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15 Unforgettably Stupid Gift Ideas for Your White Elephant Party

15 Unforgettably Stupid Gift Ideas for Your White Elephant Party

‘Tis the season for creative, thoughtful gifts. (We won’t tell that you used a cheat sheet.) Chances are you have at least one Christmas party where you have to bring a White Elephant gift. It can be tempting to grab the first silly item you see on the shelf and call it a day, but if you want to have a memorable gift, order one of these useful but funny gifts.

1. Bob Ross Heat Changing Mug

Everyone needs a reminder that your worst mistakes are actually just happy little accidents.

2. Wacky Wavy Mini Tube Guy

This lil’ guy will quickly become your new BFF. Who needs a real friend when you’ve got Wacky Wavy Mini Tube Guy?

3. Dad Bod Belly Fanny Pack

Dad bods and fanny packs are both having a moment, so this in a way this is the most on-trend item on the list.

4. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Cheese Grater

“Shredder.” This might be the one gift you want to keep for yourself. Kowabunga!

5. Pimple Pete Game

It’s like the game of Operation, but for acne.

6. Warm Octopus Hat

A great way to stay warm and to encourage social distancing.

7. Lightsaber Chopsticks

May the Force be with you as you try to pick up a piece of sushi.

9. Bread Shaped Pillow

Get that bread, even in bed.

10. Last Supper After Dinner Mints

Have miraculously fresh breath after any dinner situation.

11. Wanna Taco Bout Jesus? T-shirt

There’s no better way to fulfill the Great Commission.

12. The Avocado Coin Purse

Honestly, no one is going to steal an avocado from a purse, so this is a pretty safe idea.

13. The Mug With A Hoop

I hear all the professional athletes drink out of this.

14. Jesus The Ultimate Deadlifter Shirt

A gift that will really flex on everyone else’s.

15. Tabletop Mini Bowling Game Set

It’s the closest most of us will ever get to having a bowling alley in our home.

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