It’s the time of year where basically everything is on sale, and that includes stuff you want, and stuff you didn’t know existed. While everyone else is out busting doors for TVs today, here are some hilarious items you can shop from the comfort of your own home. And bonus, you won’t have to hit up the drug store on the way to your office holiday party because you’ll already have the perfect White Elephant gift.
Marble car phone, sale $24.99 (reg. $34): Get you a non-working Zack Morris phone that serves as a bookend, a paperweight, or a reminder of your days as a popular teen.
Turkey salt & pepper shaker set, sale $16.99 (reg. $22.99): It’s too late to get this thematically appropriate spice decor for your Thanksgiving table, but there’s always Christmas.
Scaredy cat figurine, sale $19.82 (reg. $26.99): Another missed holiday opportunity, but perhaps you’d like what looks like a serious taxidermy fail up all year round. We’re not here to judge.
Best Gift Ever tunic sweater, sale $32 (reg. $39.99): Ugly sweaters are de rigueur this time of year, but this one is the clothing equivalent of the maternity shoot your friend from high school flooded your Insta feed with.
Hear-No, See-No, Speak-No Evil Elephants, sale $19.90 (reg. $27.90): Why should monkeys have all the fun? Any other decor is now irrelephant.
The Good Life Hand Painted Artwork, sale $35.47 (reg. $71.74): If you’d rather be wasting away in Margaritaville, then this pup is clearly living your best life. We’re kind of jealous TBH.
Jonathan Adler Vodka candle, sale $30.99 (reg. $42): Or perhaps you’d rather your home smell like an underground vodka bar in Moscow. Technically most vodka doesn’t have a scent (sorta like water doesn’t), but JA’s version smells like “zest lime slices, pink grapefruit, tonic spritzer, crushed cilantro, gin accord, bamboo water, fresh musk, sheer woods.” Okay, we’re actually into that.
Doghouse Hollywood Hat Nutcracker, sale $58.99 (reg. $105): Nutcrackers are generally over the top, but this one has a dog house on its head, complete with a crown wearing pup, which makes the “Dogs Rule” sign pretty redundant, don’t you think?