I'm also really into pop, but hey who cares, if it sounds good listen to it.
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I dunno maybe a musical instrument or something?
Also, I think thing you should be more grateful seeing as you seem to have everything you could possibly want.
Exactly, I have everything I could possibly want, so I don't really want anything else. I don't want to just tell my parents to get me something I don't really want just to keep them happy.
Did anybody else get the physical Wizard Companion? I really really wish I got the Wizards edition now because there selling for crazy expensive on eBay now and the book alone is selling for over £100.
I saw your other thread. Why don't you ask this for you birthday?
Because I am unsure if I would have finished the game by then, if I have I would have no use for the book anymore. I mean it would still be cool, but it wouldn't get as much use as it would be right now. I'm always checking that thing!
Despite the original movies being better, the Darth Maul fight scene was incredible.
@Colourful_Hippie: @FluxWaveZ: I've already tried to get them to just be happy with buying me something small, but they say 21st is a special birthday so they want to get me something bigger.
@Sayishere said: Unfortunately they don't like giving me money, they want to wrap something and have me wonder what it is.
@spankingaddict: I was leaning towards this, I may just ask for two games. But to be honest I don't really want any games right now.
I managed to get a copy off of eBay, it was £96 in all but it includes the Drippy Plush and the Box and Sleeve. I didn't really want the box but hey thats the cheapest I have found the book alone go for so I took it.
Although people need to bid on this, because I'm the highest bidder and I don't want it anymore.
It's going to be my 21st next month, I plan on going out with some friends and getting drunk, that's all. But my parents keep pestering me asking me what I want for my birthday, the problem is I don't really need anything. But they get so annoyed at me when I say I don't know, so duders what shall I ask for to please them?
As long as you know basic calculations you should be fine, other than that use a calculator. Map reading is quite important though.
@Hizang said:Spelling is becoming obsolete with spell check integrated into almost everything.
While I do get this argument, it is really dangerous in my opinion. Do you feel the same about being able to do calculations without a calculator, or about being able to read maps?