DamhuisClan: Been there, done that!
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Initially, all of the wrapped gifts are placed onto a gift pile. Typically, the gifts are not labeled whom they are from, nor do they list a recipient. The first person (selected by some pre-determined method) chooses a gift from the gift pile, opens the gift for all to see, and keeps it for the time being. The next person, going counter clockwise, can either choose to take an unopened gift from the gift pile or steal a gift from any previous gift-opener. If an unopened gift is selected, the gift must be unwrapped. If at any time a person's gift is stolen, that person can immediately unwrap a new gift or steal another person's gift. This process repeats until a gift reaches "dead" status (see below) or until a person chooses to unwrap a new gift (as opposed to stealing a gift), at which point play proceeds to the next person. After all turns have been taken, the person who went first has the option of taking one more turn since this person had the disadvantage of not knowing what any of the now-opened presents were at the beginning of play. Owners of opened gifts must keep them visible for all to see and hold them up when requested.
In a variant based in parts of central New Jersey, the gift is wrapped inside-out, so that the printed part of the wrapping paper is not visible to the recipient. The back of the wrapping paper, which is typically white, is what gives the gift the term "white elephant."
A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M ------------------------- N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z
(letter above equals below, and vice versa)
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