1. Looking for gift ideas to buy for her significant other, or
2. Guys who wish their significant other(/s) would get a clue.
3. Especially to Raggedy Anne
Having already obtained what I (really, really) want for my anniversary, I'm very22222 happy and not one to ask for more or wish for something else. These, however, are good ideas on what I (and I think, most guys) like, you know, for "reference". In order of price:
Shoes, specifically working shoes (Price = around £50).
Characteristics for my ideal shoe is:
1. One that above all, fits comfortably
2. Preferably in black
3. Suitable for working
4. Lace-less (i.e one I could strap on the run ;)
5. Sporty enough for me to run in e.g. running for a cardiac arrest.
6. Examples of styles I like (the red one, if it's black)
A 350 Gb Hard Disk Drive (Price = around £50-80)
Mainly for backup purposes (especially our THOUSANDS of pictures). Also good for installing alternative Operating Systems e.g. Linux.
A Sound Blaster Xfi Platinum (Price = £100)
It has a 24-bit "crystallizer" which up-samples MP3s in real-time to CD quality. Another nifty thing is this sound card could translate stereo signals into 5.1 surround in real-time even on a pair of regular head-phones. I bet most women didn't understand what I just said (sorry!).
An Oakley Blade Watch, Price = around £300. For a watch, that looks like a shark! (Rather, for a watch that could get you arrested at airports for possessing dangerous sharp objects that could kill or maim).
A 10 Megapixel successor to the current Nikon DSLRs - the D80 (Price = upwards of £500, I think).
Huuu, I want a new camera!
A TVR Tuscan S Price = £Beyond what I could afford
Enzo Ferrari Price =£Wayyyyyyyyy more than I, you, all of us could practically afford, ever!
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