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2giv.eU – Giving & Receiving Ideal Gifts

2giv.eU2giveU defines itself as the first WishBlog on the World Wide Web. What is that? Well, basically it is a spot where you can write down what you would like to have, but you don’t really feel like spending your hard-earned cash on.


You then share this WishBlog information with all of your friends, and when it is your birthday or any event in which presents are exchanged then you can simply check each other’s wishblog and make everybody’s day.

The WishBlog itself can have whatever you want – you are free to add any item you wish. Moreover, when you do so your fiends will be notified about the addition and can “reserve” it. That functions means other people will know that such a gift has already been marked and that they should not buy it as well. You (as the owner of the Wishblog) do not see what has been reserved – only the other users do. That is a good thing indeed – after all, half the charm of receiving a gift lies in being surprised, doesn’t it? And you can always mark items you had listed previously as “Already Got It!” in order to avoid embarrassments and smarmy smiles.

2giv.eU In Their Own Words

“2giv.eU is for you if you are tired of unwanted presents and if you are lost whenever you need to find gift for your friends. WishBlog is a place where, from time to time, you write down your wishes. At the same time these nice wish-memories serve as a hint for your friends whenever they want to give you a present.”

Why 2giv.eU It Might Be A Killer

It makes the whole process of giving and receiving gifts a foolproof one.

Some Questions About 2giv.eU

In which languages is the site available to begin with? Will others be added? 2giv.eU

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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