IT'S STILL NOT TOO LATE TO BUY SOMETHING AWESOME! And if it is, you can always just do an "IOU/SHITTY SHIPPING" printout like I had to do for my dad this year. Anyhoo, of course, loads of greatness on Etsy this year. Here are a few ideas.
And even better and a totes awesome last-minute gift: the 2010 PDF Calendar! I got one of these last year and for $5, I printed out calendar gifts for at least ten friends. Here's a few of my favorites this year. Just print, cut, tie with ribbon, and boom! the gift that gives all year long.
It's not too late to buy something awesome for the awesomest peeps in your life. I'll be posting some great ideas from around the interwebs over the next few days. Don't forget to enter your free shipping codes.
Sure, you may or may not love eating sushi, but who doesn't love CUDDLING WITH IT?! Plush Sushi, $9.99 at ThinkGeek.
But seriously, for a true help in the kitchen, Onion Goggles are a lifesaver. I got them last year and just love them. Sometimes I just wear them around the house, ya know, for awesomeness. Onion Goggles, $24.99 and worth every penny. At ThinkGeek.
During an interview for The Wendy Williams show airing later this week, Miss Piggy stated, "My Kermie is nothing like [Tiger]. I just want to say, he would never do anything untoward moi, but, if he did, you can rest assured there'd be a hole in one, and he'd be the one!"
I am back from cruising through Central America (AWESOME!) and thrilled to be back FOR YOU!
Let's kick this off with a Happy Hanukkah shout out and tribute to my favorite Jew on TV ever, on his birthday. I love you Seth Cohen. We would have such fun together, eating bagels with your parents Sandy and Kirsten, listening to Death Cab and rocking our duo Jewfros. You are awesome, Adam Brody. Happy 30th Birthday.