We're still waiting for the day we go to sleep and wake up in the magical world of K-dramas, where anything is possible.
*sings* In a pandemic kind of world, I'm glad I've got my girls 📻🎶
Now Playing: Nothing, which is why they'll love these gifts.
They're no falling in love with the owner of a tree farm in a small town after attending a Christmas festival, but they're pretty good.
You may not be Dorinda, but you can still try to make this holiday season nice.
*"When You Wish Upon a Star" plays faintly in the background*
Magic is ours now. Oh, and we'll take these gifts, too.
So they'll always know you're "doing it all for love."
“Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours.” — Olaf, and you choosing to gift these products instead of keeping them all for yourself.
Text from Gringotts after reading this post: "Did you spend $900 at Etsy? Confirm yes or no."
The Death Star grinder will be perfect for grinding your... spices. 😏
Make your loved one as happy as Totoro with an umbrella this holiday season with one of these quirky gifts.
Dundie Awards, "Dwigt" pins, Serenity by Jan candles, and lots much more — but no $200 plasma TV, sorry.
"I'll have what they're having." —anyone watching someone open these gifts.
Netflix is cool and all, but so are these gift ideas.
Not included: expensive sushi or a cute huge yacht.
The One Where You Probably Win The Award For Best Gift.
Because, yes, Netflix. They *are* still watching.