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    What gift will kid like?

    My daughter is 7 years old, a very energetic girl. I want to give her a special Christmas gift. I plan to give her a yoga mat, but I afraid it is too thin to protect her.
    Maybe inflatable air track is a good choice. But I don't know what width, length and thickness I should select. The inflatable air track is not for professional training.
    I find imeshbean is selling this product, not very expensive. Is an inflatable air track with 3.3 width, 10ft length, and 4in thickness OK for a girl? Or an electronic piano will win her heart?

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    If you want to know what your daughter would like for Christmas....maybe you should ask her?

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    We have no idea what your daughter wants. Ask her, or talk with their other parent

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    A Red Ryder BB gun with a compass in the stock, and this thing which tells time.
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    Drums! She'll need to start early for this.

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    Lego Mindstorms EV3 is the best gift for a kid.
    Programmable robot with many many possibilities.

    This is an educational toy.
    My sisters kids around 9-10yo are learning with this at school, and they love it
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    Teach her how to dial child services, I have the feeling she will need to know that if her parent needs to ask randos on the internet for help.

    Honestly, how are we supposed to tell you what your daughter might like? Her being energetic is very little to go on, especially if the alternative is an electric piano, which is pretty much worthless at her age (she is probably past the point where dissonant whacking on the keys entertains her more than 5 minutes) unless she actually wants to learn how to play it. If you have no clue, either ask her directly or another adult that spends more time with her that might know what she wants.

    That is on the off chance that this isn't just some ad-spam account, since you posted almost an identical post a week ago as your first post as well.

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    Drums! She'll need to start early for this.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCcbrTwSP84

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    I'd buy one if it comes with a skimpily clad hottie.
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    I'd assume after 7 years a parent would know what their kid would like. What does she usually play with or what is she interested in? If nothing that you're aware of, take her to the toy store and let her grab something herself, have lunch with her or something.

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    https://www.amazon.com/How-Talk-Kids...=UTF8&qid=&sr=

    Just going by the fact that you're even asking a video game forum that question, I suggest you get that book for the benefit yourself and your child. I personally have found it useful, though my perspective is neither that of a parent or child, but rather that of being an elder sibling on the autism spectrum with a generational gap between myself and my younger sister (she is a child, I'm in my mid-20s).
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    A volleyball or any sports ball will do I think

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    Why would a 7 yo kid want a fucking yoga mat?! Jesus Christ!

    Buy toys! That's what a kid wants!

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    Why would a 7 yo kid want a fucking yoga mat?! Jesus Christ!

    Buy toys! That's what a kid wants!
    Cause it’s an advertisement.
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    Just ask? My niece is 5, and she's already telling me what she wants for Christmas when I ask her.
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    Steam gift card for games like the sims and minecraft, movie tickets, I pads or a switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puupi View Post
    Why are you guys responding to a bot, again​?
    At first, I thought the same thing: "this is some covert advertisement by a bot," but their post history seems genuine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rochana View Post
    At first, I thought the same thing: "this is some covert advertisement by a bot," but their post history seems genuine.
    What the hell are you smoking?

    That post history includes 4 posts which are mostly copy pastes of each other about yoga mats and imeshbean.
    Quote Originally Posted by derpkitteh View Post
    i've said i'd like to have one of those bad dragon dildos shaped like a horse, because the shape is nicer than human.
    Quote Originally Posted by derpkitteh View Post
    i was talking about horse cock again, told him to look at your sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puupi View Post
    What the hell are you smoking?

    That post history includes 4 posts which are mostly copy pastes of each other about yoga mats and imeshbean.
    Quote Originally Posted by tinnytinny View Post
    Yes, I like. But I never practice yoga
    But I will do it.
    I plan to buy an inflatable gym mat for my daughter as a Christmas gift, maybe it can be my yoga mat, too
    A wise idea

    A bot can't make that up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rochana View Post
    A bot can't make that up.
    Oh boy you greatly underestimate what even simple spam bots can do.

    It's not like they are just posting the one and same message all over.
    Quote Originally Posted by derpkitteh View Post
    i've said i'd like to have one of those bad dragon dildos shaped like a horse, because the shape is nicer than human.
    Quote Originally Posted by derpkitteh View Post
    i was talking about horse cock again, told him to look at your sig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinnytinny View Post
    My daughter is 7 years old, a very energetic girl. I want to give her a special Christmas gift. I plan to give her a yoga mat, but I afraid it is too thin to protect her.
    Maybe inflatable air track is a good choice. But I don't know what width, length and thickness I should select. The inflatable air track is not for professional training.
    I find imeshbean is selling this product, not very expensive. Is an inflatable air track with 3.3 width, 10ft length, and 4in thickness OK for a girl? Or an electronic piano will win her heart?
    Really only one thing the newer generations want now a days. The latest iShiney and a unlimited text/data plan.

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