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Fueled By Fire Cornhole Board – Set of 2

Fueled By Fire Cornhole Board - Set of 2

Fueled By Fire Cornhole Board – Set of 2 Nothing else screams “it ™s a beautiful day outside” than people gathered around playing cornhole. The personalized Fueled by Fire cornhole board pays respects to the brave men and women dashing in and out of burning buildings every day to save lives. The set of 2 wooden cornhole board can be customized with a year and name, a fire house ™s number, or anything else you could imagine. Cornhole is a great gift that can be shared with dad ™s, husbands, or any friend you think you ™ll have the edge on. Each cornhole board measures 30  x 19  and 2  thick. Our cornhole boards are easily portable and are made from American birchwood and painted with a protective UV light designed to withstand the elements for years. Eight 5  x 5  bean bags are included with each American made cornhole board. Fueled by Fire design is great for firehouses or the favorite firefighter in your life Our complete cornhole set is a fun way for families to spend time together outdoors Personalize the first line and year Every cornhole board is meticulously crafted in America ™s heartland, protected with strong UV paint Eight (four of each color) 5  x 5  red and blue bean bags come with each order Measures 30  x 19 , 2  thick

Many decades have passed since Psychology studied social behaviors about the ‘acts’ of giving and exchanging gifts. Among them are the ’empathy’, put yourself in the skin of the other and feel what you are experiencing at that time. And the altruism. The act of performing the delivery in a disinterested way without more expectations than simply seeing how a certain emotion reacts and ‘lives’, the other person. This act, ‘allows to maintain and strengthen social ties and, in some way, preserves certain cultural rites’. “The act of making a gift is a social and communicative exchange inherent in all human societies, which allows a message to be transmitted to the other person without the need for words” Describe the two psychologists Carol Mayet and Karen Pine, of the University of Hertfordshire ( UK).

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