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Old 11-24-2005, 06:14 PM   #1
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Tha best present EVER!

Its nearly christmas!

Im 21 now so the festive season has lost most of its appeal, it is so great when you are young but when you get older you realise that xmas has just lost most of its meaning and its all about the presents.
The worst thing about it is the expence!
Is it me or does it get more expensive each year, I think it is a combination of peoples expectations of how much a gift should cost without you being 'tight' and stores hammering on the cost because of the season.

Anyway back to the point, what would be your ideal xmas gift this year?
Just fantasy no matter the cost....

Mine would be a home of my own (I cannot afford to get on the housing market house prices have gone ridiculous, practically impossible for most first time buyers to get onto the property ladder, unless you want to live in a very undesirible area.)
That or a nintendog!
Have you seen them? They are SO cute, I havnt bought one because I know the novelty will wear off and it would become tedious.

if wishes were fishes....
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Old 11-24-2005, 06:27 PM   #2
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let me think... the new lexus is350 would be a good start.

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Old 11-24-2005, 08:14 PM   #3
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Lets see... How about the latest and greatest electronics? Huge TV, super fast computer with cable access, stereo, $4000 digital camera... Nah. I'd go for a 100-gallon salt tank with all the trimmings and stock.
a small zoo is cool!
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Just a 75 gallon tank with Jack Dempseys and a few Clown loaches. I would be happy.
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Old 11-24-2005, 09:31 PM   #5
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That is what I want, a coin operated boy, made of plastic and elastic, he is rugged and long lasting, who could ever ever ask for more, love without complications galore, Many shapes and weights to choose from, I will never leave my bedroom, I will never cry at night again, wrap my arms around him and pretend-----Dresden Dolls

A coin operated boy sounds great.
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The new Range Rover Sport and a Ruger P95C. lol
For Sale: Brand New Filstar XP3. In Box w/extra Media. $80 obo shipped.
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Oh and my house to be clean. My sister makes it a mess and annoys the crap otta me.
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Rach101, I can't believe you know who the Dresdaen Dolls are that is too cool. I love them.
I would love the pink Motorola Razr phone. A 400 gallon tank would be nice. And teh KichenAid stand up mixer thing, it would make my liffe sssoooooooo much easier.
I have a dog named Daisy, she is a husky/lab cross, and an itty bitty Pitty named Maggie
Socks, the orange and white domestic short haired kitty.
A guenia pig that has yet to be named.
3 Bettas in thier own gallon in a half brandysnifter.
I have fire belly newts too.

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I think, when it comes to expense, is the older you get... the more people you have to shop for (especially when you are apart of your boyfriends families Christmas *snarf*)

I would love to get engaged this Christmas. I mean, there are several material possesions I wouldn't mind having this Christmas, but none would make me as happy as getting engaged.

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I want a 500 gallon martini glass aquarium with a 100 pound olive, including toucans with grafted piranah gills. And I want it in the middle of my livingroom!

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