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Poll From: 05/07/2013

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What's the most you have ever spent on a gift for your mom? Submitted By bSwankk, NY
$0.01-25.00.
$25.01-50.00.
$50.01-100.00.
$100.01-500.00.
More than $500.
I've never bought my mom a gift.
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Eva75
on 05/22/13
I gave my mama a small bag of fancy chocolates and my baby girls made me a heart poster, I hung it up in my bedroom wall love it
DoctorWhoCrazy
on 05/21/13
how can u never buy ur mum a gift?????????
TheChief101
on 05/16/13
gt
BaconLife
on 05/13/13
Chipped in with siblings and got my mom a cruise, with it's own concierge! Best cruise of her life!
TruthSpirit
on 05/08/13
KansasCityGirl liked this  
I gave my mom an enormous bouquet of her favorite flowers on the day she found out that my dad was cheating on her. I had a note attached to the flowers saying that they were from a secret admirer who thought she was a very beautiful woman. My mom never found out who sent them to her, but she's told me this story numerous times since then, and this was over 25 years ago. Those flowers evidently made a lasting impression on her and I'm really glad I sent them.
EloiseSwag
on 05/11/13
so sweet!
terry1905
on 05/07/13
DoctorWhoCrazy and 3 others liked this  
gave mom a pool. she loved it.
EloiseSwag
on 05/11/13
nice idea we have been meaning to get a pool maybe thats not such a bad idea :3
Herrada2012
on 05/07/13
Cool
pippi498
on 05/08/13
EloiseSwag liked this  
happy mothers day to every mother out there it must be hard taking care of us children
EloiseSwag
on 05/11/13
haha! isn't that the truth!
CoolRobin
on 05/08/13
Happy mother day to every mother
cookiemonster989
on 05/08/13
my stuff is usually $2 or $3
cookiemonster989
on 05/08/13
i MEANT TO SAY 20 OR 30
cookiemonster989
on 05/08/13
BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH
zestybenn
on 05/08/13
Eva75 liked this  
My son, at age 12, had saved his allowance for quite some time to buy a Playstation. However, when it came to Mother's Day, he went to a local store and spent every bit of it for a ring for me. Even though it was only a $60.00 ring, it is priceless and never leaves my finger (and it has been 12 years!!!).
cindy9
on 05/08/13
Eva75 and 1 others liked this  
i choose what i want to give to my mom and then my dad will pay for it with his money :)
Princessria
on 05/08/13
A complete outfit, shoes and all.
Lalhe
on 05/08/13
Gucci purse!
bellsjar
on 05/07/13
wow
mahilajerome
on 05/07/13
Interesting
FrostedFlkes
on 05/07/13
inreasting
Arietti
on 05/07/13
interesting
jbo1225
on 05/07/13
cadkins10 liked this  
money dont matter
darthyoda13
on 05/07/13
ConnieD53 and 1 others liked this  
The gift isn't what counts though am I right?
jibbeyman
on 05/07/13
cool
meme2many
on 05/07/13
my mom is deceased
Diondra
on 05/07/13
I'm so sorry :(
My mom's mom is deceased, and even though it has been 38 years( she died when my mom was 10) she stil gets really upset on days like these.
Sorry :(
katie322
on 05/07/13
0$ i HATE MY MOTHER........ SHE CAN GO TO HELL!!!!!!!!!!
potterypeddler
on 05/07/13
2 months ago!
DrRat
on 05/07/13
terry1905 liked this  
My sister is able to buy some of the most precious gifts in the world for Mom...in the past several years, she had paid for Mom to travel the world with her. Mom is the kind who doesn't like expensive presents like jewelry, etc., but she will never turn down a chance to hike to a volcano or visit Pompeii.
scratchandsniff
on 05/07/13
Sometimes I wish there was a children's day but then I remember all the fuss parents do for all the other child-centered holidays.
amisdreams
on 05/07/13
pointe4Jesus liked this  
My mom doesn't like anything that isn't a car or a house. I have a long way to go. I'm barely 18 years old.
Srirachacha
on 05/07/13
I grew up without a mom so I'm in the bottom 3%.
Carolyn63
on 05/07/13
ScottieBinyons liked this  
My mother passed away when I was 12. I made her cards, etc when she was here. Looks like there might be several of us who grew up without a mother or lost her at a young age.
ScottieBinyons
on 05/07/13
I bought my mom an ipad last christmas. It still sits, practically untouched on her desk. she doesnt know how to use and is to afraid of breaking it. it just uses the digital picture frame feature. what a waste.
redsoxmom09
on 05/07/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
So teach her how to use it. Don't let it be a waste. That was a nice gift.
Agirlygirl79
on 05/07/13
hotone77 liked this  
I buy mom hand bags
gcwireless
on 05/07/13
I have bought my mother a car before..
wiltingflower
on 05/07/13
pointe4Jesus and 1 others liked this  
i don't spend money that i don't have, i've always just made gifts
SimonisSwag43
on 05/07/13
eeyenny and 2 others liked this  
I literally cant imagine spending more than $500 on my mom, but after all, she is my mom, I guess that makes sense, for people with money.
JaskarnSidhu
on 05/07/13
Zero Dollars jkjk
HannahMWolff
on 05/07/13
I so spend 0 dollars lol I make my gifts for her
MEgotsSwagg
on 05/07/13
:/
Totanez
on 05/07/13
Batmantha liked this  
people should make this kind of hype over father's day
RougeM
on 05/07/13
TruthSpirit and 1 others liked this  
Every day is mother's day! it's hard to put a dollar amount on it.
UsernameMan
on 05/07/13
patriots7926 liked this  
complete large fish tanks are expensive so $100 - $500...
Mrskaz0815
on 05/07/13
Vivian33 liked this  
Mothers deserve one thing nice once a year :)
mrsjj26
on 05/07/13
jsaxe22 liked this  
Not for Mother's Day but for my parent's anniversary one year we got her a mother's ring and Dad a tie tack with our birthstones.
DonnaDieter
on 05/07/13
TruthSpirit and 1 others liked this  
I made a bunch of home made things for my mom, she loves the homemade gifts the best. Sometimes I would buy her something if I didn't have time to make her something. <3
cashjoe
on 05/07/13
GretchenF liked this  
Home made things are so special.
FireSpikes
on 05/07/13
With $20 a month for allowance, six other people's birthdays, mother's day, father's day, close relative's birthdays, and Christmas, I kinda can't afford more than $25 on a gift. Every now and then I'll save up a little bit for a certain person.
kirumbabrian
on 05/07/13
Wow.People never bought there mom a gift.
Crazyfury
on 05/07/13
Maybe cause their either dead or they just don't accept flowers. My mom doesn't accept much gifts. Food is enough.
justnotsure60
on 05/07/13
My mom was not by no means a great mom. I did buy her a signed painting one time. I now have it and she is in a nursing home. It is not what you get or how much you spend. God said to love as you want to be loved. It take a special person to forget and let God do the judging.
LoveMy2Dogs
on 05/07/13
1976r and 13 others liked this  
Shame on those who have never bought their mom a gift. Well except those whose Mom's are already in up in Heaven. You can purchase a card for fifty cents at Dollar General.
Crazyfury
on 05/07/13
Darxhabc liked this  
Yeah love can be priceless.
purplepuppy2
on 05/07/13
KatieKat and 1 others liked this  
When I was a kid all my money went to gifts for the woman who abused and neglected me (her name was on my bank account). Like the person below me, I regret every penny ever spent. There are many reasons to not give a gift, and I can't be shamed or guilted into acknowledging an abuser, much less wasting money on a gift. I do, however, buy my mommy friends mother's day gifts.
Fuzzy06460
on 05/07/13
My mother was a bit of a hoarder. She grew up during the depression and saved everything in case "someone might need it someday"! During the last years of her life she begged everyone to TAKE something out of her house instead of bringing anything in!
Ilovesparky13
on 05/07/13
TruthSpirit and 7 others liked this  
personally i think making a gift is much better and meaningful than a stupid 50 cent card.
BambiBabi
on 05/07/13
Jenniferocks liked this  
maybe people can't afford it think about that it's reeeeally mean to judge people! My friend's boyfriend commited suicide yesterday because people wouldn't stop judging him.
maryspost
on 05/07/13
successfulwoman and 3 others liked this  
judge not, maybe they never met their mom, or their mom abandoned them, etc.........rude
allwithonehand22
on 05/07/13
yeah!
laciejay
on 05/07/13
TruthSpirit and 11 others liked this  
Some mother's don't require material things from their children to be happy. My kids give me hugs and kisses. That is and will always be more than enough for me.
ldragon1
on 05/07/13
1976r liked this  
I agree
KatieKat
on 05/07/13
successfulwoman and 11 others liked this  
My mother abused me. I regret every gift I ever purchased for her. Your shame is wasted on me, I've been shamed by my own mother since the day I was born, the shaming of a stranger on the Internet has no effect.
ToniMonmon::2013-05-".."+
on 05/07/13
ermmm... abused?
KatieKat
on 05/07/13
successfulwoman and 3 others liked this  
Yes, Abused. Are you one of those people who don't believe child abuse happens?
CasaDega
on 05/07/13
successfulwoman and 3 others liked this  
So sorry to hear that :( I'm sure you have/will have plenty of other people in life who value you.
BambiBabi
on 05/07/13
1976r liked this  
Awwwwe! poor bebe! I'm sorry! :( Are you ok?
Abbyka
on 05/07/13
Jenniferocks and 3 others liked this  
I think cards are the laziest thing to give anyone. I'd rather go out to lunch with my mom if I lived closer but I don't.
tigersmoondiva
on 05/07/13
Batmantha and 8 others liked this  
You speak of heaven then you start judging.
CasaDega
on 05/07/13
successfulwoman and 28 others liked this  
There are many reasons for not buying gifts. Look at some of the responses before you judge. A gift does not equal love.
oct01dec
on 05/07/13
recognition equals love, and when you think of everything that you mother has done for you, especially if you have kids and now see it, they deserve a gift!
oct01dec
on 05/07/13
ssg7 liked this  
and btw i have to add my mom was awful, but i still recognize her with something just to say thanks for having me, i just give my grandmother who actually raised me an actual gift that required time and thought.
Kyaura
on 05/07/13
DevoidKiss liked this  
Never bought a gift, always homemade! :)
rebecca1173
on 05/07/13
That is very sweet and thoughtful to make Mom a gift. :) so how much did you spend on materials to make it?
Kyaura
on 05/07/13
I usually drew her a picture, so I just used paper and the pencils/drawing materials I already had. Sometimes I upcycled old materials into new crafts if I was feeling especially creative.
RedPyramidHead
on 05/07/13
My mother doesn't appreciate anything so I would never waste my money
rebecca1173
on 05/07/13
purplepuppy2 and 4 others liked this  
Why do people have to critisize each other over a swagbuch poll for one whole point? Just let people answer the questions ans make their comments if they want and LEAVE THEM ALONE!
frankieblue1234
on 05/07/13
thats pretty sad!
JMichelle81
on 05/07/13
I only ever bought my mother a gift from the school Christmas 'shop' or made her cards...she wasn't a huge part of my life. I have spent around $50 on joint presents for my parents, but never more than a card for my stepmom on Mother's Day or her Birthday...they don't get me anything either. No malice intended, it's just not something we do anymore. I send my Grandma a card or just call her on Mother's Day and her Birthday, and she usually gets a small gift of some sort for Christmas. Nobody in my immediate family really cares how much you spend on presents.
mohammad52
on 05/07/13
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