You can tell from all of the diamonds that lots of women have voted. Sears says that men are two times more likely than women to want electronics with the men's top gift list having (in order) MP3 player, notebook computer, digital camera, electronics, entertainment system, video game system, outerwear, jeans, shirts, and watches.
Women on the other hand are 30 times more likely to ask for a fragrance, and from the looks of it jewelry. Women picked diamond rings, diamond earrings, diamond pendants, gemstone pendants, fragrances, handbag, gold necklace, activewear, bath and body gifts, and stuff for the home.
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