Now that Thanksgiving is over, and Black Friday and Cyber Monday have officially kicked off the holiday shopping season, we thought we'd give you a few ideas for those very special people on your gift list: the ones you hate.
Let's get shopping!
You know the problem with traditional tightie-whitie underpants? Exactly, they don't also double as smooth, form fitting gloves! Thanks to handerpants, the problem of "what to get for the man who has everything except a pair of hand-underpants" is solved. Personally, when it comes to hand-underwear, I'm much more of a boxers guy.
In case the person you are shopping for is not only stuck in the 1980s, but also hates salt, (shouldn't you be able to twist it another way and have salt come out?) this perplexing pepper mill might just be the perfect gift. Or at the very least, a Rubik's cube they can solve without breaking it into chunks with a screwdriver. And there's pepper in it, so it's got that going for it too.
Like the handerpants, this is another item from the Archie McPhee collection. To be honest, almost everything they sell over there is pretty stupid, in a strangely compelling "I want that" kind of way. We almost included the Tic Tac Toast, but decided the wallet was just a little dumber, mainly because it was more expensive. Also, for that person in your life who would appreciate a wallet that looks like a piece of toast, it makes a great gift, because they likely can't afford one for themselves. After all, nothing says "the interior of my wallet isn't likely to excite you" more than saying "look how exciting the exterior of my wallet is!"
We all know what bears do in the woods, but where do they do what they do right before that? Thanks to the remote control operated, (and tremendously creatively named) "Farting Bear," the answer to that question is "anywhere." Including shipping and handling, this toy, let's call it "Poo-Bear," (how hard was that?) costs about $20, and also provides a handy answer to that timeless question "why do the terrorists hate us so much?"
Does someone on your shopping list take their iPod everywhere?
If you are the type of person who has no problem taking fifty dollars and just wiping your butt with it, this one of a kind item allows you to embrace the holiday spirit, pull a $50 bill out of your toast wallet and allow someone else to wipe their butt with it. Kind of makes you feel warm inside, doesn't it?