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12 Insane Christmas Presents We Found Online for Your White Elephant Exchange

12 Insane Christmas Presents We Found Online for Your White Elephant Exchange

It’s that time of year, when you gather with your friends, co-workers or small group members, for the white elephant Christmas gift exchange.

You know the drill: You all gather together to exchange gifts in the form of a game where people can opt to swap out their present for someone else’s or pick a new unopened one.

But what should you contribute that’s both funny and useful to the person who ends up with it? We’ve put together this handy list of weird stuff we found on the internet—in a variety of price ranges—to enhance your gift exchange.

You now have no excuse to show up with a Starbucks gift card.

A 4,000-Calorie Gummy Worm

Price: $27.99
To be consumed in a single sitting.

“Apple Watch”

Price: $29.95
The iPhone 5 Wristband does everything a $400 watch does, for just $30 (that is, presuming the recipient already owns an iPhone). Either way, it’s definitely an upgrade over the cell phone belt clip.

HeadSpa Head Massager

Price: $60.95
This can be worn for head massage OR fashion reasons.

Jogging with Jesus by C. S Lovett

Price: $6.95
From Amazon: “This book shows how to enjoy the benefits of jogging and at the same time develop a glorious relationship with the Lord.”

Some Subtle Religious Art

Price: $29

The piece is called “Separation of Church” and would look great in your foyer.

Some Christian Tunes

Price: Probably Priceless
“The Unseen Hand” is the perfect gift for the vinyl record collector in the group.

Home Protection Kit

Price: There’s no price you can put on personal safety.
The only problem is, this gift is a little difficult to wrap.

A Sassy Big Dog Shirt

Price: $17.99
Wear the shirt out for a night out on the town, and people will know you have a sense of humor AND some attitude.


Price: $10.92
Modesty, for your hands.

A Sleeping Bag with Legs

Price: No clue. This is a very rare item, so pay whatever they are asking.
We don’t know how to read this language so it’s not totally clear what exactly this is or why it doesn’t have arm holes, but some questions are probably better left unanswered.

An Autographed Picture of Tony Danza

Price: $54.99
Hopefully, there is someone named “Jason” at the party.

2003 Chevy Malibu

Price: $2,950
You’ll just need to arrange for pick-up in Covina, California.

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