One of the things I did get, which I'd almost forgotten asking for - though, let's face it, I was so ill over Christmas that I'd forgotten most of my name - was this: a Nintendo Classic Mini. That's the official name - you know it better as the NES Mini, the shrunk-down version of the Nintendo Entertainment System. That's correct: the one with 30 games stuffed into its guts.
A few people have been a bit sniffy about the NES Mini (I'm steadfast in calling it that, in the hope that they'll do a SNES Mini), because all of the games are already available on the Nintendo Store.
Or - let's face it - freely available online.
Or because they think scoffing at popular things makes them look cool.
Plus, some people have even made their own miniature NES out of a Raspberry Pi, and believe that being able to do that makes them better than the rest of us.
Well, bully for all of them, the bunch of sneering, arrogant elitists. The second I laid eyes on the NES Mini I wanted one, and now I have one, and it's one of my favourite things ever, and I don't even feel the need to show off about it.
How do you like them apples?