1. A pasta boat
2. A ride on an "electric bull"
3. Buckyballs magnetic balls
4. A brand on her skin. Like ranchers give to their cows.
I suppose in humans it's called decorative scarring. She finds metal things with cool patterns and says she'd like to heat them up and brand herself.
That's it. I got her the Buckyballs, but I didn't get her a pasta boat because why does a ten year old need a pasta boat? She thinks it's neat, but she doesn't cook pasta so it would be stupid, not to mention lame, to get her cookware, wouldn't it? As far as the mechanical bull goes, I think that could be put into the "irresponsible parenting" category. First of all, the only mechanical bulls I've ever seen are in honky tonk bars (yeah, I've been to a few. What?) and they are pretty wild places, not exactly the place to have a kid's birthday party (but that would be her DREAM) and even if it wasn't in a bar, I don't think a machine that simulates shaken baby syndrome is the best thing for a child. Even a huge, practically grown child. Why would she want that? Why is she so weird? She got what she wanted for Christmas and she LOVES it:
A wolf mascot costume. She's wanted it for years and she finally got it. When asked where on earth she would ever wear something like this, her answer was, "EVERYWHERE!" She likes it a lot but it's kind of hot so she doesn't wear it as much as she would like to. She manages to get it on quite a bit though, regardless of the heat factor.
She likes to share the experience and tries to get everyone to try on the head, but people are reluctant because it's beginning to smell like the worst smells of her head. My mother-in-law said that when she tried it on it smelled like potato-chip-breath.