Remember how you were telling me about public amazonoble.com wish lists? Where friends could see what you want and buy it for you with just a couple clicks? That sure was interesting. Y'know Amazonoble also lets you set up private lists that only you can see, called "Buy This Later," Lists where you can also add embarrassing stuff like fungus cream and wart remover or "Dr. Sasquatch's Depilatory for Extremely Hairy Chicks." Wouldn't it be awful if someone were to press the wrong button and all that private stuff showed up on that's person's wish list? Um, 'sauce me. I've got something to do. Wouldn't it be awful if someone had printed that list out?
Y'know the worst part of Christmas? Not knowing if people are gonna like the gifts you give 'em. Let's say that - hypothetically speaking - some thoughtful friend were to spare you that anxiety by setting up a wish list on amazoble.com. That way, you could go to your friend's website and find out exactly what she (or he) wants, ranked in order of preference. Amazoble will wrap your order, write a card and deliver it. Just a few clicks, you're done. You wouldn't waste time thinking about what your friend would want, and she'd get that "Dirty Girls Social Club" novel when wanted. it's a win-win. If hypothetically, that's what's on her - or his - wish list. I'm not too sure I like this century.