Todd: So true. Yeah, actually another thing I like to do is sometimes buy a really nice gift, and then for one year, and then maybe for the next year or two, don't buy the person a gift. For example, like maybe one year, I bought my landlady, who I'm very close to, I bought her an iPad. I'm like, "She's kind of older, and she never had an iPad." So I bought her an iPad, but then the next year, I didn't buy her something really expensive. I bought her like a box of chocolates or something, you know.
Jen: In that case, I think it would create a problem, because once you give someone a really special thing, then the next year, they will expect something more, you know？
Jen: So like, it'll be really disappointing if they get something that's not very valuable than it was the year before.
Todd: Yeah, it's kind of hard to climb back from that, isn't it？
Jen: Yeah. Off an iPad？ It would be bad.
Todd: Though, she's a really nice woman. She definitely ... I don't think she thinks that way at all. She's actually better at giving me gifts. She's always giving me gifts. So, have you gotten any gifts recently for anybody？ Are you already planning to get your gifts for the end of the year？
Jen: I actually just presented a pair of shoes for my friend, because it was her birthday. The thing is, we don't really celebrate New Year at this time of year. It's kind of different for us, because we celebrate the Lunar ...
Todd: Ah right, which is in April, right？
Todd: Okay, cool.
Jen: So haven't really thought about like Christmas gifts or anything.
Todd: So in your country, in Nepal, like when do people give gifts？ On what occasions？
Jen: During our New Year. We have a lot of festivals, so more than gifts, we just invite people and ... you know？ Gather around and eat good food, that's it.
Todd: Yeah, that's the best.
Jen: Yeah, I believe so too.