poohcarrot wrote:James Bond car with the ejector seat, rotating number plates and the shield that came up on the boot when you pressed a button.
Mortimer Postlethwaite wrote:poohcarrot wrote:James Bond car with the ejector seat, rotating number plates and the shield that came up on the boot when you pressed a button.
A walk down memory lane for you Pooh
I wish I still had mine.....you do know that a mint condition one in the box is worth almost as much as the real thing.......
CrysaniaMajere wrote:does it have to be a "christmas" present or can it be something else?
because the presents that make my eyes weep are:
-a birthday present, when i was still a teenager: my boyfriend at that time liked computer and knowing i love to write he made me a little program that had all the classic sounds of a typewriter. he said it was very simple, no big deal, the thing of a few minutes work, but i loved it because it was a "present for me", studied for me i still have it and use it
-a valentine present: i like puzzles very much, but i don't do them anymore because i have no space left in my house well, 3 years ago my actual boyfriend came where i was working with a valentine card: it was a puzzle, and after i put all the pieces together it was a heart and he had wrote in the back some beautiful words.
we often don't even do each other gifts, so that was a double surprise!
do they count, even if they were not Christmas presents? maybe i should have waited for a "best birthday present ever" and "best valentine present ever" thread
which rolex was it morty as ive got a thing about watches
Trish wrote:My then-b/f got me a pickup truck for Christmas in '88.
Complete with an motorcycle rail in the bed and a state of the art cassette player.
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