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For that reason I say that chocolates are probably a safer choice. Home baked goods The key advantage of the wine / chocolate gift is that they are meant to be consumed.Unless of course the giftee is watching their weight, has a gluten intolerance, or is allergic to food preservatives … An expensive, permanent gift may be more of a burden than a pleasure.If you feel this way you might consider a homemade, edible present which demonstrates you have taken time and care to make something special.

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Had you left well alone, no doubt the Welsh literati would have gone on their merry way and been forgotten about, I know I have more important things to spend my time on.

But no, you have to continue with your ‘Hate Ruck Comedy’ which now of course, has back-fired.

My student told me that, in his culture, it was a sign of respect for your teacher if you give them a ‘permanent’ kind of present.

It was his way of telling me I had made a difference and I was touched.

Unless, like me, your supervisor is not a big drinker.

In Australia, being a non drinker is considered a weird thing (I know – it says something about our culture doesn’t it?

In countries like Australia, where gift giving ‘rules’ are largely unspoken and context dependent, it can be difficult to know what advice to give.

So I thought I would just tell you about the four types of responses I got and leave it up to you to decide what to do!

It was pointed out that gift giving creates a sense of obligation and reciprocity, which can be awkward for a supervisor – especially if they have many students. Many people do not celebrate Christmas all because of their atheist stance, others routinely have their own religious holidays ignored by Australia’s Christian slant.

I’m not sure how you negotiate this social minefield, but perhaps, if you are unsure what is considered normal behaviour, ask the students who have been there longer than you.

Nothing I’ll admit I was surprised when some people questioned the idea of buying a present at all.

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