A huggable life-sized replica of Seth McFarlane’s character in the movie Ted. Available in two variants: a clean version that speaks 12 lines from the movie and an R-rated one with 5 lines.
If you watched the Meet the Pyro video, you’ll recognize the Balloonicorn, a beautiful creature that sprung forth fully formed from the beautiful mind of Team Fortress 2’s resident psychotic.
If you think the inflatable and LEGO kind are not manly enough, this hand-painted T-Rex hunter’s trophy is for you. Kids will be impressed with your hunting prowess and taxidermy skills.
Break the ice and stay clean with the Maybe You Touched Your Genitals Hand Sanitizer. It’s one of a series of goofy sanitizers by Blue Q. It’s the stock photo on the cover that gets us.
The Scorzie is a drink cozy that has built-in Home and Away score rings that go up to 21, perfect for scoring beer pong games. It could also be what Martin Scorsese’s closest friends call him.
If you’d like to sleep on a map of your favorite city but find these to be too loud, check out City Quilts. They’re hand-stitched using 100% cotton and are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
This funny pillow by Etsy seller Yellow Bug Boutique is perfect as a quirky gift, or a subtle reminder to procrastinators. It’s also available in white and as a beer bottle cozy and as a button.
Tools and accessories for the avid cyclist. It comes with a set of polish, wax, sprocket and gear oil and bug repellent, plus a bell and bike lights, all stored in a bag made of recycled inner tubes.
We’d still rather have this candle, but if you want to mask the stench of your leftovers and dirty laundry, you’d be better off with these masculine-themed scented candles from Yankee Candle.
The frost is strong in this one. This is still our favorite Star Wars-themed ice cube tray, but this mold of the Sith Lord’s head comes pretty close. Makes up to six Vader heads at once.
Soft Cities makes fleece blankets and cotton napkins printed with a Google Map-style drawing of your location of choice. Arrow markers can also be added. This is the Midnight Commander design.
Designed by Max Knecht, Clump-o-Lump is the plush version of the classic Matchbox Connectables line. Each toy has three parts held together by zippers, so kids can swap or combine parts.
Troubled by the complexity of tying a bow onto gifts? You might want to go with Fred & Friends wrapping paper for the lazy man, which pops a bow right off the paper, thanks to (included) 3D glasses.
(NSFW: Language) A hilarious gift for loved ones who don’t feel good about themselves. The stuffed toys from Chad Silver’s Love is Lame collection are like sassier versions of Care Bears.
Send your portrait to Etsy seller lilimandrill and they’ll hand-draw and hand-carve a chunk of rubber and turn your faces into stamps. A unique yet easy way of marking personalized stationery.
Think Google is going to let all those awesome Doodles go to waste? At the Google Doodle store, you can order the doodles as prints, on T-shirts, mugs and even stamps and skateboard decks.
Honor the best number cruncher or sports gamer with the Armchair series by Fantasy Trophies. The trophies are made of urethane with bronze finish. We should get one for our NBA 2K12 league.
A great gift for kids and kids at heart. Let your creative juice flow and make straws that let you share a drink, or even better, straws that let you sip from more than one beverage at once.
A great gift for wanna-be ballers and high rollers. Pretend to burn a roll of Benjamins for less than a Hamilton. It would’ve been funnier if you had to light up the roll itself though.
A simple and practical way of preserving memories, the Ticket Stub Diary comes with sleeves that fit a variety of ticket sizes – or photos of your stamped wrist – and also a margin for annotation.
Bundled gifts composed of four magazines and snacks. You can choose to send sweet or savory food, as well as the kind of magazine to send. It’s a shame you can’t add booze to the bundle.
The talent collective at Blue Q offers a funny series of packaged teas to clear up everyday problems, like erasing your past, getting good karma and being a better parent. Yes, but does it really work?
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