Christmas List gadget lover ideas!!

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  1. eddiexhart macrumors regular

    eddiexhart

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    Time to start the list and I have no idea what to ask for.
    What is everyone asking for?:p
     
  2. HappyDude20 macrumors 68020

    HappyDude20

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    Every xmas I've always appreciated something thoughtful from someone. Times are tight this year and though i'll only admit it to the internet, this year i'm hoping for cash.
     
  3. wordoflife macrumors 604

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    Not sure what to ask for either, so I'm asking for cash.
     
  4. keen-on-mac-1 macrumors member

    keen-on-mac-1

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  5. maflynn Moderator

    maflynn

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    It all depends on the the budget and expectations.

    You can ask for a 54" HDTV if cash is not a problem.

    I think in reality thought something like a kindle may be a cool idea, an external drive for your computer. iPod touch may be an option.

    check out thinkgeek.com to get some ideas as well.
     
  6. Angel baby macrumors member

    Angel baby

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    Your family members would be surly happy to have such a nice guy at home!!

    Hope someone can give me a diamond ring, i'll say "yes, i do" to marry him :D
     
  7. nospeed411 macrumors 6502a

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    Heck I'm 36yrs old and would love anything Snoopy...:D


    Another inexpensive option for people is take note which rings or jewelry your wife no longer uses. Take the stones and have them remounted into something more current. I just had my wifes engagement ring remounted and added a whole bunch of diamonds from a necklace I got her. Kinda like getting her a new ring but only cost 200 bucks.
     

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