What I got
Here's a rundown of what I got for my birthday, divided up into obscure categories.
Most Expensive- Dell Jukebox, a gift to myself (I have no shame), gotten through eBay, and not recieved yet, only because I haven't paid for it yet, because the guy hasn't contacted me yet...blah blah
Most Expensive Gift From Someone Else- An electric toothbrush, the Braun Oxyjet, it's nice and practical.
Dorkiest Gift- The Star Wars Trilogy, which I refused to buy for myself, therefor I requested someone buy it for me. It's this weird thing. you don't want to know, I'm sure.
Gift Most Likely to Transform- Generation One Rodimus Prime re-issue, recieved from my bro, Ryan, very cool, and very dorky, only slightly less dorky than Star Wars.
Gift Most Likely to Get All Stealthy- G.I. Joe Ninja Battles set, also from my bro, it has a DVD with it as well, and ranks right there with Rodimus, slightly under SW.
Most Incredible Gift- Well, that's easy, it's the Incredibles DVD! From my sister, Kelly, soon to be loaned out repeatedly.
Most Musical Gift- The Futurist, Robert Downey Jr's new CD. Good stuff if you like piano players who take themselves waaaay too seriously, and I do, thank you very much.
Best Gift that wasn't a Gift- Bluesman!!!!!!!!!!!! I'll be reading that tonight.
Gift from Another Decade- A 70's music compilation CD from my Aunt, very cool.
Most Marvel-ous Gift- Marvel Legends Dr. Strange figure, from co-worker Chris Surles, featuring Galactus' right arm!
Greenest Gift- The Shrek 2 soundtrack, featuring Accidentally In Love, also from my Aunt.
The Gift of Comics- Three books via Alan David Doane (Thanks Alan!) Strange Days, Lunch Hour Comix, and Stalagmite 2 (featuring his interview with Seth, which I've listened too, but it's definitely nice to have it in print!)
That about covers it.