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So, this year for Christmas I got a gaggle of well thought out gifts from friends and family. I think the greatest among them being an Arcade Stick personalized with my name and a graphic of T-Hawk beating the shit out of Dhalsim.
Then, yesterday, something strange happened.
Inside my mailbox was a priority delivery package from some game store in Kentucky I'd never heard of. Inside the package were a small card that simply said "Merry Christmas" and a mint-in-box copy of Final Fantasy Tactics for the PS1.
How does one handle a situation like this? I mean, I can't just go around asking everyone I know if they're the one that got it for me, and there are no indicators on the shipping label, packaging, or card to indicate who it's from.
It's strange all around. Has anything like this ever happened to anyone else?