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A fancy book filled with lots of unusual knowledge so they can come prepared with interesting trivia the next time conversation falls flat.
A grill tool box complete with spatula, fork, tongs, basting brush, grill brush, salt and pepper shakers, corn holders, and skewers, all encased in a fancy aluminum case. They’ll feel like they’re on a special mission to make the perfect burger.
A dehydrator for dried fruits, jerky, fruit leather, spices, dog treats, and any other thirsty-looking foods.
Why So Ever Bards Dispense Profanity — a fun party game that uses actual Shakespeare quotes to create some pretty hilarious situations.
A murder mystery book featuring 20 cases that need to be solved by you and your partner, aka Holmes and Watson.
A personalized cookbook for your own personal Chrissy Teigen so they can keep track of all their favorite recipes.
Fog of Love, which is part board game and part romantic comedy. Players meet, fall in love, and deal with all the ups and downs that come with some new relationships (plus some extra obstacles that are maybe less-than-realistic to spice up the gameplay).
An elegant initial necklace for a seemingly thoughtful gift, even if you buy it super last minute. Thank yooou, Amazon Prime!
Work•Space•Spark ready to send them everything they need to feel supported as they work from home. They can expect stuff like office decor, productivity tools, and online career development resources so they can live in their new home office.
A bag of Death Wish Coffee for people who like their coffee as black and intense as the Grim Reaper’s cloak.
Or a subscription to Atlas Coffee Club so their taste buds can travel to new countries every morning.
A 3-in-1 charging stand to keep their phone, pods, and watch fully-charged and right at eye-level so the “where is my phone?” conversation can happen, like 20% less.
The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack — a celebration of 10 years of the internet’s favorite dark comic strip. Just seeing the cover is making me so nostalgic for being online in 2005.
A subscription to Book of the Month because they’re going to need SOMETHING to do while hiding inside from the cold weather.
Tequila Mockingbird — a book that takes inspiration from literature to make punny and delicious cocktail recipes.
A selection of Cadbury chocolate treats that’ll let you bring them their favorite desserts from across the pond. It’s sooo much cheaper than a plane ticket.
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