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Well, Here's One Way to Get Rid of the Junk in Your House (Kidding)

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In a simpler time, perhaps, we could get behind Happiness Brussels' Gift a Stranger anonymous all-year-round Secret Santa program—where participants pick a name and address from a map and send the stranger a present. But something about receiving anonymous boxes of unknown items in the mail sort of makes us nervous in 2010. Do you think we're too cynical?
· Gift a Stranger promotes anonymous gift giving [Mashable]