"My niece. She's in England so I have to get something lightweight. She's 3 years old and she has all the toys in the world." --Susan Shakespeare, Mountain View
"Usually Mom or Dad. Dad likes expensive stuff and Mom likes her perfumes, stuff like that." --Nick Wong, Sunnyvale
I have a very good friend, he's like a family member. I don't know what to get him." --Guy Zurawel, Palo Alto
"My neighbors. Because I know them so well, I know what they have. It's hard to find something special for them." --Evelyn Teo, San Jose
"Myself. I'll buy anything from a kayak to a new scarf." --Clive Jones, Palo Alto
"Dad. I'm just not like my dad. You'd think tools and stuff would be good but they're not. He's very literary." --Adair Chaballa, San Jose
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