I collect cards, and I have a bunch of amazing decks from this duo Uusi.
This is their shop page and
This is their newest deck on kick starter.
1.) Add to wishlist
2.) In comments on the right hand side of your wishlist, put your email address
That's the only way you can add and be given the GC.
Their pectin jelly beans are THE BEST JELLY BEANS IN THE WORLD. Holy cow, Amazon has them. I used to work Christmases at Russell Stover and would come home with a bag every shift.
Russell Stover Pectin Jelly Beans, 12-Ounce Bags.
Gotcha. Just don't rule any out for dumb reasons; keep your options open because you can always turn them down in the end.
And that's fantastic! There's so much to do with your Pis! Articles like these are all over the web and have great ideas for you to implement.
What's your app going to do?
And if you're interested in the hardware aspect, consider investing in an arduino and complementary kit to play around with.
I love all Eevees! Every kind and all evolutions, even the less fight winning types like Leafeon. Sylveon and the shiny version hold a special place in my heart in particular because the Sylveon, Elton named like all my Pokemon after music artists, I have in my Pokemon X game came from my boyfriend. I had caught almost thirty Eevees, each and everyone evolved independently until I had all of the Eeveelutions except sylveon. Everytime I tried to evolve one it became an Espeon or Umbreon. Everytime.
My boyfriend eventually caught and evolved Elton for me but it just wasn't the same. Recently, this last month actually, I finally caught my own! I'd like the plush version as a symbol of my months of toil and endless Eevees.
Well, we sent you money via Changetip, so you shouldve received a PM with instructions on how to collect it, after you've collected it, its in your Changetip wallet.
Other wallets are found here:
I use Blockchain.info - but some people dont like them (i cant remember the reason).
If it means a couple $10's, then I'd go for a site like thisiswhyimbroke. and set the price range to $0-$20 and see what gifts you think she'd like.
I had a friend who had a pool party for his birthday. His mom made him invite some girl from our class and her little sister. Well my friend had a little brother the same age as the girls sister so they played through the party. At one point we look over and see them playing "lifeguard" in the hot tub. So my friends mom yells at him to go to his room and change and that he wasn't allowed to swim anymore. So the kid goes and changes and he comes back outside covered in a huge towel and stand next to the little girl and drops the towel... He was completely naked and then he proceeded to jump into the hot tub and kissed the little girl. Then his mom dragged him out of the hot tub and grounded him for a month.
I'm going to choose 33.
I really need a LED light bulb so here's this. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0073COMUW/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_BXv3tb03RKWF92M8
I don't know if there's a one item only limit or what so I'll just post the one.
Thanks for the contest.
Cooking pasta always mix the noodles with the sauce before serving the addition of noodle water is optional.
If you like sleeping in rain storms but its dry today you can try this.
When looking up travel plans on sites like Expedia and the sort make sure to be on Incognito or private browsing. Ive read that the sites tend to have lower prices that way. Also for cheap flights I always check the Southwest "I want to get away" ticket price.
Those are all i can think of right off the bat.
I love taking photos! Especially of wildlife and nature. You can see my work here!
This would go a long way to improving my photographs, although I also have various other books and items on my "Most Wanted" list and my "Photography Stuff" list.
I love myself because...I never give up on my dreams.
For anyone who comes after the first reply, the following websites still have plenty of free beta keys;
I participated last year, got a really whiny/rude giftee who specifically only wanted Magic: the Gathering cards (AND NOTHING ELSE) and then got skipped by my own gifter and rematch gifter, haha. I'll probably still do the card exchange this year, but I'm not going to try RSS again.
That said, since we're talking exchanges, LibraryThing does this awesome secret santa every year where you all pre-pay to a bookstore through them ($15-45 depending on how many ~mystery books you want), then get assigned another user and you select books for them based on their library/tastes/wishlist. I've always liked the way it's organized (yay prepayment!) and getting/choosing books for other people is really fun to me. All of the participants' wishlists/kinds-of-books-i-like posts are public, so you can go through and add suggestions for recipients besides yourself, too, which is nice.
Found this one! It even comes with built in shelving!
You can choose your amount for this, so it can be any total.
I love board games, so finding modern ones through Amazon and my local gaming store is something I often do! Tragedy Looper is one of the games I own that's basically a giant logic puzzle. The story is that your group travels back in time to try and prevent a tragedy from happening, but there's a mastermind also there to counter your moves. If something happens, like a key person died because they were trapped alone in the room with the serial killer, your group fails that "loop". But you get to try again, and now you have more information about the hidden roles. I played the mastermind the first time and it was incredibly difficult to wrap my head around everything, but we had a blast!
The first year I did Secret Santa, my giftee was super easy. He was a guy in his 20s who just asked that I share something with him that I liked. He didn't really have a ton to go on in his profile, so I figured I'd go with what he asked for.
I sent him a CD that I really enjoy that has a song that holds a lot of meaning to me, Cannonball Run (one of my favorite movies), On Writing by Stephen King (one of my favorite books) and 100 Facts All Penguins Fans Should Know (I did find his FB profile and see that he was a Pens fan). I was really nervous about it after I sent everything because just because I love those things didn't mean that he would, but he sent such a nice thank you note afterward saying that he really appreciated the thought I'd put into it and he'd be sure to use everything. Even if he didn't, it felt great to know that he appreciated it.
I got a really nice care package from my Secret Santa who lived in Hawaii and I loved my gifts, but what sticks with me most was definitely how excited I was to hear back from my giftee.
One thing that always is up for debate on the SS sub (and I'm curious the response here) is regarding the wrapping.
Personally, I don't like waste and I hate the thought of spending ~$15 to wrap and ship items if I could buy them online with free shipping and use that extra cash to send more gifts instead. It seems to be about 50/50 when this is brought up on the SS sub; some say it ruins the "magic" to have items direct-shipped and others agree with the free shipping sentiment. On one hand, I would never want my giftee to feel like I didn't care enough to handwrap the gifts but on the other hand I'd rather just send extra things that they can use. Thoughts on that?
Hey! Quick question, what do you know of Neuropeptide-Y and its impact on how people handle stress? What do you think of the psychology utilized to create the US military's SERE schools? It's based off Martin Selgiman's Learned Optimism/Learned Helplessness.
And what kind of dogs?
History of Zen Buddhism was kind of weird, because a large chunk of the semester was spent actually studying the US version of it as adopted/selectively picked-from by Beatnicks and new age practitioners. When I signed up for the course I would not have guessed we'd be reading Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, or discussing CIA experiments with LSD at length!
I love nonfiction!
Here are some of my faves by genre!
On Becoming a Person - Carl Rogers
How to Stubbornly Refuse to Make Yourself Miserable About Anything - Albert Ellis
Games People Play - Eric Berne
Basic Freud - Michael Kahn
Would You Kill The Fat Man - David Edmonds
Philosophy In An Hour J.S. Mill - Paul Strathern
Man's Search for Meaning - Victor Frankl
The Nixon Defense - John Dean
Striking Back: The 1972 Munich Olympics Massacre - Aaron Klein
Command and Control - Eric Schlosser
I could go on for more but I just picked the ones I had handy! Don't want to derail the thread :D
"Anyone, and at almost any time, can find the courage to answer fear. The wisdom that makes courage possible is so universal and elemental that it can be summed up in three short imperatives: Do what you can, want what you have, and be who you are." - Forest Church, Freedom from Fear: Finding the Courage to Act, Love, and Be
Especially that last part. I suffered through very extreme depression in my early teen years. I was always bullied as a child, because I was that dorky one. Over time I started to believe I was worthless and that I needed to change myself to fit in. I went as far as having surgery done on my face (just a minor mole removal) to try to seem more "normal." I completely rewrote who I was.
Eventually things got so bad I was sent away into a therapeutic wilderness program for teens with bad attitudes. I learned a lot about myself, and while I hated it there, I came out with a much better mindset. During my time there, in the last week or so of it, I was given this book to read. It addressed the idea of how to overcome the fear of being yourself, loving yourself, and not doing enough. It's always stayed with me, and I feel much better for it.
I would highly recommend this book to anybody that feels like they just can't be themselves. Or anyone who just feels too afraid of being themselves. The writer is a religious person, but I didn't feel like that made an impact on the book and it's message.
Edit: I actually just found a preview of the book on Google Books! If you want to read, here you go. This is a happy little link
Go put this on your wish list. It really helped both me and my brother when each of us needed to transition jobs. It really helps you focus on making a change in a systematic way.
here's the link! it's perfect for large fluffy cats if you have one. we had a previous used cat tree that her fur destroyed because of the felt material, so it was impossible to keep clean, and it was also way too small for her. this one has plenty of space, we can tell pancake feels safe because it's closed in, and she absolutely loves peering out the window. because of the wood material, it can't get messy like our old one, which we have now gifted to our neighbors for their new puppy to play on outside. plus it's the cutest cat tree i've ever seen, and functions as a decoration as well!
Here's the book:
They had a bunch of them at Ollie's not long ago, so check there if you've got one nearby. And/or add it to your wishlist and let the universe decide if it should come to you 😀
Dominion, Catan, and Carcassone.
Skipbo, Dutch Blitz.
Forbidden Island, Munchkin.
And finally, Real People. Very under appreciated game but every time I play this with friends I almost wet myself laughing. The questions/answers/pictures are soooo 80's. It is just pure silliness. Nothing serious. But man I crack up every. single. time.
I am a lampwork bead maker, I melt glass in a flame and form little round spheres of marvellousness with it. Here are some of my beads for you to look at: my beads
I started this about 5 years ago now, and it's both the hardest most frustrating thing I've ever done, but also the must fun and rewarding all at the same time. There's something very primeval about melting glass.
The teal green glass on this page would help me create works of splendid magnificence in a colour that I'm clean out of... incidentally, it's a UK site as I'm in the UK.
I love myself because I've kept on trying to master this art despite numerous setbacks, failures and general lack of progress - and I'm proud of myself for that.
Good morning! Trying to plan on how to clean/organize the garage, and put a small mud room space there. I'm no interior designer, and it's overwhelming! Wife sends products on shelving stuff, but it's allll overwhelming.
Sorry, that doesn't bring me joy haha but decluttering does for the wife! Wife and son loves the book Kiki & Jax (smile.amazon.com/Kiki-Jax-Life-Changing-Magic-Friendship/dp/0525646264) since it's in Spanish and English.
So I did a quick Amazon search for them, as I have let my dental care lapse some and want to get things looking better before I go into the dentist. This one is similar to the one I had 15 years or so ago:
But it takes up a lot of space, I'd imagine any of the 30-50$ ones perform well.
My family and I love board games.. there is a game called level 7..https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/125658/level-7-escape. Its a game we play with friends.. it gets really intense trying to get out before the aliens get you.
We like spy alley a lot too. https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/1986/spy-alley. We like it because its like clue with a twist.
Or smallworld.. and scattegories. .. oh! And how about quelf! Have you played quarriors?
...i could go on for days.
haha, Unfortunately I don't think I live up to the song's standards! And my favorite book? That's tough! I like to read horror and historical fiction, so I like the classics; Stephen King, J.D. Horn, H.P. Lovecraft, etc. For historical fiction, recently I've read The Book Thief and A Long Way Gone, which I enjoyed a lot!
As for photography, I have photos scattered all over the internet but I will condense them into a small Imgur album and post it shortly!
This may/may not apply, but I spent an entire two hours trying to explain to my partner the logic behind P. Reign's Realest in the City's lyric genius as interpreted, "reticence in the city."
Suffice to say, it is not that.
The Werewolf's Guide to Life; A Manual for the Newly Bitten
The Werewolf's Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten https://www.amazon.com/dp/0767931939/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_U25pub1TJY3C2
Well thanks! :) I'm really excited to be here and can't wait to get involved.
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Well, here is something to start you out on the reddit side of it. +/u/dogetipbot 5 doge verify
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All dogecoin is, is a virtual currency in which a limited number is set to be 'mined'. This creates a cap for supply, in hopes of increasing demand. It is a scrypt currency which means some stuff that I don't really know haha. I'm not too into the exact process behind it, I just like to mine.
Thanks a lot :)
I've got accepted to the college of my choice and have just sent in my registration fees. I'm going to go into a subset of engineering, most likely computer or electrical. Not really sure which I want to do yet. Tabletop games are cool, I recently bought risk and heads up.
Thanks for the welcome, here is some doge. +/u/dogetipbot 5 doge verify
Have you tried YNAB? I think there's a discount through Reddit, but I've heard nothing but stupendous praise for it.
I did the rematch on the teacher exchange too - this was my first year doing that exchange, and I definitely need to remember next year to factor in postage! Both boxes weighed over 30lbs - totally spaced on postage cost across the country. Some days my brain takes a vacation while the rest of me walks around...
Without a doubt, YNAB. It's well worth the money, IMO. I've used it since it was just an Excel spreadsheet template, and it has always been the way I like to think about money. Keep in mind that it's not just a piece of software, but a methodology. It follows something like the Envelope method, meaning that you basically take income and give every dollar a "job", or thing to be put towards. There are different ways you can do that, but to me YNAB just makes things easy. You could also find similar spreadsheet templates online and just do it yourself in Google Docs. As long as you are taking income, assigning that income a place to be spent, and ensuring your transactions for each category total less than your budgeted amount, you're golden.
If you'd be ok using a version older (Windows only), I can officially gift you my old YNAB v3 license through their website. They also allow you to do a free trial on the newer stuff. Just PM me an email and name to provide them and I'm willing to gift it over.
Edit: my personal testimonial I did a few years back. I get no reward for this other than helping people avoid my mistakes!
I don't know that intelligence has anything to do with it. It's more how many hours of frustration will you put up with before you have !fun!.
Thanks! Looking forward to it.
For anyone that's interested, Dwarf Fortress is a 100% free game, very deep simulation with a steep learning curve. You can pick it up here: http://www.bay12games.com/dwarves/
Ahh, well then I'd recommend either downloading Kodi on top of Debian (not as an actual OS as RaspBMC was) or switching to OSMC (<-- probably the better option). OSMC is the Pi 2 equivalent of RaspBMC (Kodi) for Pi 1, and it is the option that will become the most supported with updates. I've yet to set up my own with OSMC, but I'm planning on doing that tonight.
Here's info on OSMC.
I'm sure I'll find something of PTA'S that I like. I don't mind pretentious or absurd, so I'll try to bump the Tree of Life up on my list. Also this might be a little late to the party, but here's the stuff I've watched so far (not a lot though, and there's also my plan to watch list somewhere there) to help you get a better understanding of my taste and what not https://letterboxd.com/Peg_Pelvis_Pete/films/
The only new films I'm hyped for that I can think of are the Neon Demon, The Cafè Society, and the Free State of Jones (hope that one's decent).
I'm a huge fan of Pandora for cleaning music or, if I need very specific music I use Groove Shark so I can search for and choose the exact music I want.
I know you've probably heard of both or have your own thing but I figure I'd offer my unasked for opinion.
Good luck with whatever you choose!
This is pretty unique! I'm a beginning DJ, and I would absolutely love if I could get a decal of my logo. You can find it Here. Thanks again!
EDIT: Forgot to add an Amazon thing. This is probably where i'd put it! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004EKMR30/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
It is probably is easier to write about what it doesn't do, especially since they keep expanding the functions. It can do web lookups, math, todo and shopping lists, integrate with Pandora, Spotify and other music services, integrate with home automation technology, Nest for example but connected light bulbs and other systems as well, and of course it can buy things off of Amazon for you just using the sound of your voice. That is nowhere near the whole list though. This page on Amazon has the info on the Echo.
I am a sucker for odd socks. It really offends my ocd friends and its a small bit of fun to add to my boring lockdown days.
The odder and weirder, the better!
I added these socks into my wishlist cause 1) who doesn't love funky socks??? 2) who doesn't love cryptids?? 3) WHO DOESN'T LOVE CRYPTIDS O N SOCKS??
My topic / question of the day would be what are your go-to pair of shoes / footwear and why? I hope to see all of yours so I can find other great shoes to consider purchasing.
Please share a Amazon link or photo to yours! ;)
Mine are Keen "Rose" sandals. They feel like I'm not wearing shoes at all and they are so versatile and I even ran a 5k in them... they are wide at the toe. I have 2 pairs and they are really great quality... not cheap ($60 - $90) but they really keep my feet feeling healthy and happy!
Lol your bathroom is already so cute though! I think it's decorated perfectly! If anything I think that this bath mat would be cute though!
I went through u/PapaFargo 's list and my favorite thing I'm allowed to talk about is this. This coupled with the Doctor Who stuff tells me we would probably hang out well together at a convention. We have similar interests and styles. My actual favorite thing is something I'm not supposed to talk about ;-) but it tells he's a generous guy who loves his family.
I chose /u/hmsdexter who posted a few days ago from Swazilan. Honestly I had to google Swazilan because I had never heard of it but learned it's in Africa. I went through her list and my favorite item was these adorable shoes.
I think based on her list she is a fun free spirited person. I think she also likes cats, which obviously makes a person awesome. In addition her introduction post say she volunteers at a children's home so I would imagine based on that she is a giving and generous person.
I went through my best friend's list and found this fish-shaped hotcake maker. Now, I know them fairly well so what it says to me about them is pretty easy: They're whimsical, strange, and amazing. They love a lot of very practical things but this is just a little weird and silly.
They love silliness in their life on top of the serious because not everything needs to be so serious all the time.
I used the random list generator and got cxbu's list. An item I liked and thought was cool was this boom holder that can hold 5 brooms!. I think a person must be very clean if they need a device to hold 5 brooms/ other cleaning things like mops maybe? Or maybe they just have that many brooms in order to imply the illusion of cleanliness?
I went through /u/PapaFargo and I picked hair chalk it because I have never seen this before. He said he would use this in his beard and while looking through his list, there were other creative art related items so I think there is a strong creative side to this person. I wish I had the confidence to wear colourful hair chalk!
Favorite movie: anything Disney!
Favorite vacation spot: San Francisco
Favorite books: Zero to One, Harry Potter series
Favorite games: (PS4) Rocket League, any sports game, Shadow of Mordor, haven't played the new call of duty yet
Something about me: I always enjoy spending my free time tinkering with gadgets to see how many things I can do with that single device!
For USD40 minues shipping:
I did watch those videos, yeah. And unless the AP test I took counts for some form of credit and gets me out of Micro and Macro, haha. I might think of picking up that one book "Economics in One Lesson" or something like that. It's on Amazon.
I'm just going to go ahead and say 1500 ladybugs. I mean, I don't know what most people would need them for, but the idea is pretty wild. :P
Im personally partial to chocobo but I don't really know what makes a good charm
Thanks for the giveaway though, your amazing
If you are into Animal Crossing there are these charms here! I was going to give them to a friend a long time ago but I forgot about them until now.
And then here is a My Neighbor Totoro charm/keychain thing bundle.
This one is totes cute and this one!
I must become even more of a madman. I will use this book (on my handyman wishlist)
Using the knowledge of arduino i will build a fighting giant robot.
So, on my wishlist, there are a few items that would really help me in nursing school, the first is a success book for my next term, but those can be quite a bit expensive. I love reading, and have a few books on the list, but I'd be happy if I get anything! Thank you so much for your generosity!
I just ordered this to be overnighted, supposed to be here today. You will need something similar. It has good reviews.
Good handheld pet vacuum
Also, my cats love this and it's really easy to get the hair from Kitty brush!
Recently purchased this Kickstand; Original, Genuine, Authentic " i&PLUS BUNKER RING Essentials " Cell Phone and Tablets Anti Drop Ring for iPhone 6 plus iPad mini iPad2 iPad iPod Samsung GALAXY NOTE S5 Universal Mobile Devices (Lime) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00M6J1QZQ/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_qOtnxb2J1MW56 and this to go with it Car Mount for " i&PLUS BUNKER RING Essentials " Cell Phone and Tablets Anti Drop Ring (Bunker Ring Car Mount) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013FH0CWA/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_mPtnxbPSAVC0B. Love these! The ring makes a great stand and makes it easier to hold the phone while texting. Best little items I've EVER bought!!
I have bought another as a gift :)
Just like how the hippies planned to save the planet in the 70s. No not drugs! Music! While several others here are trying to find items to use as weapons, I can promise that IF you manage to stop one madman with a weapon, there will be more. But if everyone could just come together with the power of music, the world could be a much more peaceful place!
So I would sit them down and ask for a few minutes of their time. Then just like the hippies I would put on a record, yes an actual vinyl record. It may not be the best record to play but I would play this record which is currently my favorite album. I would play a few songs and see if he enjoys it at all. If he does, I have tons of similar music that I could play for him and show him that there is so much to live for and so much music that he probably hasnt ever heard that he would really love if he had heard it. So there is still so much yet to discover.
If he doesnt like my music, I would start a conversation about what kind of music he likes, and what his favorite music is and ask about a time that music helped him cope with a situation.
I think this approach could be more successful and favorable over violence.
That's a super cute purse! I think this charm would look adorable on it! Oooh, and this one!
The Logitech M325. It was on a flash sale so the price has gone up a few bucks but It's still worth it. Hell, I drop it all the time and it's never given me any problems.
As a male, some would expect me to choose the most unattractive things, and be terrible at this sort of thing. Me however, for some reason I seem to be good at it. Don't ask why, I just am. So, my male opinion would be to choose this one or this one. We will see how my skills hold up in this contest. Good luck to everyone else!
Screwdriver or double-sided tape I find randomly useful. Also, erasable pens.
$15 - phone holder. I know that's a little more than you were thinking, but it works fantastically. I broke mine though.
My friend, a senior in high school, has been working on doing some home automation recently. He is working on some pretty cool stuff:
When he leaves for school, he presses a button and all of the lights in the house turn off. (I have left lights on numerous times so this saves a ton of energy!)
At night, past a certain time, he is working on installing motion sensors which when a person walks into the room the lights turn on to about 15%. (Not enough to blind you, but enough to see!)
When mail is put in through a slot on his mail box, he gets a notification on his phone along with the rest of his family. (He set his ringtone to "You've got mail!" I think it's pretty funny.)
So, he has some pretty cool ideas, some of which he is still working on. They are all pretty cool and he codes them himself.
To make things easier on you, this is what I am asking for. There isn't much on Amazon for under $2 but i found some gummies I might like. Thanks for holding this competition, it's pretty cool!
I'm a special cookie in the cookie jar and I'd love to have http://www.amazon.com/Always-be-a-Unicorn-Apron/dp/B0112BF2T4/ref=sr_1_130?s=apparel&ie=UTF8&qid=1461811047&sr=1-130&nodeID=7147440011&keywords=unicorn as my apron in my classroom. Preschool gets very messy and wearing an apron sometimes keeps my clothes lasting a little longer. I'm about to go through a big change in my life and this quote is something I'm definitely going to plaster on my soon to be new apartment once I move out of my home.
This was tough, most things on my list are super expensive and I don't expect other people to just randomly buy something off my list. This is something I actually need and not just something I want though.
I want to start making more videos with my GoPro, but I don't have any cool mounts! This one is cheap.
I started livestreaming on twitch and other websites and it has been amazing. I have 2 young kids and to have reason to do something else is relieving. There hasn't been a moment that I have no had fun doing it. All of my spare income has gone towards trying to improve my production quality. A green screen is one of the thing I need for my setup.
Replied the same thing in the other "amazon" sub, but figured 2 entries can't hurt!
Anything off of my Lego Wishlist would be awesome. My son and daughter are just getting old enough to really enjoy them, so, I'm trying to build the collection back up as much as i can.
Feel free to pick whatever you want, but I'd really like to get my daughter some "girly" duplo to go along with the trains, trucks, and star wars gear we have currently. It's located on my $0-$20 Lego list on my amazon profile.
I have a few other Pink Duplo sets on there as well, any of them would be great.
By the way, if you ever want to sponsor a Lego themed giveaway, join us over in /r/random_acts_of_lego where Lego is the name of the game all the time!
I can haz Pokemon? I'm actually passing on the glorious legacy of Pokemon to my cousin's son. He wants to learn how to play the game. I'm super excited, not just because I love the game, but also because it's a great way to teach him reading comprehension, math, and strategy.
My girlfriend and I live in a tiny cabin in the woods with our three cats, next to a field with donkeys, a goat and a sheep, and our driveway leads to a private wooded trail. It is a ridiculously beautiful, cute and idyllic place to live, and when I lie down in the hammock on our wrap-around porch, one thing I'm missing is the sound of windchimes. I love the deep and reverberating tones of the larger chimes, but they are not cheap, so I've been waiting for a birthday, or a bonus at work...or a bonus on Reddit??? Haha seriously, this is such an unexpected, but lovely thing to do, especially because of the good vibes it spreads to all of us, just from the thought of being able to do the same thing one day. Thank you for reminding us how good it feels to help someone else <3
I'm working on a simple game framework in C++ with OpenGL for graphics and FMOD for audio, with which I'll develop my games.
One of my next steps would be to introduce a scripting system in Lua, which's why I'd like to request Programming in Lua 3rd Edition.
There're indeed a lot of tutorials and such on the internet, but I'd rather have an indepth book made by the Lua language creator himself.
Thank you, and gl everyone.
Hello LFWK, what a lovely thought.
So I was playing around with book binding.. and I have been crazy making blanks the last few days. [Only three, but working on another..] Turning those old bigger sketchbooks into smaller. [I LOVE smaller sketchbooks.] My weird dilemma is I didn't know what to cover my blank books with.. I mean I could use cardboard, but after looking on Amazon a bit I realized you can BUY leather scraps. And now I want to get into some light leather and stitch working.. Oh goodness me and my hobbys.
To be honest I would love to have a cutting board/guillotine. That way I can measure and cut paper from various things all nice and straight on my own.
Samsung NX Mini 20.5MP CMOS Smart WiFi & NFC Mirrorless Digital Camera with 9mm Lens and 3" Flip Up LCD Touch Screen (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IVEHT4C/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_0Bvixb9HA4BGB
I'd really like to start vlogging and this would be a perfect camera for me.
A few years ago I had a YouTube channel with my best friend where we would play games and just bullshit and have a good time. He unfortunately passed away about 3 yers ago, and I stopped the channel. It was too painful.
Since I stopped the channel I feel like I'm missing a hobby in my life, and would like to start another channel. What I miss most about it all is actually the editing though.. I miss going through footage and putting everything together with the right music and making things interesting. I think that if I get this camera, maybe I can begin to help fill that void.
A Gaming headset that I can use for both my laptop and Xbox one because summer is coming up and honestly I need to binge play the Witcher series which I've started but not finished due to Junior year of Highschool, 3 upcoming AP test, and finals! This would just make gaming experiences infinitely better because I don't have anything like this currently. Thanks for doing this by the way! No matter who wins you're doing good things here today.
Last year I introduced my whole family and wife to boardgames, later to the Game of Thrones series. Now I would love to have the boardgame of Game of Thrones to play it as a family each friday. https://www.amazon.com.mx/gp/product/1589947207/ref=s9_simh_gw_p14_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=AVDBXBAVVSXLQ&pf_rd_s=desktop-3&pf_rd_r=PWWXNS5QANCFHJKQB389&pf_rd_t=36701&pf_rd_p=2443044382&pf_rd_i=desktop
This would be for me and my best friend. She's moving away, and I'd like to give her something to remember me by.
However, upon reading some of the other comments, what I posted is extremely greedy. Sorry.
If I had to choose one thing I'd really want (out of all the random things on my huge wishlist, lol), It'd probably be some new decor for my room. I am completely and totally FASCINATED with interstate highways! I have the I-95 shield already and also want the US Highway 1 shield (I'm in the I-95/US-1 corridor over here)... but this item is cheaper, and I didn't want to link anything too expensive.
Nice contest! :)
I would love this great infuser water bottle.
This is actually kind of lame but I collect toys and love the Simpson's so there is this
The Simpsons World of Springfield Interactive Enviroment Treehouse of Horror Collector's Lair with Exclusive Bart, Comic Book Guy, Lisa, Lucy Lawless Figures https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BHA8DG/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_UewixbACAJ4AQ
Tbh I don't expect it by posting in this thread but I wish everyone would look at it and agree that it is pretty awesome. Ironic punishment from treehouse of horror series
Edit: I just realized that everyone wants things that are super practical and here I am wanting toys like an 8 year old
One item I would love to be gifted is this Stamper
Because I love nail art!
here are some nail art I've done in the past if your interested in looking!
Thanks for the contest, you are awesome ! Cheers !!
What an awesome contest!
Hm.. I'm starting work again very soon and could use a work shirt since I don't currently have any that fit or aren't full of holes.
I would love the coconut cream on my $12-18 wishlist, which is currently under $16 Prime. It is 33 servings, and has much more fat and calories than anything else I can find. I am trying to avoid losing weight or the little muscle I have. Each serving has 19 grams of healthy fat and 190 calories. I have been eating a fraction of a serving every day, trying to save what I have left of my last box.
Anything else on my wishlists is fine too. I have Add-Ons that are food that are $3.50 or less.
First off, you're totally awesome for doing this.
Secondly, I'd love to have a bag of Very Cherry Jelly Beans.
Because why wouldn't you want a bag of those? They're delicious and for being so tiny, they sure have a lot of flavor in them!
Third, thanks for reminding me about this subreddit! I completely forgot about it, and now I can get back to gifting!
I've been staring at this dress since I've had a wishlist. I just think it's so pretty and I always need more dresses.
I am very passionate about music so I have decided to start a vinyl collection. Pre-ordered my first vinyl the other day even though I don't have a player.
So my first option would be a decent player:Audio Technica AT-LP60 Fully Automatic Stereo Turntable System, Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002GYTPAE/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_oswixbZ57KT48
But I know that's a bit pricey so another good option would be one of my favorite albums on vinyl
Lost Forever // Lost Together https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I89Y2V8/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_qqwixbTYRSQ82
I'm tight on money and in the process of moving. I don't have a lot of clothes, and am trying to gather some for myself.
There's this, but there's also other smaller and cheaper things on my WL, too. I would just really love to have an assortment of clothes that are nice and fit.
A cute little music box! Really love music boxes since you can't get the same effect with a piano. I'm also a producer and I'd love to use some of the notes in my songs
These Kinder chocolates would be incredible! I'm a huge fan of sweets, but I can never get myself to buy them. Makes me feel a bit guilty!
I really want the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie Yellow Ranger 5" Action Figure. I just bought the other 4 Power Rangers but didn't have enough in my Amazon wallet for this one. It can be found in my action figures list.
Thanks for the contest!
Staedtler pens! Seriously if you're still in school taking notes with these things are a godsend! It makes studying a lot easier too! You remember things when the notes switch colors. I'm not talking about color for every line but if you papers are filled with relevant doodles and drawings that aid with the notes studying becomes more engaging. Finals are coming up too and this senior's gotta pass!
Hello! I'm an artist and I'd love to try out these watercolors. Right now I only have really cheap ones and I'd love to have a higher grade of watercolors. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WD3SPO/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=8J253FMRIZ2C&coliid=IM7M2602YUC3S
This is honestly the nicest thing I've ever seen someone do on reddit, thank you so much kind stranger!
I would like this because I have recently gotten into smash bros with my friends, alas I do not have a controller, nor do I have the money for one, and I would greatly appreciate it.
Again thank you so much for the contest, I hope to one day be able to do something similar!