Who is the Hardest?

@kellys3ps (3726)
United States
October 21, 2008 10:05am CST
Who is the hardest person to shop for on your holiday gift list? In my family, my husband would say that person is me - I never know what I want! Do you have a person in your family that you just don't know what to get them?
5 responses
@bowtieguy (5925)
• United States
24 Oct 08
I would have to say my sister is the hardest person to shop for, it always seems like there isn't anything that she dosen't already have. I roam the stores aimlessly every year trying to find the right gift for her, she is always the last one on my list since it takes me twice as long as everyone else.
@Pigglies (9339)
• United States
23 Oct 08
My brother is definitely the hardest person to shop for this year. Usually it is my mom, but now I've already finished buying her present this year. She wanted a black pearl necklace and that is what I bought her. The only hint I had from my brother is that he wants black slip on shoes with a design on the front. And so far, I cannot find any that don't have a Christian theme on the front (he's not religious so I don't want to get him anything with a cross or an I Love Jesus thing on them).
@jfeets726 (775)
• United States
22 Oct 08
My partner is the hardest to buy for. We live together and I know that he already has everything he needs. As for wants, lol he never seems to know. I want to make sure I get him the perfect gift, so it can be very frustrating when I get an “I don’t know,” response.
@lisa0502 (1726)
• Canada
21 Oct 08
My husband would also say it is me. But I would have to say that there are a couple of the kids that are hardest to buy for. The first boy is my step son and his mom buys him everything...so what do you get? The second is my boy and he is blind. We live on a fixed income so do not have a lot of money, it seems like every year it is the same things.
@sunshine4 (8708)
• United States
21 Oct 08
The hardest person is my sister and her husband. We pick names in our family and we all hope that we don't get either of them. They have no children and lots of money, so when they want something, they buy it for themselves. The spare no expense on what they purchase either, so forget about shopping at Walmart or a discount store for them.