“A Dell mini- laptop—they’re really small and nice. Also a green Moncler jacket and a green G-Shock watch.”
Deshawn Frazier, 15, student
Dell Inspiron Mini 10, from $349 at Best Buy (622 Broadway, nr. W. Houston St.; 212-673-4067).
“A chocolate brown peacoat that doesn’t look too grungy that I could wear with brown boots.”
Rochelle Kramer, 20, student
Fox-trimmed peacoat, $398 at Searle (635 Madison Ave., nr. 59th St.; 212-750-5153).
“Gummy bears from Germany and a special edition of the graphic novel Watchmen. I’ve had my eye on that for a while.”
Taylor White, 25, comedian
Watchmen: The Absolute Edition, $75 at Gotham City Comics (796 Lexington Ave., nr. 62nd St.; second fl.; 212-980-0009).
“A blue scooter, so I can drive to work on the Lower East Side from Brooklyn. And socks and underwear—you can never have enough.”
Jackson Smith, 28, gelato maker
Piaggio FLY 50, $1,999 at Potamkin Manhattan (706 Eleventh Ave., nr. 50th St.; 212-708-3170).
“An Audi TT, shirts and ties from Brooks Brothers, and a new briefcase.”
Norman Michaels, 58, insurance salesman
Twill briefcase, $445 at Jack Spade (56 Greene St., nr. Broome St.; 212-625-1820).
“A paid vacation to Portugal, Jessica Simpson perfume, and a great red dress.”
Roxanna Leardo, 51, city clerk
Calvin Klein satin dress, $159 at Macy’s (151 W. 34th St., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-695-4400).
“I would love a big new fryer for my kitchen.”
Gustavo Tzoc, 28, chef
Waring Pro Professional deep fryer, $99.99 at Bed Bath & Beyond .