So, there’s still 10 shopping days left until Christmas (if you count today as being over). You’re stuck for an idea. What do you do? (Besides going to our Yak Mall that is to find that perfect gift). You check out the various lists we have here of the Top 10 Holiday Gift ideas!
Cashmere Ruffle Sweater
Robert Graham shirts
Marc Jacobs handbag
Tom Ford sunglasses
Designer Makeup bag
Top 10 Book Gifts –
“The Imperfectionists” by Tom Rachman
“Savages” by Don Winslow
“Just Kids” by Patti Smith
“Faithful Place” by Tana French
“A Great Unrecorded History: A New Life of E.M. Forster” by Wendy Moffat
“Fifth Avenue, 5 a.m.: Audrey Hepburn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s And The Dawn Of The Modern Woman” by Sam Wasson
“61 Hours” by Lee Child
“The Warmth Of Other Suns: The Epic Story Of America’s Great Migration” by Isabel Wilkerson
“The Death Of American Virtue: Clinton Vs. Starr” by Ken Gormley
“Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand” by Helen Simonson
Top 10 Holiday Toy Ideas:
Air Hogs Hawkeye Helicopter
Spy Net Video Watch
Scrabble Flash Cubes
Dance Star Mickey
WowWee Paper Jamz
Bossa Nova Penbo Penguin Robot
Top 10 Gifts For Him
Artland Elegance Vodka Set
Bose Headphone (make sure they’re the noise cancelling ones, I have them and it’s the best $130 I ever spent)
Vialta Phone Video Station
Sony miniDV Video Camera
Canon Digital Camera
Cyclone II Foosball Table
Flat Panel Monitor/LCD Screen
Digital Camera Binoculars (as long as he’s not a Peeping Tom perv!)
Sony Ericsson P910i
Portable Satellite Radio Receiver
Top 10 Annoying Gifts To Give A Kid
Knick Knacks (seriously, what kid wants a Willow Tree people figurine? I like them, but I’m not a kid)
Toys that play music – kids may like them but most parents want to throw them through the window after hours on end hearing it.
Giant stuffed animals – smaller ones are fine because they’re easier to put away but unless you want to build an extra room in the house, don’t get the kid a five foot high panda.
Clothes the kid’s already outgrown – It’s called a phone, pick it up and ask mom/dad what size the kid wears.
Nursery decor that clashes with the actual nursery – If you don’t know the theme of the nursery, call and ask, don’t assume. How good will it be if you buy something jungle themed and the nursery theme is the circus?
Crochet blankets – Okay, this one is tricky. I crochet all the time and make blankets, but think about how many parents must get already!
Seasonally inappropriate clothes – Why the hell would you give a kid a summer outfit at Christmas?
Elf On The Shelf doll – Seriously creepy and anyone that’s seen Poltergeist will stay the hell away from this one (yeah yeah, no elf doll went after Robbie, but it was a stuffed clown…..close enough).
Tacky baby shoes – Nikes? Sure. Baby Sketchers? Rock on. Bejeweled flashing shoes when you stomp them with boingy laces? Seriously annoying.
Onesies with tacky wording on them – Unless you’re already in on an inside joke with the parents, stay away from the seriously cheesy wording on onesies.