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    49 Gifts Your Favorite Weirdo Will Probably Appreciate

    Prepare thyself for a Facetime with a zombie.

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    1. A trio of ornaments including Dracula, a werewolf, and Frankenstein just begging for front-and-center positioning on their black Christmas tree. 

     trio of ornaments including Dracula, a Werewolf, and Frankenstein
    Amazon

    I, a total weirdo, just got these for my own black Christmas tree! Check out my TikTok featuring them.

    Promising review: "The colors, the shine, the detail, the size (not super small)...perfect!! I want more!!" —Linda

    Get them from Amazon for $25.57.

    Shipping info: Will arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

    2. Or a Krampus Christmas ornament complete with a basket full of naughty kids. Who needs Elf of the Shelf when you can hang this at eye level on the tree? Gotta love an excuse to watch the holiday film by the same name. 

    half goat half demon ornament on christmas tree
    Amazon

    Promising review: "When I realized that my kids were getting a little too entitled when it came to gift expectations, I knew some old school motivation would help. Adding Krampus to our tree decorations serves as a constant, watchful reminder that the holidays are not a 'win-win' for kids — there's an expectation and requirement to be humble and kind in exchange for the rewards they expect...and violent, rage-filled punishment in a copper pot or burlap sack if they don't meet those requirements.

    Sounds like a healthy addition to any child's formative years to me, and I'm happy with my purchase!" —Bradums

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95. Also check out the matching tree topper

    Shipping info: Available on Amazon Prime with 2-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

    3. A carbonated bubble clay mask for a funny effect that'll also help 'em clear out their pores. Maybe buy some for yourself too and schedule a Facetime?

    4. A worst-case scenario cookbook for the person who has a bug-out bag and has been taking notes from all those soap-operatic seasons of The Walking Dead.

    the cover of "Eating through the zombie apocalypse"

    5. And some SKIN1004 Zombie Pack Face Masks will make them (briefly) look like their fave kind of horror movie monster while it goes to work tightening  pores and minimizing the appearance of wrinkles. 

    Promising review: "This really works. I am always skeptical of products I buy online because you can't be sure who is posting reviews but I will say that this mask does what it says it will do. I will definitely purchase again." —JEaston

    Get a box of eight masks from Amazon for $24.

    Shipping info: Available on Amazon Prime with 2-day shipping, non-Prime shipping options will still arrive by Christmas (see Amazon's full shipping information here).

    6. A screaming goat that'll make them say "it me" when it shrieks on their behalf.

    the screaming toy goat and a small pocket guide

    7. A Star Wars Light Saber chopsticks set for the pal who's already accrued every single Baby Yoda thing.

    unlit lightsaber chopsticks
    a gif of a buzzfeed editor using the glowing, blue chopsticks to eat sushi
    www.amazon.com, Emma Lord / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I purchased these for a friend's birthday present (he is a sushi waiter) and these are flippin' AMAZING. I ordered two sets by mistake, but I am totally keeping the second pair for another gift (or for myself!). These are sure to be great conversation pieces and attention-getters. Way to go!" —T. Redwood

    Get two pairs from Amazon for $14.97.

    8. The Book of Unusual Knowledge in case they're always dropping the most obscure facts on you. Give 'em this and you won't have to listen to the same facts over and over!

    a reviewer photo of the cover of the book

    9. A not-so-basic T-shirt made of natural fibers like CRAB SHELLS (yes, really) to help reduce odor and stay fresh between washes. Weird + practical FTW.

    10. A photo pillow custom made with their fave meme that you apparently were the 483494745757th person to send to them on IG. As a horror girlie who salivates over 1) Skeet Ulrich in Scream and 2) Flamin' Hot Cheetos, I made this pillow on my own and it's my favorite thing in my apartment. 

    I indeed found this meme on IG and knew it had to be mine in one physical form or another. So I created a Shutterfly pillow with it! It sits on my couch and often freaks out people I'm video chatting with because it looks like he's always staring at you. It also makes me want some Flamin' Hot Cheetos! 

    Get it from Shutterfly for $22.99+ (available in various sizes and photo configurations).

    Shipping info: Order by Dec. 15 for economy shipping in time for Christmas. Expedited shipping options are also available. 

    11. A coffee mug that transforms from solid black to utter perfection that your pal who dragged you on a New Orleans cemetery tour to see Nic Cage's pyramid tomb will certainly treasure. (I'm describing myself.)

    12. Or a "coffee pot" mug for the person who, genuinely, loves the stuff so much that you hope to all that is holy that they never discover espresso.

    13. A pound of cereal marshmallows so they don't have to pick out all the marshmallows out of your shared boxes of Lucky Charms. Sigh.

    Reviewer holding the one-pound bag

    14. A scenic wall calendar any animal lover with an appreciation for all facets of nature will adore.

    15. Bacon bandages because they swear that bacon makes anything taste better. Let's see how it fares for scrapes and cuts.

    bandages that look like strips of bacon

    16. A set of Globbles that'll be a nice get-away-from-the-computer exercise in getting out a bit of stress and frustration...especially if they're always ALWAYS balling up every form of paper to try and play basketball with the waste basket. This'll be a similar, fruitful exercise. 

    Reviewer holding six squishy balls in different rainbow colors in their hand
    reviewer throwing them all the wall where they stick

    They're squishy and can stick to all kinds of surfaces *without* leaving behind a mess. Check out a TikTok of the Globbles in action. 

    Promising review: "Bought a six-pack for my neurodivergent family. We are all either ADHD or autistic. I struggle with compulsive hair pulling and bought these to help keep my hands busy. They are the perfect size, more satisfying than a stress ball, clean easily, fun to hurl at the wall or ceiling, and so far have lasted very well. I did test the durability of one and did break one when I pulled it as hard as I could —the inside looks something like shaving cream and didn’t smell or anything. But if you have a kid who is an aggressive chewer, perhaps keep an eye on them." —Amazon Customer

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $10.69

    17. A boba tumbler they can drink boba from. Or just make intense eye contact with from across the room when they're feeling thirsty.

    cute boba drink container with a face on it

    18. And a six-pack of boba earrings that'll just look the CUTEST.

    small earrings with boba glasses

    19. A *mythical* meats jerky set to help settle the debate about just how tough a werewolf or chupacabra meat is. Oh, and they're keto-friendly!

    the jerky stick set

    20. A desktop Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy they can dance along to because it's a little weird just HOW good they are at that dance.

    the wacky inflatable guy

    21. A Chewbacca seatbelt cover so The Force (rather than rubs and seatbelt burns) will always be with them.

    22. A cat-carrying backpack in case they've been trying to train their cat on a leash but it hasn't quite taken yet. Tbh, an astronaut-looking cat is an even more delightful view for passersby!

    person with a backpack on that has a clear window so you can see the cat in it

    23. A mixed bag of edible bugs because you've heard them claim they'd be game for trying some bugs as a protein source. First up, the silk worm!

    bag of bugs

    24. Cleansing goo for the detail-oriented slime fan that'll turn out to be extremely practical!

    25. A couple of urinal shot glasses they'll need, OK? Even if they have a kitchen cabinet shelf full of shot glasses. These'll make the rest a total wash.

    urinal-shaped shot glasses

    26. A Krispy Kreme x Jelly Belly set for the person who more or less runs on sugar. Or whose sleepwalking alter ego loooooooves candy. Whatever, these'll be a solid choice for lots of folks.

    Krispy Kreme jelly ban set

    27. A ramen hoodie (in chicken or beef flavor!) that'll turn into their WFH uniform. They're gonna need those matching pants too.

    28. A shrimp neck pillow to cradle them — even if they're allergic to the real deal.

    29. A pair of reading glasses can let them look at stuff while horizontal so whoever's in the living room can never truly tell if they're asleep or not. No changing the channel from the rodeo rerun from eight years ago on the TV with the loud buzzing at 11:03 p.m. on a Tuesday. Nope. Do not even walk toward the remote. (OK these are also practical.)

    person lying down wearing the glasses and watching TV.

    30. A gnome riding a corgi because they're all full up on cute corgi coffee mugs and enamel pins.

    statue of a corgi with a horse-like saddle on it and a garden gnome riding it

    31. Dr. Pimple Popper's game for the person who can't get enough of her addictive videos. ::raises hand::

    the face in the game with a person pulling the pimples out

    32. A Watch Ya' Mouth game will provide a hilarious twist to family game night for the person who's game for everything. Or just brags about how good they are at talking to the dentist. Enough with the bragging!

    33. Or a Butts in Space card game for some gaming with considerably less drool. At least I think so?!

    the card game box

    34. An incredibly helpful guide to farts that'll help them get the most important answers to life's questions.

    Does It Fart?: The Definitive Field Guide to Animal Flatulence

    35. A motion-activated toilet light that I guarantee SOMEONE on your gift list will love.

    toilet lit up with pink light