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#1 Dec 21 2011 at 9:09 AM Rating: Excellent
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Are you getting coal or candy in your stocking this year? What's on your list? Do you know of anything you're definitely getting? How about giving? Did you score something awesome for someone?

While it wasnt on my list, I know Im getting a Kindle Fire. We bought the boys one for their Santa gift and found out too late it doesn't come with parental controls (not good when it's hooked up to Amazon and you can one click purchase items. Soren already purchased a $60 Star Wars book we had to quickly cancel on Sick's Ipad). We got them the Nook tablet instead and I was ready to return the Fire when the husband showed me all the cool stuff it can do. So now I'll get to read books and not have to fight the kids for a turn with the tv when I want to watch hulu.

My favorite thing though is what I got Sick. I'm like a freaking kid souped up on sugar, waiting to see his face. he is a huge game of Thrones addict, but we dont have cable so we had to find grainy, crappy vids of the series online when it came out. His biggest wish was DVDs of season 1. Sadly, they dont come out until March. But a friend of mine and her husband had them all recorded, and helped me burn them to DVDs. They even made these awesome DVD labels that look really good. come Christmas day I foresee us having a GoT marathon with a really happy husband.
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#2 Dec 21 2011 at 9:15 AM Rating: Excellent
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I got my wife a diamond necklace that she's yet to find, since I pulled some strings and have it hidden in an armory. Which reminds me that I should probably get it out tomorrow.
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Me and my girlfriend are buying each other video games and sex toys.

I think we have this whole "Serious relationship" thing figured out.
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I don't have a list, have no expectations, though Elne did say she obtained my present back in October. I believe it was a fairycon weekend.

I wouldn't mind a new pair of warm slippers, but will wait until the after holidays sales.

My big day will be the 28th when I take the grandkids to the B&O Railroad Museum.
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For Christmas, I got a huge reward from the RIAA for turning in some Game of Thrones pirates! Smiley: grin
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For Christmas, I got a huge reward from the RIAA for turning in some Game of Thrones pirates! Smiley: grin


A Justin Bieber album collection, and some tickets to her next concert?
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I'm pretty sure I'm getting coal.
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I got my wife a diamond necklace that she's yet to find, since I pulled some strings and have it hidden in an armory. Which reminds me that I should probably get it out tomorrow.


I Smiley: loled.


No clue what I'm getting this year, but I hope no one goes overboard on me. The siblings and I forced my parents to agree to take it easy this year, though, and I'm hoping they stick to that. We're pretty much all broke, which means gifts are fairly limited across the board.

I'm pretty much emptying what's left of my bank account with January's rent check, so I had a pretty strict budget on gifts. But Etsy let me find some pretty cool presents cheaply--some prints and a vintage pendant. Was able to use an old Barnes and Noble gift card to expand my budget further.
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Me and my girlfriend are buying each other video games and sex toys.

I think we have this whole "Serious relationship" thing figured out.


Even if you don't I'd stick with what you got, doesn't sound all bad.

As for myself I've been promised my first decent computer in 8+ years. I'm positively giddy. Smiley: grin
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Tarub wrote:
Me and my girlfriend are buying each other video games and sex toys.

I think we have this whole "Serious relationship" thing figured out.


Those are good combos for serious relationships. The Mr. and I have been together for 15 years now Smiley: sly

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Smiley: lol Now I know who to make my one and only jail phonecall to.
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Wife and I got our presents for ourselves last month. She wanted a Blu-Ray player, and I said that Blu-ray is useless on a standard TV, so I got an HD TV. Thom is getting a Leapfrog Leapster video game.
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I'm actually getting a Kindle Fire as well. It's the present that I accidentally spoiled for myself the other day. I'm pretty excited for it though, as I've got 1.5 hours of commute by train that could really use filling. Also, the first thing I'm going to do with it is bypass the stupid "Amazon-curated apps only" bit. What a dumb notion.

I actually know most of the rest of my gifts too, since the fiance was way late on buying them, panicked, and just asked me to pick stuff out. Mostly clothes from Guess.

Supposedly there's one big surprise present, but she doesn't know if it's arriving in time. Hmm.

I got her some clothes, the 1st and 2nd sets of Rosetta Stone for German, and a Companion Cube plushie.
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Wait wait wait. The Kindle Fire runs Hulu? For that alone, I'd bug Ray for that.

I know that Ray's gotten me some Hello Kitty stuff and clothing. He got his gift early in the form of the Collector's Edition of Skyrim, but he's getting a new keyboard for the PS3.
#15 Dec 21 2011 at 12:21 PM Rating: Good
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I already received both my presents, my wife and I are terrible at this sort of thing. I got a nice license plate holder for my car, Steelers of course and I also got a steelers beanie. My wife I gave her a brand new body pillow with some fancy case thing that's made of some soft fabric.

We're not much for gift giving by any means so we try to keep it relatively low cost. Besides, she got a Kindle for her birthday back in November.
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lolgaxe wrote:
I got my wife a diamond necklace that she's yet to find, since I pulled some strings and have it hidden in an armory. Which reminds me that I should probably get it out tomorrow.


My dad got my mom a pair of diamond earrings one year, and told her for weeks that she was getting coal. It was sort of true!

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My husband whines about his crappy windshield wipers all the time. I think it's mostly a case of his eyes aging. Still, I bought him these Bosch and Lomb ICON Wipers. Storm Chasers use them. Smiley: grin

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No idea what I'm getting. Smiley: frown

Got my husband one of the MP3 walkmans since I got one for myself a few months ago and he was jealous. Also got him a bookmark timer, so I can have my cooking egg timer back.
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No idea what I'm getting. Smiley: frown

Got my husband one of the MP3 walkmans since I got one for myself a few months ago and he was jealous. Also got him a bookmark timer, so I can have my cooking egg timer back.

Do you really time your eggs?
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I got my wife a diamond necklace that she's yet to find, since I pulled some strings and have it hidden in an armory. Which reminds me that I should probably get it out tomorrow.


My dad got my mom a pair of diamond earrings one year, and told her for weeks that she was getting coal. It was sort of true!



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I'm more amused by the term "MP3 walkmans"

"I got me one of them new-fangled analytical engine phonographs all the children are using these days..."
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I'm more amused by the term "MP3 walkmans"

"I got me one of them new-fangled analytical engine phonographs all the children are using these days..."


Maybe she objects to using the term "iPad" on religious grounds.


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Is it wrong that my planned "big gift" for myself this year is one of those over-the-stove hood/microwaves? Got a semi-remodel of the kitchen done this summer (just cabinets and countertops), and realized that if I installed one of those puppies, I could actually create some extra counter space. Sadly, I'm actually excited about the idea. It's that or a tuner for my car. Hmmm.... Or maybe both?
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What-ho, colonials.

The future-ex Mrs Nobby has a few bijou prezzies to open on Kwanzanukah morning, but surprises is surprises, right readers?

Early prezzie to myself is the pug-ugly Honda 500 twin I've wanted since before Moses' balls dropped.

Anywho. Golf Foxtrot Yankee, peace out and all that.

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Is it wrong that my planned "big gift" for myself this year is one of those over-the-stove hood/microwaves? Got a semi-remodel of the kitchen done this summer (just cabinets and countertops), and realized that if I installed one of those puppies, I could actually create some extra counter space. Sadly, I'm actually excited about the idea. It's that or a tuner for my car. Hmmm.... Or maybe both?


I vote the microwave. Counterspace is one of those things where you can make do when it's limited, but don't understand how you ever lived with less once you have more.
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'bout time you showed your nobby ass in here, Nobs. I was thinking of calling Scotland yard telling them Eric Clapton was missing.
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#28 Dec 21 2011 at 3:48 PM Rating: Excellent
I'm very tempted to replace my microwave with a larger microwave/convection oven unit, and replace my ailing stove with a standalone range sitting on top of new storage space where the oven used to be.
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Is it wrong that my planned "big gift" for myself this year is one of those over-the-stove hood/microwaves? Got a semi-remodel of the kitchen done this summer (just cabinets and countertops), and realized that if I installed one of those puppies, I could actually create some extra counter space. Sadly, I'm actually excited about the idea. It's that or a tuner for my car. Hmmm.... Or maybe both?


I vote the microwave. Counterspace is one of those things where you can make do when it's limited, but don't understand how you ever lived with less once you have more.


Yeah. My kitchen is a small galley type deal, and counter space is scarce. The old cabinets had one of those pull out cutting boards, but the new ones don't. I no longer have the problem of getting my stuff on the board only to realize that my favorite chopping knife is in the drawer directly under the board, but now I have to find a space to put the cutting board. And the cabinets over/around the stove are exactly shaped for putting a microwave there, so it should be easy to install. So that's my plan.
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I want a countertop microwave. Maybe I'll hit the aftermath sales.

And what, ho! Nobster bisque.

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I'm going to spend Christmas with the family, that's all that I really care about.

Im assuming you mean your partner and possibly kidlets. Cause no one gets happy about visiting inlaws. It's like, against the law or something
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The last couple of years I've been resisting the disgusting commercialization of the holiday. I let everyone that might be tempted to buy me something to please don't, as I won't be exchanging gifts. It makes the holiday so much easier on my checking account and my sanity.
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I'll probably buy myself a few awesome beers, not that I actually do anything for Christmas other than go out to dinner with family but it's a good excuse.
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I have no idea of what I'm getting from Jonwin. Coal would do if I had a place to burn it.

His present has stayed hidden since Faerie Con, and I actually been able to keep it secret. I'm not usually very good at keeping presents hidden for long.

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I have no idea of what I'm getting from Jonwin. Coal would do if I had a place to burn it.

His present has stayed hidden since Faerie Con, and I actually been able to keep it secret. I'm not usually very good at keeping presents hidden for long.



Oh! What is it? We wont tell! Smiley: clown
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I'm getting coal this year. Same as every year.
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Im assuming you mean your partner and possibly kidlets. Cause no one gets happy about visiting inlaws. It's like, against the law or something


Nah, I'm single. My folks, brothers, sister, nephews, nieces. Good people & good food FTW.
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"I got me one of them new-fangled analytical engine phonographs all the children are using these days..."


Maybe she objects to using the term "iPad" on religious grounds.




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Huh, now I want a set. My iPod is pretty awkward when it comes to jogging, though I've gotten used to it. The 2gbs will probably annoy the hell out of me, though. Decisions decisions.

I still wouldn't call it a @#%^ing walkman like an old man, though.
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I can't believe Sony still calls them that. The connotations are not great for sales.
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The 2 gigs isn't bad if you are like me and listen to podcasts weekly. I get about a gig of fresh music each week from livesets.us, download them, drop them into my walkman, and have brand new fun music every week without any copyright violations.
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but now I have to find a space to put the cutting board. And the cabinets over/around the stove are exactly shaped for putting a microwave there, so it should be easy to install. So that's my plan.

If you have the available space between the below cabinets and the counter top, you could cut out a slot for a pull out cutting board. I made one myself and it's a godsend. I don't know you can get used to not having a pullout anymore.
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At least one of my presents(one wrapped in Bday paper) looks a lot like a DVD or video game. No guesses on what else I'll get, though I did create a fairly detailed . As far as gifts I'm excited to give, well, my sisters, my brother-in-law and I have pooled our funds to buy our parents a 42" TV and stand. They've been wanting a new TV since before last Christmas, so I can't wait to see the look on their faces.
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I have no idea what I'm getting, but Mr. Tare is getting a nice hoodie, new PS game (Dead Island?) and the Wine Stein since he's now into drinking wine.
The kids are getting a trampoline and loads of other space consuming crap.

And my gift to all of you is this brief return to the Assylum. Yay!
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I'm enjoying my Christmass presants I bought myself. Bought all of the Pretty face manga. All but volume 3 of Milk Tea manga. I bought #1-7 of Hayate the combat butler Anime. Kampfer, Maria Holic, Otoboku, Tora dora, kashimashi anime series. Amazon was great for getting good prices on things.
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That stein is hilarious.


I know one if my friends got it for my other friend whose last name is "Weinstein". Smiley: tongue
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We're traveling this Christmas so we've already given most of our family gifts rather than lug them back and forth from a hotel room on the east coast. I received snazzy new slippers, a game, a book, jumper cables and an ice brush for the car. Flea got some perfume and we're getting a favorite bracelet repaired (lost a pearl) plus a gift card to one of her craft store hangouts. Joph Jr. got a PS3 with a handful of games and is getting an Aperture Science t-shirt on Christmas for something to open since it'll travel light. Joph v3.0 gets new toys on a regular basis and doesn't comprehend Christmas anyway. We're mainly saving for a new play set for him this spring when the weather is warm and he's exploring the wild backyard.
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The future-ex Mrs Nobby has a few bijou prezzies to open on Kwanzanukah morning, but surprises is surprises, right readers?


Were you naughty or nice??

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