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no gifts, please...

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Does "no gifts, please" really mean no gifts?

Two of my very best friends have been together for 10 years and are having a commitment ceremony/celebration next weekend. They've rented a beach house on Cape Cod and are having the ceremony on the beach Friday evening. I'd say there will be about 40 people (it's just friends--most of us in our 20's and 30's). The invitation says "no gifts, please". Should I or should I not get them a gift?
Also, on Saturday night there is a birthday celebration because one of them is turning 30. Can I get a gift for her for her birthday?
Thank you!
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No gifts should mean no gifts...

Unless you are going to Ben Stiller's birthday party-
please view Curb Your Enthusiasm season 4, episode 32 (Ben's Birthday Party).
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