JamieW wrote:She got you a black computer case? She really could have done something more personal....
Ian wrote:MonteLDS, Jamie was kidding.
btw.. I got a pair of boxers... and Masterpiece Optimus Prime (which hasn't shown up from Japan yet.. grrr).
Not here. My wife and I talked about it when we were dating...that appliances in general are something that if we want/need it, we'll just get it. We said the same thing about if we had kids...clothing would not be gifts, unless there was something in particular that was pricey and something they really wanted (within reason).Robotnik wrote:Anyone ever gotten their partner some sort of household appliance or cleaning implement, like an iron, vacuum cleaner, or maybe a broom? What was their reaction?
Okay, I agree with you on that one. Like the clothing rule, if it's something my wife absoultely wants, I'll get it. Granted it wasn't MEANT a one of her gifts, when I brought home a smoothie maker she was asking for around Xmas time in a plain bag, I got bitched at, and had to wrap it up in the bedroom. Dunno what the hell fun that was, but yeah. If it's something they really want, sure! It falls into the fun catagory.JamieW wrote:I have to slightly disagree with F1 there. While common appliances are not good times, uncommon ones can be. Like one of this little sandwich fryer things. I got one of those one year and loved it. I also asked for a Cuisinart one year because while I had a blender and food processor, I wanted a freaking Cuisinart but knew I wouldn't buy it for myself. I got my woman an ice crusher one year because of some stuff she wanted to make smoothies or something. But stuff that you NEED, don't get as a gift. Like a vacuum, iron, and so on. But luxury/uncommon appliances are a good get. Especially since they will use them.
BTW, I'm kind of a freak in that in my house, I am the primary cook. Like she can make food, but I can cook up a storm. So I actually enjoy getting a good set of pots and pans, stainless mixing bowls, silicon spatulas, etc.
JamieW wrote:BTW, I'm kind of a freak in that in my house, I am the primary cook. Like she can make food, but I can cook up a storm. So I actually enjoy getting a good set of pots and pans, stainless mixing bowls, silicon spatulas, etc.
F1Pilot wrote:Wow! So which one didja like? Was the NSX a stocker?[/color]
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