NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Online retailer Amazon.com released its "Best of 2004" lists, and it seems that many of you got just what you wanted...but a few others are wondering why your aunt thought you needed the Black & Decker jar opener.
The online retailer released four lists -- best sellers, best reviewed, most sought on wish lists and most given as a gift -- including each of its several merchandise categories.
Some of the most popular gifts this year included the "Pirates of the Caribbean" DVD, the iPod mini (in silver of course), Eddie Bauer horseshoes and sterling silver blue topaz earrings, according to Amazon.
Norah Jones' "Feels Like Home" CD topped the list of most wished for music and most popular gift, making everyone happy.
In the personal care department, you asked for it and you got it: the Panasonic Nose and Ear Hair Groomer topped wish lists and was the No. 1 gift.
You also got, but didn't ask for, Straight-Line laser tape to calculate the area and volume of spaces. It was the top electronic gift.
When it comes to books, many Amazon customers wished for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents America (The Book)" but were given the less funny "Da Vinci Code" by Dan Brown.
Video gamers will also have to be more specific next year, it seems you wanted "Grand Theft Auto" but received "Super Mario" instead. It appears that those who wanted the game targeted to older audiences ended up buying it themselves, making it the best seller in the category and they were not disappointed -- it also topped the list of most loved video game.
For the ladies who wished for the best selling UGG Australia 'Classic Short' Boot but unwrapped a pair of Hue furry socks, better luck next year.