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The 8 CRAZIEST gifts of this holiday season revealed [SLIDESHOW]

Koala McDidgeridoo
Contributor

Neiman Marcus just released its annual Christmas catalogue, including its eight “fantasy gifts.”

The fantasy gifts are all crazy. Some are crazy awesome, like a limited edition Aston Martin for just over $340,000. Others are crazy in the sense you would have to be clinically insane to buy them, like a chance to spend a weekend sleeping in a glass house for $30,000. Check out all the gifts below and decide for yourself what kind of crazy each happens to be.

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  • For just $150,000, you can get a "Bespoke Global Falconry Companion." The package comes complete with the essentials, like a cigar carrying case and several hoods, including one made "of calf and blue ostrich with a black ostrich inlay and a blue sapphire bead."  (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For $11,000, you can get a Ciclotte. Apparently it is some type of exercise machine. But it is hard to tell for sure. We suggest you just buy it to find out.  (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For those of you who like to see where your blood diamonds come from, you'll love the "Forevermark Ultimate Diamond Experience." Costing just a tad over $1.8 million, you'll journey from De Beers' London headquarters to a boat off Namibia. You'll also get some type of fancy diamond and a book detailing your journey, among other things. And just to be clear, despite the joke about seeing where your blood diamond was mined, Neiman Marcus assures its customers that "the local population benefits from Forevermark's responsible sourcing of diamonds." (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For $30,000, you'll get to spend the weekend in the Connecticut glass house of architect Philip Johnson, who you probably never heard of but Neiman Marcus assures is a "world-renowned architect and art patron." (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For $80,000, you can get Indian Larry's "Question Everything" motorcycle. And for $750,000, you can get Indian Larry's "Wild Thing" motorcycle. Here's hoping Indian Larry is some motorcycle-making guru and not some hobo on the street. (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • If you're mentally insane and have $20,000 to spare, you can get Jeff Koons' "Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus" sculpture. "According to the artist," the catalogue states, "this version, made from polyurethane resin, represents the link between past, present, and future vintages of Dom Pérignon, as well as the continuity of the human experience symbolized by Venus." So profound. (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For only $1.5 million or $2.64 million --- depending on the model --- you can get the "Ultimate Outdoor Entertainment System." Well, actually, it seems if you spend only $1.5 million, your entertainment system won't quite be the ultimate. Might as well not be a cheapskate and spend the extra $1.14 million to get the best. (Photo: Neiman Marcus)
  • For $344,500, you can get one of just 10 Neiman Marcus 2014 Aston Martin Vanquish Volantes. We would like to make a joke, but the car looks pretty sick. (Photo: Neiman Marcus)