I want to make a shirt for my friend but I have no idea how to use a sewing machine...anyone want to help?
For people too lame, lazy and/or cheap to give the WII this year...
Motion Controlled Video Game
UltiMotion™ - Wireless
* Your Moves Control the Game!
* Get into the game with snap-on accessories!
* 5 Sports built inside
o Baseball - Swing for the fences! With this Home Run Bonanza game, you can master the long ball like the all-stars do.
o Football - Prove your abilities as a gridiron general in this quarterback challenge. Bag points by hitting the targets...and the referee?!
o Tennis - Serve, volley and lob! With no messy wires to get in the way, you can swing your racket for speed, power and accuracy!
o Golf - Power up the long drive, dial in your short game and be the champion of your very own country club right on your TV!
o Bowling - 10 frames of pin busting action! Snap on the bowling ball and roll for a strike...or even a turkey!
o 1 Video Game Console
o 1 Wireless Controller
o 5 Sport Adaptors
* 4 AA's & 2 AAA's Required (not included)
* Rated E for Everyone by the ESRB (5+ Recommended)
Let the Fun and Games Begin
Turn your living room into a coliseum of sport and spectacle with UltiMotion™ Swing Zone™ Sports! Choose one of five sports games and take control of all the action with your wireless motion controller! Get a grip with the snap-on sports accessories to really step up your game. No tangled wires and no extra software or cartridges needed...play on, player!
Draft Your Player! Swing, toss and roll with one of 6 all-star competitors.
Questions or comments? Call 1-887-875-2557 in North America
Made in China
Seems pretty straightforward.
iPod Video Goggles. This is the future right here.
Never too early to think about Christmas...
Time goes quickly, even when you skip a year. Look how irresponsible I was about title capitalization back in 2007!
Picked up Bananagrams for my little cousin yesterday. This year is otherwise mostly handmade (pics later) what with the whole unemployment thing. What are you doing.
Also, I will do some pretend-I'm-a-shopping-blog gift picks when I get home.
Last edited by Hannahrain; 11-23-2010 at 11:09 AM.
Awww so awesome
St. Vincent @ The Fox 03/22/14
Kraftwerk @ The Fox 03/23/14
Trentemoller @ Mezzanine 04/06/14
The Knife @ The Fox 04/15/14
Factory Floor @ The Independent 04/16/14
The Afghan Whigs @ Slim's 04/17/14
Simian Mobile Disco, Earth @ Pappy and Harriet's 04/26/15
Austin Psych Fest @ Carson Creek Ranch 05/02-04/14
The Decemberist @ Crystal Ballroom 05/30/14
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds @ The Warfield 07/07/14
I especially want herpes.
They also have organ jewelry on that site. I have a set of lungs hanging on my computer screen.
Urban outfitters also has interesting small gifts on clearance for friends with a sense of humor.
I'm making most of my gifts this year, but I do really really love gift shopping.
Dishes I'd Rather Be Doing Tea Towels ($15)
Retro Canning Set ($8.95) + Jar Set ($18) + Canning For a New Generation ($24.95)
AT-AT Walker Lego Set ($109.99)
Shu Uemura Limited Edition Premium 24k Gold Eyelash Curler ($24)
Vladmaster Kafka Reel Set ($23) + Vladmaster Viewmaster ($8.50)
Field Notes 3-Pack ($9.95)
Last edited by Courtney; 11-23-2010 at 03:39 PM.
The Sisqo CD and a 6 pack will do
That's what I'm giving. And I'd gladly put you on my list any year
Also, one more:
Boy George Fashion and Make-Up Book ($19.34)
I gave up on trying to find the perfect gifts for family members... Now I just buy a bunch of stockings, put their names on them and fill them with silly stucking stuffer toys. It's more fun for them and so much easier for me.
Wacko in Los Feliz is pretty much the only place you have to go for stocking stuffers.
Anniversary and Christmas within 6 days of each other, no gift ideas yet >.<
Holy shit Courtney might be the best gift buyer on earth.
Ugh, I hate gift shopping for my parents. It is absolutely impossible to know whether they ever enjoy anything I've gotten them, no matter how agonisingly it was chosen.
Well, it's the gift that keeps on giving.