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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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What did you get for Christmas (12/25/03)?

In order of likey (though I'm thankful for anything I get)...

(1) La Femme Nikita DVD (1st Season)
(2) New tv to watch new La Femme Nikita DVD
(3) Stole a DVD player from my brother to watch La Femme Nikita DVD
(4) Arnold Schwarzenegger's "Encyclopedia on Modern Bodybuilding"
(5) A whole bunch of gift cards (Circuity City, Nordstrom, Safeway, and Target)
(6) A sweater (that I'm wearing to work today)

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post #2 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 12:13 PM
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Lots of cash, which I'm thankful for.

Shower/bath stuff
A bartender pocket guide

(don't know about everything else yet, haven't seen everyone for x-mas yet)
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lots of cash....maybe gettin a new lid
a bench grinder
a circular saw
a Yamaha jearsy
2 West Coast Chopper beanies
an OCC sweatshirt
Judgement day 2
a pair of dress pants
2 sweaters
a new shirt and tie
some cologne
A dale earnhardt ornament
a Harley moneyclip
Gift certificates to sears, oaklawn harley
some Christmas decorations
A Snap-on rachet driver
a couple of cool shirts

and I can't remember the rest off the top of my head.

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Seabiscuit DVD from brother in law
Assorted Japanese cookies from Dad
2 sweaters from other brother in law
An automatic food chopper from mother in law
2 coffee mugs from sister
framed pictures of my nieces and nephews from other sister
a big ass check for being a good son from mom
a box of Montecristo from coworker

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I recieved two awesome gifts...
Got one of these from the new inlaws...3 piece drawer set...stil can't believe they got this for me...D


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post #6 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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lots of cash....maybe gettin a new lid
a bench grinder
a circular saw
a Yamaha jearsy
2 West Coast Chopper beanies
an OCC sweatshirt
Judgement day 2
a pair of dress pants
2 sweaters
a new shirt and tie
some cologne
A dale earnhardt ornament
a Harley moneyclip
Gift certificates to sears, oaklawn harley
some Christmas decorations
A Snap-on rachet driver
a couple of cool shirts

and I can't remember the rest off the top of my head.
Was all of this for this Christmas or all Christmas' combined

You racked up dude!

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post #7 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 01:16 PM
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Clothes and Money
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I didn't get anything form my fiancé, and I didn't get for her either. Money is tight and we're saving for the wedding, but everyone else got me stuff. I got Motorola walkie-talkies for camping and they go up to 5-mile range and 6 Mag lights, don’t ask me why everyone got us 6 of them, but they are cool and will last forever. My daughter got a lot. She really makes out, she has her mom's and her side and my side and my fiancé’s side gave her stuff too. I wanted to make sure she got stuff before me. Besides when I get married in May, that's my Present!
And yes I copied my post for another post I also got cooking stuff so they will be in the box for a while I cook but not that good. And I got gift cards too, 1 for Jewel actually and it's cool, but I don't shop there, so I'll get Jack and coke or whiskey for my egg nog and snacks for New Years Eve.
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Wife got me some desperatly needed new clothes, and I got multiple git cards to galyans. hmmmmmmmmmm they sell guns there




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Got some clothes, gift cards, massage matt that heats and controls sections to vibrate, camo scarf my wife knit for me, open round trip plane tickets to aruba for me and the wife, best of all i lived another year...lol



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Got a Ball Python, a stunt vid, a WCC beanie (the same one as Crazy - I saw him at Walgreens), a balaclava, Nick Ienatsch's book, Kid Rock's new CD, some "special" coupons from my wife , and thanks to her everyone put a little cash in a card for the tattoo I've been talking about for years but would never put the money up for.

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post #12 of 53 (permalink) Old 12-26-2003, 02:15 PM Thread Starter
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Got some clothes, gift cards, massage matt that heats and controls sections to vibrate, camo scarf my wife knit for me, open round trip plane tickets to aruba for me and the wife, best of all i lived another year...lol
Ken,

Your gifts remind me of something out of Pulp Fiction...massage mats and camouflage scarves???

Nonetheless, I think you win for best gift of the year with the massage mat but the question is...do you know how to use it

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dvd player
PS2 w/ Need 4 Speed Underground
shirts
gift cards
jacket
count of monte cristo dvd(that i bought myself0
awaiting Yoshimura pipe for my RR(That i bought for myself)

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Lol solo, didn't look at it that way, gifts are nice, but regardless of what they are its the thought behind it that counts.

out of all the gifts, the wife knitting me a scarf is the best,



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Lol solo, didn't look at it that way, gifts are nice, but regardless of what they are its the thought behind it that counts.

out of all the gifts, the wife knitting me a scarf is the best,
Yes indeed man

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Steam Cleaner
Pimp daddy leather office chair
Bunch - o - gift cards
down comforter + duvet cover
clothes
$$$cash$$$
DVD's (Indiana Jones set - and yes, he's better than Han Solo! )
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[B]I recieved two awesome gifts...
Got one of these from the new inlaws...3 piece drawer set...stil can't believe they got this for me...D
Wow - I can't belive they got that for your either - guess those in-laws don't know you that well yet huh !? (j/k)

Boy all you guys got some good stuff - I didn't get squatt. But then again, I said I didn't want anything cause I want to pick up a track bike next season

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I got to see my wife and son have a good X-mass. The kid made out like a theif with Transformers.

and I got a couple things too.

Gift Cards to Sears and Home Depot
Project Gotham 2 X-box
Bionicle X-box
Couple pair of jeans
DeWalt Saws-all - Insert Tim Allen Grunt
Makita portable Miter Saw Table
Star Wars Lego Sets
Star Wars Figure Collector Packs
Slider Photo Calander from Wife

And best of all - hours of "Some Labor Required" on the kids gifts.

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And 1 step behind Kimmy

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I got a Golden Retriever puppy who is still leaving additional presents around my house!!!
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Was all of this for this Christmas or all Christmas' combined

You racked up dude!
I usually make a killing for x-mas My mom always spends thousands on us. We got a little less this year though

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I got to see my wife and son have a good X-mass. The kid made out like a theif with Transformers.

and I got a couple things too.

Gift Cards to Sears and Home Depot
Project Gotham 2 X-box
Bionicle X-box
Couple pair of jeans
DeWalt Saws-all - Insert Tim Allen Grunt
Makita portable Miter Saw Table
Star Wars Lego Sets
Star Wars Figure Collector Packs
Slider Photo Calander from Wife

And best of all - hours of "Some Labor Required" on the kids gifts.
I just got Transformers DVD today with my money I got. The generation 1 stuff. I had to order the one, but got the other one today. And ya ya ya I'm 28, but it brings back memories. All I need is season 3 part 2 box set. And Tell me about the kids gifts, some take an hour just to get out of the package!!!
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I got a really ugly sweater
I got a mortising machine
I got a rolling tool chest
I got a parts washers
A motorcycle calender
A leather jacket (of my choice, or so said the card)
digital calipers
DVD's
a really nice bottle of port
Another piece of art glass for my collection
Another cermanic sclupture for my collection
A travel mug that you plug in and it keeps my coffee hot

A good collection of dead presidents

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a really nice bottle of port
Rick, let me know when you open that bottle of port. I will travel for a glass of good port.

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My daughter make out with leapfrog storybook, the barbie computer and other things.
Myself I got Mancows book, Snap-On Torque wrench (good thing wife stills works there for the discount), Under Amour body shirt and cash.

Day after X-mas, I had to buy a new stove from BB as the other one stopping working that morning.

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Oh yeah, i also received a HK USP Compact .45. Woohoo!! Yay, now i have 3 guns to kill people with!!! YAY!

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I just got Transformers DVD today with my money I got. The generation 1 stuff. I had to order the one, but got the other one today. And ya ya ya I'm 28, but it brings back memories. All I need is season 3 part 2 box set. And Tell me about the kids gifts, some take an hour just to get out of the package!!!
Ha Lupi is 30 and we gave him TF Season 1 DVD Collection Set for X-mass. Yep brings back memories for us too. Best part its hours of entertainment for my kid as well.

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I just got Transformers DVD today with my money I got. The generation 1 stuff. I had to order the one, but got the other one today. And ya ya ya I'm 28, but it brings back memories. All I need is season 3 part 2 box set. And Tell me about the kids gifts, some take an hour just to get out of the package!!!
Where can ya get the Transformer dvd's from?

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