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Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Seda » Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:29 am UTC

I just finished making mine up, and I wanted to see what my fellow Xkcders are hoping to receive.

I'm also noticing a trend in my holiday-related threads. First it was the Scary Stories for Hallowe'en, I missed Thanksgiving, and now this.

Here's my list:
1. http://bass-guitars.musiciansfriend.com/product/GallienKrueger-Backline-112-Bass-Combo?sku=482537
2. http://www.rondomusic.com/sjb573ts.html
3. http://getmgetm.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=75200&Category_Code=jaquard_s9
4. A copy of Gears of War 2, after getting Left 4 Dead and Fallout 3 Collector's Edition, I'm left without any game-buying money.
5. Two pairs of Timberland work boots. One for casual wear, the other for carpentry and painting and other such work.

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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby lethesoda » Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:34 am UTC

1) A new Army jacket from surplus.
2) Spaced, the complete series.
3) Moolah.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby kinigget » Wed Dec 03, 2008 1:32 am UTC

Animusic 2
Firefly dvd (I still have not seen this show and it's starting to get to me.)
Red vs. Blue dvd(s)
reapers gale by Steven Erickson
Any Discworld novel I have not yet read
A new pocket knife


That's about it.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby thefiddler » Wed Dec 03, 2008 2:20 am UTC

1. Time with my Boy
2. Move out of the house
3. A new family
4. A new iPod (mine was stolen at work) :(
5. Possibly all the Pokemon games pre-DS because I'm poor and don't own one (yet). (Key word here is "yet".)
6. Books! One can never have too many books.
7. Teh monies. I'm poor.
8. Oh, yeah. A new job.

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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Seda » Wed Dec 03, 2008 2:50 am UTC

thefiddler wrote:1. Time with my Boy

4. A new iPod (mine was stolen at work) :(

5. Possibly all the Pokemon games pre-DS because I'm poor and don't own one (yet). (Key word here is "yet".)



1. Awwwww

4. That really sucks...

5. If i could, I'd send you my old old old Pokemon Red version. Complete with Level 100 Venusaur. Best pokemon I ever had...
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Postby Meowgan » Wed Dec 03, 2008 12:51 pm UTC

1. Cuddles.
2. Twin needle for my sewink machina.
3. Time to knit.
4. All the expansions for Dawn of War.
5. A release date for Starcraft 2.
6. Books.
7. Cuddles.
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Postby Shakleton » Wed Dec 03, 2008 8:41 pm UTC

Seda wrote:[blah blah blah] Venusaur. Best pokemon I ever had...

*after looking up the German name of Venusaur through google*
*Pokémon-Rant-Switch flipped. I'm sorry!*

Oh, you are one of THOSE people! Back when I was playing Pokémon Red Edition (Red > Blue btw) I hated people who picked .... (*looks up name*) Bulbasaur. That's nothing against you personally but they were always like
"oooh, I'm so smart to pick Bulbasaur because he's somewhat strong against the first arena master and very strong against the second one. And by then I'll have enough Pokémon to beat the third anyway. Puhu, I'm so smart!"
I could understand people who picked .... (*looks up name*) charmander for the "I have to train extra hard if I take it so all my other pokémons will be strong as well. That gives me good practise."-reason.

But I always, always, ALWAYS picked (*looks up name*) squirtle. I simply love (*looks up name*) Blastoise. One of my all-time favourites.

(All the names you have in English are so funny because suddenly a huge part of your childhood get's turned around because you all have different names for them. For example: "Charmander" --> "Glumanda", "Squirtle" --> "Schiggy", "Bulbasaur" --> "Bisasam", "Blastoise" --> "Turtok" and all of that. However, Pikachu still was named Pikachu.)

And concerning the whole "best pokémon" thing: I strongly disagree with you but it's a matter of taste anyway. I always had my Level 100 Raichu on first place. (Trained all the 100 Levels with not a single one of those treats that make it go level up instantly. How are they called in English? In German, they are called "Sonderbonbons" wich means "Specialcandy". I always thought if you trained a pokémon all the way yourself it would be stronger. Anybody got any scientific data on that?) Raichu was always my favourite. That's why I never finished my yellow edition. This stupid Pikachu would REFUSE to take a.... erm.... thing that makes Pikachu evolve into Raichu. Thunderstone maybe?

MY Squad in the Red edition: Raichu, Blastoise, Mewto (Replacing my dear-held Alakazam), Gengar, Pidgeot / Dragonite and Arcanine.

Well, seems like I need to find a Pokémon-Thread for all this stuff. I seem to have issues with my Pokémon-past! ^^

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Postby anonymous ding » Wed Dec 03, 2008 10:06 pm UTC

- A list of thirteen albums ranging from essential to awesome
- K&R C (just for reference, I'm only into programming a couple of months a year)
- http://www.flatlandthefilm.com
- An of Montreal t-shirt

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Postby MotorToad » Wed Dec 03, 2008 10:27 pm UTC

1) An end to xmas music.
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Postby Beacons! » Wed Dec 03, 2008 10:56 pm UTC

1) Electronic Bow for guitar
2) Britain to join the Eurozone
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Postby Peter_G » Wed Dec 03, 2008 11:11 pm UTC

Beacons! wrote:2) Britain to join the Eurozone

Why the fuck would you want that to happen?
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Postby Coin » Wed Dec 03, 2008 11:42 pm UTC

1) Socks, as per usual. You can't get enough socks.

2) Um, a better wish-list?

Seriously, I haven't had proper wishlist in years. It's usually just socks. I don't need much while at university.
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Postby ashadocat » Thu Dec 04, 2008 1:47 am UTC

1: world peace(just to show how deep I am)
2: scanner radio with trunk tracking
3: l4d
4: trans humanism (just to upstage world peace)
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Postby Flying Betty » Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:22 am UTC

To move someplace fun (top 3 places are Boston, Seattle, and Portland)
Things that will make me smile
To remember how to be happy
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Fuzzy OneThree » Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:47 am UTC

Hopefully an iPod Touch

I don't have many other requests, but the Touch is one I really want.

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Postby The_Beige_Volvo » Thu Dec 04, 2008 7:22 am UTC

1. Some hugs - no girlfriend atm [buu] :(
2. The Neutronium Alchemist by British author Peter Hamilton - I'm reading The Reality Dysfunction and it's knice. It is about 1100 pages (as are the remaining books in the trilogy), but it's good space opera that came recommended and so far doesn't disappoint. I probably couldn't get through 1100 pages of, say, Stephen Baxter, but Hamilton is v.readable, so check it out if you have (a) lots of spare time or are (b) a speed reader.

[disclaimer] I like Baxter, but found the newsreel style of Time quite choppy and it would kind of grate if I had to face a LotR-sized tome of it.

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Postby Osha » Thu Dec 04, 2008 7:45 am UTC

1. Secret 8)
2. Clothes (especially jeans)
3. DS games (anything as long as it's good, all I've had for the past year is Contra 4 and My Sims)
4. Obscure budget games (some good ones in the past were Battle Hunter, Shooter Space Shot, Chaos Control, and No One Can Stop Mr. Domino)
5. Fantasy Books (I tend to alternate between Sci-fi and fantasy)
6. Funny Hats

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Postby Hentzau » Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:15 am UTC

1)Sleep
2)Inordinate amounts of food. Stollen.
3)Dan Everett's new book.

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Postby Armadillo Al » Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:25 pm UTC

Shakleton wrote:(Trained all the 100 Levels with not a single one of those treats that make it go level up instantly. How are they called in English? In German, they are called "Sonderbonbons" wich means "Specialcandy". I always thought if you trained a pokémon all the way yourself it would be stronger. Anybody got any scientific data on that?)

Rare Candy, and I'm pretty sure you're right, actually. Of course, it's been years since I played that game, so who knows?

Oh, and don't hate me...I picked Bulbasaur, but that was because I just liked the little guy. At least, that's what my ten-years-past memories are telling me I picked him for. (Man, ten years already?)

As for Christmas presents...I dunno really. Last year I got Guitar Hero III, and the year before that was Guitar Hero II. I guess I could ask for a Wii, but 1) I'm not sure I know where the money for that would come from, and 2) I'd feel like I was wasting it since I don't really care for many of the games that have actaully come out for the system yet.
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Postby PictureSarah » Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:51 pm UTC

1) Plane ticket, or miles toward plane ticket. Boyfriend and I are about to face a 7 month-1 year long separation, and we'd like as many visits as possible.
2) Oxfords with big clunky soles, such as these - http://www.dmusastore.com/pc-2032-11-cl ... -shoe.aspx
My old ones just broke after about 8 years of frequent wearage.
3) GRE prep books.
4) Underwear
5) Perfume - Preferable either Kenzo Flower or Dior J'adore.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby dasknocker » Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:15 pm UTC

1. Someone who genuinely needs help on Christmas day, as to validate my working. Dead batteries show no favour to holidays.
2. A good skeleton watch.
3. A UM-740. [Not that I already ordered it, nooooo! :D]
4. Physics books!

PictureSarah wrote:2) Oxfords with big clunky soles, such as these - http://www.dmusastore.com/pc-2032-11-cl ... -shoe.aspx
My old ones just broke after about 8 years of frequent wearage.


Woah! Those are awesome! I've never seen shoes like that. I'd want those too if I could pull off a womanly figure.

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Postby She » Thu Dec 04, 2008 4:27 pm UTC

1: The Singularity is Near
2: Brisingr
3: New gloves that cover the arms.
4: Anything from Thinkgeek
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Postby emceng » Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:08 pm UTC

I am having a really hard time coming up with anything I want that much. I like board games, but they have been replaced by computer games because I never have company over to play a board game. Unfortunately, I don't really see any video games I want this year. I already have 2-3 shelves of books at home that I haven't read. I can't find anything I am excited about.

I have a handful of things I have asked for though:
1) Books by Brian Clevinger, the 8-bit theater guy
2) Books by the J. Rowland, the Overcompensating guy
3) A cover for my new gas grill
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Postby apokellyptic » Fri Dec 05, 2008 1:41 am UTC

ok, so i know this is about christmas lists and such, but i need to figure out something to get my boyfriend of 7 months for christmas. were 16 and i really want to get him something he will love and something that is kinda presonal. i was thinking tickets to a concert or a sports game, but i have no idea. if anyone could help with suggestions that would be great.

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Postby Seda » Fri Dec 05, 2008 1:56 am UTC

apokellyptic wrote:ok, so i know this is about christmas lists and such, but i need to figure out something to get my boyfriend of 7 months for christmas. were 16 and i really want to get him something he will love and something that is kinda presonal. i was thinking tickets to a concert or a sports game, but i have no idea. if anyone could help with suggestions that would be great.


Get him a jacob's ladder.These things are loads of fun and they're fairly cheap. I play with mine almost daily, and I figured out how to do tricks with it :D. http://www.officeplayground.com/jacobsladder.html
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Postby apokellyptic » Fri Dec 05, 2008 2:30 am UTC

yahh i was thinking of something alittle more expensive, and more like hey i love you. not hey here something for when your bored or something lol i dont know

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Postby Seda » Fri Dec 05, 2008 2:42 am UTC

apokellyptic wrote:yahh i was thinking of something alittle more expensive


Since when does money show love?
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Postby Sea Ferring » Fri Dec 05, 2008 2:45 am UTC

I finished mine today!

Batman: The Killing Joke (Graphic Novel)
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (Movie)
Sold Out: A Threevening with Kevin Smith (Movie)
The Game (Movie)
Arrested Development season 1 (T.V Series)
Wario Land: The Shake Dimension, (Game)
Lullaby by Chuck Palahniuk (Book)
Choke by Chuck Palahniuk (Book)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles (Movie)
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Postby GuitarFreak » Fri Dec 05, 2008 3:00 am UTC

I'd love a Nikon D90. Saving up for it. But I really don't want anything this christmas. My mom and I are going to see my sister in Phoenix and we're staying at a resort for a week, so that's an awesome christmas for me.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby apokellyptic » Fri Dec 05, 2008 3:07 am UTC

no im not saying that money shows love at all. im saying that a jacobs latter doesnt really show love. and please dont argue that, i just need help finding something that my boyfriend will really like because he really means alot to me. and i, thinking he will get me something alittle on the expensive side so i dont want to get him something lame or cheap.

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Postby Teapot » Fri Dec 05, 2008 3:21 am UTC

apokellyptic wrote:no im not saying that money shows love at all. im saying that a jacobs latter doesnt really show love. and please dont argue that, i just need help finding something that my boyfriend will really like because he really means alot to me. and i, thinking he will get me something alittle on the expensive side so i dont want to get him something lame or cheap.

Get him lots of little non-expensive things.

I like doing that for friends, and it's pretty much what I'm doing for Lolsaur's present this year. (He already knows. I had to text him and ask him if he liked things :lol:)

My Christmas list:

The Dark Knight on DVD
Firefly
Awesome dress from Topshop
A Lolsaur. :)


EDIT: Also a good thing to do is set a limit with your boyfriend before hand, so you know you're both going to be spending about the same, and nobody feels bad/nobody spends way more than is sensible.
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Postby ParanoidDrone » Fri Dec 05, 2008 10:14 pm UTC

This.

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Postby emceng » Fri Dec 05, 2008 11:57 pm UTC

Seda wrote:
apokellyptic wrote:ok, so i know this is about christmas lists and such, but i need to figure out something to get my boyfriend of 7 months for christmas. were 16 and i really want to get him something he will love and something that is kinda presonal. i was thinking tickets to a concert or a sports game, but i have no idea. if anyone could help with suggestions that would be great.


Get him a jacob's ladder.These things are loads of fun and they're fairly cheap. I play with mine almost daily, and I figured out how to do tricks with it :D. http://www.officeplayground.com/jacobsladder.html



That was really confusing because I immediately thought of this: Pop.

I was confused and excited about the possibility of buying something like that.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Pirate.Bondage » Sat Dec 06, 2008 1:09 am UTC

Everytime I hear "Jacob's Ladder" the same awful thing keeps coming into my mind.

Anyways, my very short list:
CD player
CDs
True crime books
Long-sleeved shirts


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Postby emceng » Sat Dec 06, 2008 2:26 am UTC

Pirate.Bondage wrote:True crime books


If you haven't read it, check out Homicide: Life on the Streets. It spawned the TV show, and is an excellent book about crime.
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Waldo » Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:35 am UTC

Mostly, I want less suckitude in my life. I want to wake up and find that there's someone who actually gives half a rat's ass about me.

As for attainable, less lame things, I want a new monitor, a graphics card, a new printer, a wireless mouse for the laptop, and a MG Gundam kit for my annual toy fix :P
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Sarr » Sat Dec 06, 2008 3:39 am UTC

In No particular order

-Warhammer Fantasy Ogre Bulls
-Eisenhorn Anthology
-Blue Oyster Cult CDs
-Moniez
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Re: Christmas Lists, anyone?

Postby Klye » Sat Dec 06, 2008 4:26 am UTC

-Short sleeve button down shirts
-A bunch of obscure CDs
-A fancy desk light for my studio
-New aerobars for my time trial bike
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