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Who is the hardest person on your list to shop for?

Original post made by Don Frances, Mountain View Voice Editor, on Dec 14, 2007

This week's "Voices Around Town" question asked, Who is the hardest person on your list to shop for? Here's some of the answers we received (please post your own below):

"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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