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    Non Traditional Wedding Gifts

    <i>Goats, camels and village farmyards might not seem like traditional wedding presents, but all this could change under a novel gift-giving plan unveiled by the British charity Oxfam.

    Couples getting married can ask guests to forgo the traditional gift of household goods from a list held at a department store in favour of a charitable donation to be made to communities in 70 countries.

    Oxfam's "Unwrapped" wedding list service allows guests to spent 95 pounds (140 euros, 175 dollars) on a camel for a village, with cows and goats a cheaper option at 70 and 24 pounds respectively.

    One hundred children's school dinners can be purchased for a mere six pounds, while at the other end of the scale, a complete village farmyard can be financed for 1,200 pounds...</i> <A HREF="http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20050512/od_afp/afplifestylebritainaidoffbeat_050512125649">Entire Story Here</A>

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    I keep threatening to give my girls a milking cow as a wedding present.

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      lol, My dad use to say he wanted to give me to a slave trader!! I got an unusual present which I thought was ythe greatest, My hubby adn I had a very small wedding less than 20 people and my sis paid for the reception, which I thoght was great since we didn't have any money!

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