Now, a couple of years ago, I did this meme thing where you write all the stuff you want for [applicable holiday] and hope that someone on your flist might give you something. Of course, I don't expect to actually get anything. There's only like 3 people that read my journal, and I doubt you guys have the opportunity to spend money on a gift to an online acquaintance. I'm not doing this to get gifts, it's more like writing a list for Santa. I'm doing this for the sake of doing it. I'd lie if I said I didn't have a tiny glimmer of hope that someone would actually give me something, but I most certainly do not expect it. So...
1. First and foremost, I just want to go home, so if anyone happens to know a good or at least mediocre immigration lawyer, I could use their help. Or if you have a stack of money you just don't need, that would work too. XD
I want it so badly, it literally hurts. If my life wasn't ruin-mess-disaster, I would get this even if it meant surviving on beans and water for a year. Because it's actually worth it, and because while I have many passing obsessions, this isn't one of them. This is one that has been with me since I was a kid, and if at some point it passes, I think something in me will just break.
(Also, any CDs/DVDs/posters/t-shirts/memorabilia to do with those 2 dudes would be much appreciated)
5. Gift cards. iTunes is best. Since I live in a shithole where no legal CDs or DVDs are sold, basically my only way of buying music or movies is iTunes. Because Amazon wants $25 to ship a $7 CD here. B&N isn't as bad, they only want $10 for shipping.
I do online surveys for gift cards, but it takes about a year to get a $15 card, so my library is very limited these days.
7. Would anyone happen to have a copy of Nightmare Before Christmas that they don't want anymore? I've been waiting for ages for iTunes to get it up, then they did and they want $15 for it. I might actually end up getting it eventually even though that's kind of a crazy price, but right now I only have $4. XD
I left a shitload of my stuff at home, which I'm clearly never getting back now, and now I have to replace it. >.<
9. I'm not hugely sentimental and mostly consider postcards to be a waste of space, time and trees, but I'm basically in prison (not literally, but that's what it feels like), so I get super excited about snail mail. So, if you want to drop me a line, I'd highly appreciate it.
Here's my address. Yes, I'm putting my address on the Internet just like that. If you want to come kill me - I dare you. If you want to come rob me, you'd be really bummed out, there's nothing to take.