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#1 Dec 25 2012 at 7:46 PM Rating: Good
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Best item for Chrimbus? Feel like bragging and lording over the rest of us all the amazing gifts you got and want to make us jealous? Feel free to share them here, twat.

Don't celebrate Christmas? Too bad, go whine somewhere else (unless you celebrate Hanukah and then tell us what you got for that instead).

Here's the best gift I gave this year. So proud of myself on this. Only thing is that it won't come until mid January. I already warned the recipient of the delay on their final gift. She's going to sh*t herself when she gets it.

Best gift received? Easily this Onion magnet which I'm putting in my cube at work tomorrow.

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I received a new car stereo which is pretty nifty. Although it may be old hat to many of you, I've always just ran with the stock radio in my cars so being able to load up a little 16GB USB stick with music and plug it into my stereo is good times for me. Beats fiddling with my MP3 player.

Copy of The Onion's Book of Known Knowledge and Stephen Colbert's America Again: Re-Becoming The Greatness We Never Weren't. The Onion one was especially nice since I haven't seen a new Onion book out for a while. I miss the annual compilations they used to do.

$25 at the Google Play store. $50 at Tiger Direct and assorted clothing items.

Big gifts for the rest of the family included a quartz and diamond ring that Flea saw at the store and said "I'm going to walk over here now and if someone wanted to put this on hold..." and the 13 year old kid got an Android tablet. Two year old child got the usual stuff you'd expect a two year old kid to get.
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Two year old child got the usual stuff you'd expect a two year old kid to get.


Hookers and Blow?
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Two year old child got the usual stuff you'd expect a two year old kid to get.


Hookers and Blow?


That was last year. I imagine a pony was likely this year.
#5 Dec 25 2012 at 10:23 PM Rating: Good
I got:
Some booze. (Vodkas)
A shirt I won't be able to ear for a while, cuz I need to lose like over 100lbs to even maybe look at it (happens every year, and I don't know why. It ends in an argument too, but my mother buys me clothing I can not fit into due to them being 2-3 sizes to small)
Another shirt that is heavy duty. Not sure where I'd wear it, but I would not need to wear a coat with it.
Some chips that are suppose to look like Voodoo dolls, not sure if they do. Yet to open them.
Some "hot" sauces/dips.
A Chinese calendar from a place we like to order from lol.
Some socks, that I will wear at work.
Super Street Fight 4 Arcade version for ps3.
D3 (Dream Drop Distance, Kingdom Heart game) for 3DS.
Some arty things to paint.
A Child's spelunking helm
a Yoda stocking hat
The Dark Knight trilogy, bluray versions. Was a walmart deal.
A knife my grandmother said was my grandfather's (so if it was, it is like old. But it is in a case... I don't know.)
And some money.

So really a bunch of junk and 3 things I actually asked for.

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My haul:
  • A mild case of food poisoning from contaminated dried fruit of all things
  • Two $50 gift cards to stores I shop at
  • MSI HD Radeon 7770
  • Random trinkets
  • Various charity donations as done by friends, as I myself did for them (mine was APOPO HeroRats.)


Got about what I spent, aside from the blanket donation for friends to APOPO, so I'm pleased with my haul.
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#7 Dec 25 2012 at 10:29 PM Rating: Good
New gloves, a swanky set of dominoes, a new piercing for my NSFW area... (the jewelry is new I mean), and I didn't have to make supper! It was a good Christmas.
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My roommates and I haven't exchanged gifts yet, but I'm certain they both got me anime, since I recognize the logo on two of the boxes and I know what they were getting each other, which wouldn't come from that site. From my family, I got the following:

Birthday
-A new sweater
-A book
-A set of Pathfinder pawns

Christmas
-Summer Wars on Blu-Ray
-Spice and Wolf Season 2 Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack
-a new work shirt
-a Sacred Blacksmith wall scroll

Edit: My roommates got me blind box deals. Both results were pretty cool, however one was Spice and Wolf Seasons 1 and 2 Blu-Ray DVD(I already own both seasons). The other was episodes 27-52 of Soul Eater, which, while cool, still means now I need episodes 1-26. Somehow, I knew that one of those two boxes they ordered would be one of the animes I'd already gotten this year. Smiley: laugh

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Lets see, I got some nice hand blown blue drinking glasses for my kitchen, the traditional "hardest puzzle ever" puzzle, some christmas ornaments, green papery things, A new Spektrum DX8 radio transmitter for the helicopter fleet and a home depot gift card. This is the first christmas ever I didn't get any books or book gift cards. Also a new Knee brace to support the patella I apperently fractured due to a particularily annoying incident involving a wheelchair and a ramp with a 30% slope that I was assisting with.

I may have also bought myself a bunch of toys to improve my media PC, including a ceton 4 tuner Mcard digital interface card.
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My daughter got me a set of Lego's, is a cool ghost train, sadly this will just end up making me want to finish another collection. Wife got me a few games, a couple shirts, a pair of sneakers, an iPhone to replace my crappy one and new tires for my Vrod which I had planned on replacing in the spring.

Wife got another pocketbook, I thought the like 10 overpriced ones she already had was enough, apparently I was wrong. She got a couple of Pandora charms from the kids.

The older brat got a long board and another deck for boarding, he keeps breaking them, Some new trucks/bearings/wheels to go along with it, Sneakers a few games and we got him an iPhone as well.

My daughter made out like a bandit though, I told my mother she wanted a "biddy baby" to go along with her AG doll, She ended up getting her twins. A ton of clothing for her AG dolls and highchairs for the "baby's, Some clothing for herself, ton of "monster high" crap. An iPad mini of her own, A few sets of these newer "girl" Lego's, A damn furby and a bunch of stuff I don't even remember buying.

The dog got a bone and the birds got a new playtoy.
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A bunch of cash that I'll be using to pay down some bills, a couple shirts, and some gift cards I'll use to buy a laptop.
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I bought myself Skyrim.
Parents got me golfballs and some warm fuzzy socks. Smiley: inlove
In-laws sent some money which the wife wants to put to a new laptop.

It's the kids that really had a ball though. Remembering how much fun Christmas used to be back then. We still have things they haven't unwrapped. Not that they got crazy amounts of stuff, but you can't get something new without spending an hour playing with it. Only then can you go back to the tree. Smiley: lol

Big hits included: an Innotab, Etch-a-stetch, Barbie car, and a ball shooting elephant. Elephant is pure win as far as the littlest one is concerned. Happy squeals. Smiley: grin
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#13 Dec 26 2012 at 12:26 PM Rating: Excellent
I got a bunch of dress shirts
A assortment of nuts from a exchange
Dominion (game)
A variety of fun gourmet foods.
Part of a new sound system. (I get money from one side)
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Best stuff I got this year:
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Lego Pirates (sold mine last year to buy my brother his gift)
Arkham City fo the WiiU
Gift cards to fast food joints
Some cash.
Paula Dean 23 peice kitchen set. We needed this pretty badly and a toaster.

My girl made out pretty well. Top of her list was all the Harry Potter movies and Mario Bros U.
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The Muppet Movie
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#17 Dec 27 2012 at 8:51 AM Rating: Good
Went shopping yesterday, so my list is now longer and with more "stuff" I needed >.>
-I bought Adventure Time game for my 3DS.
-Bought some CDs (La Roux and Deadmau5)
-Bought a Razer Nostromo
-Bought a Wii U and Super Mario to go with it (this wasn't xmas money...but I bought it yesterday when I found a place selling the black ones).
-And I bought one of these. The yellow one to be exact (it is funny cuz i have dark brown hair). It is freaking awesome. I wore it almost all day (took it off inside stores to not "scare" people... but the ones who saw me in it seemed to dig it). Now I have this major urge to learn to knit >.> so I can make "better" ones :D

Yea I spent a lot of money yesterday :o
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Jose Bautista Jersey to wear to all my Blue jays games =D
Socks and long underwear (good timing we just got sh*t on with snow)
Pre-Order of GTA5
Tim Hortons gift Cards (like 3-4 of them)
some Cash, candies and other random things...

oh and a Galileo Thermometer and Storm Glass (which is actually quite cool)

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Coffee cup and a caramilk bar from my son, a bottle of wine from a friend, a bottle of foaming strawberry shortcake hand soap (inside joke) from another friend. Wife and I got a Tfal Acti-fry from my mother.

Kids made out like bandits per usual. Got a couple little things for the alien that's about to burst out of my wife's chest too.
#20 Dec 27 2012 at 11:20 AM Rating: Good
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  • A French press which I'm just about to go try out
  • Couple of Visa gift cards which I used to get a nice new pair of running shoes
  • A bottle of Arrogant Bastard
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    Friend got back from GA today and gave me 10 pool noodles, 2 10' bamboo poles 3/4 inch and garbage bag full of duct tape, electrical tape and cloth tape. This is just under getting my video games.
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    Thing I'm most excited about is my purple furby. Yes, I am a 29 year old woman and I'm tickled to death that I got a furby for Christmas from my mom. =x I also got a pretty cool looking ball puzzle thing from my aunt, a very nice locket from my step-dad along with $30 worth of iTunes gift cards, a bottle of wine, a set of speakers for my ipod (which I also intend on using with my netbook), and various other nick-knacks.

    I got my boyfriend the most amazing cologne ever, Axe Labs (it has smexy pheromones in it). Still waiting for him to send me my present.
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    Friend got back from GA today and gave me 10 pool noodles, 2 10' bamboo poles 3/4 inch and garbage bag full of duct tape, electrical tape and cloth tape.

    This is a sex thing, right? Smiley: um
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    Friend got back from GA today and gave me 10 pool noodles, 2 10' bamboo poles 3/4 inch and garbage bag full of duct tape, electrical tape and cloth tape.

    This is a sex thing, right? Smiley: um


    I larp. Sex toys include chains, knives and a tazer.
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    I received my visa to Japan. Moving to Tokyo January 7th. :D
    So I didn't get any presents because I have no luggage space. But my parents are giving me money for holiday in San Diego. I'll be flying down from Seattle tomorrow.

    A good Christmas this year. Can't wait to get home to Tokyo.
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    Sex toys include chains, knives and a tazer.

    Sounded kinker when I thought it involved pool noodles and bamboo poles Smiley: disappointed
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    Sounded kinker when I thought it involved pool noodles and bamboo poles Smiley: disappointed


    Not enough pain with the noodle. Bamboo has its applications though. Split the ends and tap at end of the split. Fun times. Fun times.
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    Well, December rolled around and I had experienced a wonderful Thanksgiving. I appreciate my friends and the help they give me.
    Living in a small town is not always easy or fun. I'm happy that
    nearly everyone treats me as a Woman rather than "EEEW is that
    a Man?' crap that sometimes happens. Being Transgendered sometimes
    can be hard on you and can be dangerous for your health and well-
    being. Thankfully work has settled down and after the visit with their
    lawyer and assistant head of HR. They stopped calling me names that
    I didn't need like "Sir and man."

    I had done my finances and things looked good for a nice Christmas. With an extra 400 dollars worth of overtime in the paycheck. Things
    were looking like I was going to get several people presents and such.
    I also had my Bi-Annual visit with my special doctor lined up. Finding
    any doctor these days that will deal with and help Transgendered is
    becoming harder and harder. I now drive 300 miles round trip to
    see one that specializes in T-Girls.

    The morning of my scheduled trip to my doctor my old truck died! With a pop and a sigh it stopped running the morning of my scheduled trip. Thank god my girlfriend was able to come with me and let me drive her
    car there. I had one of the local reliable repair shops pick up my truck and check it out. The news was that my Timing chain had broke along with the balancer for my Truck. (Ouch!) Now normally I could have fixed it
    by myself but I had called them to handle it because I could not leave my truck sitting in a business's parking lot for over a day. (Tow company's love to jack your truck/car) Anyways, I now had to come up with a Balancer for a 65 Pontiac engine. Not one yard in the area has any old cars these days. Thankfully I moderate another forum and It's car related and one of the other Moderators sent me one for free! (I'm very grateful for that)

    The balancer went to the shop and I caught rides to and from work as they got around to fixing my truck. You begin to appreciate that people
    can and do help others. After all my Co-Workers could have gone and said 'F that Bitch and let her walk or loose her job!" But no one did and
    several people helped me. Also, one great help was that finally I had health insurance that my Specialist would take. 25 dollars instead of 100+ for a visit was a godsend. Now my doctor has me do 2 visits 2 times a year. First is for tests. Yep they vampire lots of blood from me.
    The second is where she reads me the results. Then the Riot act about my life. "No more sugar, Exercise, Ect...." and then she renews my HRT.

    After visit #2 (My friend drove me again) I got my Meds and paid for them. The next day they called that my truck was done. I now wonder if the owner has some uncanny ability to know just how much money a person has? Because when he handed me the bill it was for exactly all the money I had left for Christmas. I paid and was a bit bummed out about it. My friend that was there with me smiled. When we got back home she said. "Do you have food for the month?" " Yes" I answered.
    "Are your bills all paid?" She asked. "Yes" I again answered. She looked at me and again smiled. "Christmas is not all about presents and gifts.
    Be thankful that you have everything covered. Everyone will understand if you can't give them presents this year. They all know about your Truck and such. " She stated.

    I thought about it and realized she was right. No one would be upset or angry if I didn't give them presents this year. I really had hoped to do so. But, work is presently trying to kill us with excess overtime. Perhaps after January first when I'm paid again I can give them all something to say thanks and I doubt any of them will be upset over getting late gifts from me.

    Have a Merry Christmas Everyone!

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    I had the same thought Bijou!
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    Friend got back from GA today and gave me 10 pool noodles, 2 10' bamboo poles 3/4 inch and garbage bag full of duct tape, electrical tape and cloth tape.

    This is a sex thing, right? Smiley: um


    I larp.

    This is an anti-sex thing, right? Smiley: um


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    We went to a hibachi grill for Christmas eve dinner with my son and his gf. I'd not been to one in at least 25 years and it was the first time either of the youngster had been to one. It was a lot of fun.

    My daughter was not home for x-mas. Smiley: frown

    My favorite gift I received was this Lawn Buddy - I feel like it should come with a lawn gnome to chauffeur me around the yard.
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    Zymunn wrote:

    I larp. Sex toys include chains, knives and a tazer.
    Is there no overlap in the two activities?

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    Not enough pain with the noodle.

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    Quote:
    This is an anti-sex thing, right?


    Try going to an event and see how true this is.

    Quote:
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    Like I said includes

    Quote:
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    Suppose you would know better than me.
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    Ha, no kidding! SCA and pirate events are practically orgies. I wouldn't be surprised if LARPing events were similar. And people think nerds never get laid...
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    #39 Dec 30 2012 at 3:58 PM Rating: Good
    Hey, some of us nerds are pretty damn hot.
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    Man, I'm late to this thread.

    I figure I'll post my loots anyways.

    Johnny Walker black label
    Assorted jumpers and cardigans
    Stormtrooper Dressing Gown(which is f*cking awesome)
    Tetris light.


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    Man, I'm late to this thread.

    I figure I'll post my loots anyways.

    Johnny Walker black label
    Assorted jumpers and cardigans
    Stormtrooper Dressing Gown(which is f*cking awesome)
    Tetris light.


    I've been working most of the holidays selling PCs and Tablets to people who have no idea what they're asking for. So. Annoying.
    What does 'assorted jumpers' mean?

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    Elinda wrote:
    Nilatai wrote:
    Man, I'm late to this thread.

    I figure I'll post my loots anyways.

    Johnny Walker black label
    Assorted jumpers and cardigans
    Stormtrooper Dressing Gown(which is f*cking awesome)
    Tetris light.


    I've been working most of the holidays selling PCs and Tablets to people who have no idea what they're asking for. So. Annoying.
    What does 'assorted jumpers' mean?



    Random jackets.
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    Jophiel wrote:
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    Jumpers

    Haha, Joph's olde!

    Edited, Jan 2nd 2013 2:34pm by Jophiel

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    #47 Jan 02 2013 at 2:53 PM Rating: Good
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    Also I thought they were these.
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    #48 Jan 02 2013 at 7:41 PM Rating: Decent
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    For me (and my brother, and my nephew) it was also a birthday thing, so got a couple movies, a few gift certificates, and a few items of clothes. Pretty much the usual. Although my mom got me a pretty nice carving knife. So clearly I need to cook more stuff that requires carving. Also, this year Christmas was at the flaky sisters house (famous for arriving 2 hours late one year with an uncooked lamb, and the time she made tofu pie instead of pumpkin, and the time she went on a "no sugar" kick and made some kind of berry-based pie that was completely inedible, the time she cleared the already made and waiting for her to arrive for an hour or so table to have room to make the salad she'd brought, etc, etc, etc...). I knew things were going to go slow when I called saying I'd be late (was supposed to be there at 3, which is already a bit late), and she said that others wouldn't be arriving until like 4:30. Then around 4:15 (still being the only person there), interrupted her clearing the mass of stuff off the dining room table to ask "aren't you cooking a ham?".

    Ah yes. Good times!

    For me though, this years fun was less about what I got than what I gave. Got all the info and mass of paperwork done just in time for Christmas, and was able to open up college funds for my nieces, nephews, and goddaughter. Spent about half the money I got back from the IRS and felt great doing it. It's not a huge amount in the grand scheme of things, but every bit helps.
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    #49 Jan 02 2013 at 8:09 PM Rating: Good
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    Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
    Jophiel wrote:
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    What does 'assorted jumpers' mean?

    Jumpers

    Haha, Joph's olde!

    Edited, Jan 2nd 2013 2:34pm by Jophiel


    I even posted in that thread....Smiley: tongue


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    #50 Jan 02 2013 at 9:01 PM Rating: Excellent
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    This year, we all mainly focused on making sure we had a great feast doe the holidays, so we piled most of our cash into top notch food, wine and beer. The centrepiece was a turkey-goose-pheasant three bird roast, interspersed with succulent pork stuffing.

    My own haul was cool: some tools, board games, and cash. I also got a really neat Shenmue hoodie: http://www.insertcoinclothing.com/hoodies/hazuki-tiger.html
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    #51 Jan 03 2013 at 7:32 AM Rating: Good
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    Gazimoff wrote:

    I also got a really neat Shenmue hoodie: http://www.insertcoinclothing.com/hoodies/hazuki-tiger.html
    Jumper?


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