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Not long left to go until Christmas! What is on everyones list?

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So far:

1. Xbox 360 Pro ($300)
2. iPod Touch 16GB Refurbished ($239)
3. Bose Companion 2 Series II ($99)
4. Western 160GB External Hard Drive (black) ($129)
5. Kyosho F40 Lightweight Red 1:18 ($100)
6. Ferrari F50 1:18 Hotwheels Elite ($75-100)
7. Skull Candy “Skull Crushers” Headphones ($90)
8. Macbook Ram (2x2GB) ($80)
9. PS3 40GB


My parents normally ask us for a list of 10-20 things that we want and among those they pick something. Nothing on the list can be over $400. This year I see me getting the 16GB iPod Touch and the Bose companion.
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Man I wish my parents would spend that much on me!
I imagine I'll be getting some money off the debt that I owe my parents for this iMac sitting in front of me
I'd love a nice watch though actually...

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1) New Xbox 360 (since mine is dead)
2) PS3
3) DS
4) PSP
5) Some Books
6) A few DVD's

1-4 will be covered by me though, as I need them for work. Still hoping to get some Christmas specials on them.

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Some time with my family and friends and a nice meal together.

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Some time with my family and friends and a nice meal together.
Exactly. My family is giving up the presents this year. We are going to spend the day playing board games and eating food together. I could ask for nothing more

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I'd love a nice watch though actually...


I got one of those last year, my dad is the guy who takes care of that. That was all I told my parents I wanted. I love my Citizen Watch :-)

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i think i just bought my gift today. little big planet for the PS3.

maybe if we get lucky and run into some money my wife will get me fallout 3.

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I am happy that I will be getting my Macbook come through the door soon - That will do me nicely this year. Oh and the ipod ofcourse.

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My parents normally ask us for a list of 10-20 things that we want and among those they pick something. Nothing on the list can be over $400. This year I see me getting the 16GB iPod Touch and the Bose companion.
Well, my mum being 80 years old, I'll probably get some nice new socks

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Well, my mum being 80 years old, I'll probably get some nice new socks

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Well my Santa this year is my girlfriend. And she already told me a few options of what she might get me. Nintendo DS, Shoulder Bag for the macbook, A few Hats and Sunglasses (im a fanatic for sunglasses and hats) new lense for my Camera.
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Not sure what we are doing for Christmas or what I want. When our family gets together for Thanksgiving we make a list of 5 things with our names on it. Then everyone draws one of the list and there we have it, Secret Santa is tons of fun.

I think I might wish list the number one thing I really need for school which would be a medium output printer. That way I can save 300 bucks and get a PS3.

Number two on the list is probably an Apple Cinema Display, or I can even live with another Samsung 22"-24" LCD monitor. Also in the 400 dollar range. >_<"

Number three gift cards to Target, Urban Outfitters , and or Best Buy.

I have to give the last two some thought.
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I will be picking up a new MBP for a Christmas Present to myself.
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SantaMe got me this new Macbook, so I'm going to go with the "a nice family christmas" option as well
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