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posted by [personal profile] finny at 12:51pm on 27/11/2010
At the request of both the husband and my mother, here is a list of items I wouldn't object to suddenly appearing in my life.


Merlin season one (UK or US/CAD version)
Hetalia Axis Powers season two (with bandana)

Miscellaneous Items

Chapters giftcards
Barnes and Noble giftcards
Godiva chocolate

Kitchen Items

Artisian Series KitchenAid Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in either Boysenberry or Buttercup

Assorted kitchen utensils, in yellow or green or purple, preferably with good thick handles for ease of stirring.

Good, high-quality microwave, preferably steel/industrial.

Kitchen towels, in yellow or purple or bright colours.

Williams Sonoma giftcards

ThinkGeek Items

Plush Sushi, the 4-piece set

/dev/ blanket, binary blanket

Android Plush Robot

The Star Wars Cookbook

Labcutter Science Cookie Cutters

Good Chemistry Salt & Pepper Shakers

Periodic Table Building Blocks

Doctor Who 11th Doctor Crash 2-pack

Heroine: Marie Curie (for guys!) T-shirt, size XXL

Build Your Own Easter Island Kit

Social Interaction T-shirt, size XXXL or XXXXL

Insufficient Memory T-shirt, size XXXL

Huge Tracts of Land T-shirt, size XXL

Soylent Green is People! T-shirt, size XXXL

meep. T-shirt, size XXXL

Colour-In Periodic Table Tee T-shirt, size XXXL

Pi By Numbers Hoodie Hoodie, size XXXL

M.A.D. T-shirt, size XXXL

Fahrenheit 451 Book Cover Shirt T-shirt, size XXL

Giant Plush Microbe Bookworm plush

Ported Weighted Companion Cube Plush

Tauntaun Sleeping Bag

Star Wars Wampa Rug

Build Your Own Stonehenge Kit

Sushi Panic Japanese Game

STAR WARS bookends

Plush Wampa

Monty Python Killer Rabbit Plush

Sushi Pillows Any of them

Wizard's Workshop Wooden Puzzle Book
Music:: The radio's commercials
Mood:: 'awake' awake
location: Home, craving sushi.
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posted by [identity profile] at 08:24pm on 27/11/2010
I've been wanting one of those microbe plushies since forever. They're the most adorable things ever! While its design isn't the most exciting, I'd have to choose the Plague for myself; I have fond memories of... Developing paranoia of it since childhood and having nightmares about it with regular intervals for years. Huh. Also I liek things medieval.

So yeah. I think you've introduced me to a site where I can actually find things I like that aren't books. My parents are lucky it's too late for me to write a Christmas list...
posted by [identity profile] at 09:18pm on 27/11/2010
I love ThinkGeek. One of my favourite non-book sites. And the plushie microbes are wonderful--I've already got a yellow amoeba and a brain cell, and the husband has the common cold. We have a local store that sells a bunch of them, but they don't sell the bookworm, so I can't purchase it locally.

I tend to like medieval things, myself.
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posted by [personal profile] germankitty at 09:36pm on 27/11/2010
Hee, ThinkGeek! I love, love, LOVE that site!

(Gave my son a braincell plushie just when he was about to start final exams at school; that way, he could honestly claim he'd had at least ONE braincell on hand! For the record, he loved the idea. :P)
posted by [identity profile] at 09:44pm on 27/11/2010
Yep, it's definitely one of the best sites out there for cool, funky, and sometimes even useful stuff!

(Oh, I do like that idea! Makes perfect sense!)
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posted by [personal profile] germankitty at 10:28pm on 27/11/2010
Icould spend a fortune on their shirts ... and funky gadgets. :) I used to threaten my son with giving him one of the ThinkGeek alarm clocks -- the one you have to chase, or the one that 'explodes' under your mattress, or the one where you need to solve a math problem before it stops ... *evil snicker*
posted by [identity profile] at 01:46am on 28/11/2010
Oh, goodness, does that ever make two of us! I've considered getting my mother one or more of those alarm clocks, given the trouble she has getting up!
posted by [identity profile] at 01:47am on 28/11/2010
The one that you solve a math problem before it shuts off would have been truly evil
posted by [identity profile] at 01:49am on 28/11/2010
Think we should get that one for my mother? She'd never get it to shut up!
posted by [identity profile] at 02:06am on 28/11/2010
Probably not, she'd want to kill us. Besides, she is being decent to us.
posted by [identity profile] at 02:13am on 28/11/2010
True. Still funny, though!
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posted by [personal profile] germankitty at 02:35am on 28/11/2010
Especially for myself -- I used to consistently fail math from 8th grade on till graduation! *shudders*
posted by [identity profile] at 08:41pm on 16/12/2010
...those microbe plushies are evil. I might have to buy one for Jen because they have STDs and she'd find that HILARIOUS.

posted by [identity profile] at 08:54pm on 16/12/2010
Oh, yes, they are! We've got a yellow ameba, the common cold, and a brain cell, at the moment.
posted by [identity profile] at 08:55pm on 16/12/2010
I want to give all the VDs to Jen. :P And I could probably use a brain cell or two...

I'm STARVING. Why don't we have enough milk for cereal. ;__;
posted by [identity profile] at 09:01pm on 16/12/2010

I want them all, at some point. And I, too, could use several brain cells, too!

Hmm...don't know. I like almond milk. Want to try rice milk, too.
posted by [identity profile] at 10:05pm on 16/12/2010
Did you get your package/card yet?
posted by [identity profile] at 02:16am on 17/12/2010
Nope, not yet. Still waiting on a package from my mother, and one from a friend in the Springs, too. Mail seems to be all caught up in those big storms right now.


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