What I want: an errand boy to run to the grocery store for me so I don’t have to go out and possibly freeze to death in a snowdrift.
What I don’t want:
They’re pewter. They’re shaped like moose. They’re salt and pepper shakers. I don’t want them, but they kind of crack me up, because: who does?
You have $65 burning a hole in your pocket: what do you buy before buying these? Go.
Those giant gummy bears that weigh 4 1/2 pounds. One each of cherry and pineapple.
My mom would love these – she loves moose. She would not, however, approve of that price tag. $15 and I’m all over ’em for next Christmas.
one of those backscratchers you’re supposed to use on yourself.
I want the errand boy too but I want him year round!
These are like fancy versions of cow salt and pepper shakers my grandma has. So maybe she would need these for special occasions – or maybe she’d give them to my uncle who lives up in the Yukon.
With $65 of “buy loony shit” money, I don’t even know where I’d start – definitely things shaped like other things, but not fancy-pants pewter versions!
The turkey alarm clock that gobbles and the snooze button sounds like a rifle shot. It’s the best thing in the Cabela’s catalog that I’ll never buy.
I’d probably go crazy at the ThinkGeek store. maybe get all of these guys: http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/d919/
I’d even have money left to go grocery shopping with!
Its funny. One of my Aunt’s gives presents like this except WAY WAY cheaper and more useless.
She gives them with serious intention but my biggest pleasure is in seeing what I’m actually going to get this year and how useless it is.
Dude, I DO want these. I enjoy me some silly moose related paraphernalia. You should see my collection of stuffed moose.
When I see these I think “Sarah Palin” – which makes me mad. I can’t believe she has gotten to me so much to the point that she has ousted Bullwinkle as the top moose reference in my brain.
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