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Which family member was the hardest to buy for this holiday?

Mine - my 13 year old son won this by miles! He literally didn't want anything - at all. Hello 13 year old boys should want something right? All he asked for was clothing. WHAT? So, the only thing I have even remotely heard him talk about this year is an iPod... so I bought him one just so he would have something to open.

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As we all get older, I find that EVERYONE is hard to buy for except my daughter!  My husband, my son, who only wants really expensive things, my married son and his wife, my mother, who has everything she needs or goes and buys what she wants & doesn't wear makeup or perfume, my mother-and-father-in-law.  All of them!

The hardest person to buy something for was my neice the girl has EVERYTHING! I was trying so hard to make sure I didn't duplicate any of her gifts for christmas!

My nephew that is 22.  I just got him a gift card for Game Stop.  I'd rather not do gift cards, but I wanted him to like what I gave him.

My dad....It is hard to shop for men PERIOD.

 

 

My 10 year old son, he just wants his laptop to speed up!

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