Working at a fast-paced company does things to you, namely make you lose track of time and make you forget to update your blog. And I’m pretty surprised at how quick this year went, plus the fact that it’s almost Christmas and I haven’t made a single holiday-related post on my blog is nothing short of shameful. So I’m going to take the easy way out and write a Christmas wishlist post, because I have absolutely no idea what to talk about.
I like my umbrellas small and portable, but goddammit, Samurai Umbrellas look awesome. Also, I’ve grown too fat and my small girly umbrellas just can’t cut it anymore – any rain stronger than a drizzle and I arrive at the office soaked. So yeah, I want me a Samurai Umbrella.
I bought a pretty decent bass a few years back, and it’s absolutely one of my favorite things in the world. I love Andromeda the bass guitar, and it’s served me pretty well. But there are things a jazz bass can’t do, and I can see myself playing with a Rickenbacker 4001 bass for hours on end. Just look at that beautiful thing. Also, Paul McCartney – one of my bass heroes – used one for recording Revolver, my absolute favorite Beatles album. Please buy me one, anybody.
Okay, sure, I have me an iPod touch and a decent Android phone, but lugging a laptop everywhere so I can work is kind of a bitch to do. For some reason I really think I need an iPad – because hey, I can bring a tablet everywhere and work on the go! But fuck that, I just want to own one because it’s awesome. And imagine playing Infinity Blade 2 on it. Jesus, I’m drooling at the thought of it.
But you know what I really, really want for Christmas?
Shawarma. And Love.
You see I’m recently single (long story, don’t ask) and all I really want is shawarma. And love.
Tell me, dear reader, what do you want for Christmas?
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