it over and try to get the ball to the end of the maze. Link

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