Posted by Miranda December 20, 2010

It's that time of year when presents are plentiful and (in some cases) useless gifts are received. For your, and our entertainment, join Clutter over the next few day, as we speak to some of the worlds top movers and shakers to see what they hope to find in those gift wrapped boxes of joy.

First up we have non-other that Nottingham’s finest doodler, Mr Jon Burgerman.

C: What would you like to find under the tree this year Jon?

: Zojirushi NP-HTC18 Induction Heating 10-Cup Pressure Rice Cooker and Warmer

it's metal

it's shiny

it's expensive

it's like a robot

it makes rice!



C: What Jon Burgerman wares could your fans hope to be delivered by the big red guy (no not hell boy)?

There's so much stuff on now it's hard to pick stuff out. Big sellers have been the new colouring in wallpaper the jigsaws and prints.

Also for collectors I've finally put these never sold before toys online for sale. Extremely limited stock, never available before!


C: What excites you about 2011?

J: Living in NYC and seeing new things everyday. Meeting new people and eating new salads.

Life is short, I hope, regardless of achievement and ambition, that I have a nice time in 2011.

C: Thanks Jon, See you in the big Apple!

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