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You won’t find any of these items at the bottom of a pile of soccer moms at your local Wal-Mart. In fact, you won’t find them in many stores at all. This is the gear you’d ask Santa for and he’d even be like, “Whoa, who do I look like, Mark Zuckerberg?” While you probably won’t find any of these drool-inducing items wrapped up awaiting your eager hands this holiday season, a guy can dream, can’t he? Maybe a sibling just hit the lottery or you saved some rich dude’s life and he won’t accept your faux modesty. Whatever your imaginary scenario, here’s a few things you might be asking for. If money was no object, this would be our wishlist.

Tom Burr Table-Tennis Table – $45,000

The Macallan 55 Year Old Scotch Whiskey in Lalique – $12,000

Aurumania Gold Bike Crystal Edition – $107,000

Bugatti Gold Diva Espresso Coffee Machine – $4,400

Zafirro Iridium Razor – $100,000

Ultrasone Edition 10 Headphones – $2,750

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport – $2 Million

One Degree of Freedom Turntable – $150,000

Phase One IQ180 Digital Camera – $47,990

Patek Philippe Sky Moon Tourbillion 5002 P – $1.5 million

What would be on your wishlist if money was no object? Let us know in the comments.

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