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27 Funny Gifts For Kids That Will Have Them Laughing For Days

Because we can use all the laughter we can get this year.

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1. A Burping Bobby game where kids feed a hippo and hope that he doesn't unleash a smelly burp.

A plastic hippo emits a green mist
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When I asked my 7-year-old son if there were any funny toys kids were excited about, he immediately laughed and said, "Burping Bobby! I'm putting it on my Christmas list!" So there you go.

Promising review: "All the kids (and my dad) love this game! The seven and five-year-olds love playing it, while the three-year-old played with some help. And even the one-year-old loved waiting and watching him burp! Everyone had fun!" —Skye

Recommended for ages four and up.

Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

2. A set of funny pacifiers designed to transform any adorable baby into an absolutely hilarious one.

Pacifiers that make a baby look like they have a mustache, vampire teeth, or hillbilly teeth

Promising review: "These are the cutest, funniest pacifiers. My son loves them." —Melinda Searcy

Get the set from Amazon for $9.88.

3. The Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy that can sit on your kid's desk and give the one at the car dealership a run for its money.

A desk-sized, red inflatable tube with eyes and a mouth

Promising review: "Tubey is so adorable and makes me very happy! Sometimes, he gets a little stuck and I have to nudge him, and the fan is a bit noisy, but other than that, he works great! I also love the tiny book that he comes with, it is entertaining and educational. Overall, an awesome product I would recommend to my friends." — GA Peach

Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

4. The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary picture book which will delight young kids but probably not as much as you!

A book cover where the characters from the office are rendered as kids
Little, Brown Books

This incredibly charming book tells the story of Michael Scott, the line leader at Dunder Mifflin Elementary, as he fumbles his way through a day at school. It's 100% kid-friendly — there's no snark or adult-themes — and kids will love it, but so will parents as they come across the many clever references to the show (for example, a refrigerator has a "Vance" magnet on it.)

Recommended for ages four through eight.

Get it from Amazon for $11.85 or Bookshop (to support local booksellers) for $16.55.

5. A kids' bowling set featuring hilariously quirky monster pins (and a monster ball to knock them down).

Six bowling pins that look like monsters and a bowling ball that looks like a monster

Promising review: "Really excellent and well-crafted toy. Our 18-month-old niece immediately fell in love with this. We sort of wished that it had more 'balls' to roll (as it only came with one blue ball which acts like the bowling ball), but it really didn't matter— this was a hit." —Michael Bolz

Suggested for ages two through five.

Get it from Amazon for $17.99.

6. An adorable talking hamster that will repeat back whatever you say to it in a squeaky voice.

The talking hamster looks like a cute stuffed animal next to its box

My kids have this and absolutely love it (and so do their friends when they come over)! TBH, it is pretty funny — especially when you sing into it. FYI, it has small parts (a choking hazard), so it is recommended for ages three and up.

Get it from Amazon for $16.98.

7. An "I Paused My Game to Be Here" T-shirt perfect for giving to the little gamer in your life.


Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in youth sizes sizes XS-XL and in nine colors).

8. And an "Alexa, Do My Homework" T-shirt kids will laugh at and say, "If only!"

The blue T-shirt

Get it from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in kids sizes 4-12, men's sizes S-3XL, and women's sizes S-XL and in five colors).

9. The BeanBoozled Spinner Game that dares you to eat jelly beans that'll either be absolutely delicious or absolutely disgusting.

A spinner rests atop thousands of jelly beans
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Here's the low-down on this one, parents. Your kids will LOVE it and find it HILARIOUS. But there's pretty much no way you will escape having to eat the jelly beans, and if you do that you're just as likely to eat a "berry blue" flavor as you are to eat a "toothpaste" flavor. It's been a year since I got my kids this for Christmas and — full disclosure — I can still taste the "toothpaste" flavor. Blech!

Get it from Amazon for $17.99.

10. A Pop! the Pig game where your kiddo feeds and feeds and FEEDS a pig until his belt finally pops.

A round-bellied plastic pig in a chef's hat holds a spatula
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We have this one and the whole family had a good laugh with it. It's pretty simple to play, so younger kids can enjoy it, and the suspense of when the belly is going to "pop" creates lots of nervous laughter and cries of "Phew!"

Suggested for kids ages four and up.

Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

11. Poop socks or donut socks so funny, your kid will actually be glad to have been gifted socks.


Get them from Amazon for $8 (available in 32 designs).

12. A very funny, nearly three-foot tall rubber chicken that screams for up to 45 seconds after you hug it.


Promising review: "Pretty freaking awesome. One of my kids has a thing for rubber chickens — he has small ones and big ones but nothing like this bad boy. The thing is HUGE and can scream for 45 seconds. The chicken is the new teddy bear around here. Well made, LOUD, and pretty dang sturdy. If your kid sleeps with it, be prepared to hear a prehistoric scream that will scare the crap out of you at the lightest touch of a kid turning in their sleep. Otherwise I give it a 10/10." —Country Life

Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

13. A scarily funny inflatable T-Rex Costume guaranteed to impress dino-loving kids.

A child's face peeks out of an inflatable dinosaur costume

Promising review: "My twins are not even four yet but I bought this anyway. My little one is 32 pounds and probably 36 inches. The costume fits him well enough. He didn't want to take it off and I've ordered a second costume now since he and his brother were fighting over it. This will fit my boys for several years and it will provide so many laughs!" —Tessa

Get it from Amazon for $47.99.

14. The New York Times best selling graphic novel Frazzled: Everyday Disasters and Impending Doom, which will crack up middle schoolers and soon-to-be middle schoolers alike.

A book over featuring a frazzled tween girl

Reminiscent of the Diary of a Wimpy Kids books, Frazzled is both laugh-out-loud and very sweet, and especially perfect for kids who can get a little nervous about things in life.

Suggested for readers ages eight through twelve.

Get it from Amazon for $12.99 or Bookshop (to support local booksellers) for $11.95.

15. A set of funny monster soaps to encourage the kid in your life to actually want to take a bath.

Four soaps with monster faces
Uncommon Goods

These homemade bath-time friends are a washcloth and bar of soap rolled into one. The maker of these uses small-batch, essential-oil-scented, organic soap, and hand-felts each of their 'jackets'.

Get a set of two from Uncommon Goods for $30.

16. A LEGO-themed comforter set that maybe, just maybe, will inspire your kid to actually make their bed.

A comforter with a Lego bricks design

Promising review: "Bought for my daughter's full-size bed. Fits great. Great material. The only thing I don’t like is that it’s white on the other side which is a very contrasting color considering the comforter is so dark. But otherwise perfect!" —Chrishel Rene'

Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in twin, queen, or king size and in 16 designs).

17. And a baseball-themed comforter and pillowcase set that'll make it look like your kid can hit homers in their sleep.

A bedspread with the body of a baseball player on it
Uncommon Good

Available for a twin or queen-size bed, and you can select from ten different major league teams.

Get it from Uncommon Goods for $139+.

18. A delightfully weird unicorn mask for the delightfully weird kid in your life.

A weird mask of a unicorn

My daughter got this for her ninth birthday, and honestly we have gotten so much use out of it! Need a last-minute Halloween costume? Check! Want to scare someone? Check! Want to make a silly video? Check! There's something funny/strange about this mask that captured my kids' attention, and it never fails to illicit an amused reaction from anyone who sees it.

Get it from Amazon for $12.99.

19. A onesie personalized with your face — or anyone else's – on the front that is the definition of funny.

A baby wears a onesie featuring a giant image of their mother's face

It never occurred to me to get a onesie with someone's face splashed across it in giant form, but you have to admit the result is pretty darn funny! If you're looking for a gift that'll crack up a new parent, this is it!

You'll want to order ASAP as this is a custom item that ships from the UK.

Get it from Firebox for $27 (available in sizes 0-3 months-18-24 months).

20. A 2021 "Pooping Pooches" calendar that will offend anyone with delicate sensibilities but have your kids rolling all year long.

A calendar with a photo of a dog pooping on the front

If you know a kid who is going through that "poop is hilarious!" phase, then this just might end up the funniest thing they've ever seen. Just be sure you could stand for them to hang it up in their room for all of next year!

Promising review: "I bought this for my 7-year-old son, he got a kick out of it. The pictures are not only funny, but high-resolution prints, and it seems to be well made." —Megzy0203

Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

21. The international bestseller Dog Man: For Whom the Ball Rolls from the Dav Pilkey, the creator of Captain Underpants.

A book cover featuring a half dog, half man superhero

This entry in the Dogman series — full of positive themes and Dav Pilkey's signature illustrations — really lives up to the hype. Both my 10-year-old daughter and 7-year-old son tore through it, laughing themselves silly.

The suggested reading level is grades two through four.

Get it from Amazon for $6.43+ or Bookshop (to support local booksellers) for $11.95+.

22. A "Red Seems Sus" T-shirt for kids who love Among Us and have an A+ sense of humor.

A t-shirt with a red "Among Us" character that looks like Santa and the text: "Red Seems Sus"
Look Human

There's always a game kids are into: Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite, etc. Lately, kids (including my 10-year-old and her friends) are all about Among Us, where you try to find a character who is suspect...who they call "sus"...or something? To be honest, the whole game has me like: ¯\_(ツ)_/

But! While I may not know a lot about the game, I know my daughter will absolutely love and crack up over this shirt! I'm going to give it to her ahead of Christmas to enjoy throughout the month.

Get it from Look Human for $13.99 (originally $19.99; available in kids sizes XS-XL and in six colors).

23. A Kids Against Maturity game that takes the premise of Cards Against Humanity and makes it kid-friendly (but without losing its edge).

A bunch of cards with random, funny phrases on them
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Promising review: "We are a family of five, the oldest is 15 and the youngest is six, and we all find it very entertaining, even the adults. The game is stimulating and we always find word combinations that are silly and funny. My main concern was the level of appropriateness. I simply remove some cards based on the crowd playing with the game. One of my sons is very shy and seeing him come out of his shell as he plays this with his friend makes it worth it. As a mom, seeing your family laughing and interacting with one another is priceless!" —Jessica T.

Get it from Amazon for $29.99.

24. A burrito blanket so your kid will feel super cozy — and super funny — at the same time. Win!


Promising review: "This blanket is soft and warm. My 3-year-old will say 'make me a burrito' when she wants to be covered while laying on the couch and it's probably the cutest thing ever." —Belle Esprit

Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in four sizes and four styles).

25. A personalized mini figure that looks hilariously like your mini for a gift they won't forget.

A Lego figurine that looks like a woman with glasses and long hair

Promising review: "I am absolute over the moon with my ‘brick yourself!' It came exactly as I imagined it, I couldn’t be happier. Thank you!" —Elle

You'll want to order ASAP as this is a custom item that ships from the UK.

Get it from Firebox for $48+.

26. A nose pencil sharpener or emoji pencil sharpener set for a very funny addition to any pencil case.


We got these as stocking stuffers for our kids last year and they were a hit!

Get the nose pencil sharpener for $4.98 and the 24-piece emoji pencil sharpener set on Amazon for $9.90, both from Amazon.

27. A Box of Jokes full of classic gags and tricks kids will love as much today as they did when we (and even our parents) were kids.

A box full of jokes like a whoopi cushion and hand buzzer

Promising review: "I gave it to my rather spoiled nephew for his birthday. He has very poor gift receiving manners, and usually criticizes what he’s given. Not this time — it was the hit of the party. He and his friend played with the parts for hours. It was a great gift, and he really enjoyed it! Very pleased." —sj

Comes with a squirt ring, hand buzzer, doggy doo, floaty eyeball, fake vomit, whoopee toot, bloody finger wrap, and ugly teeth.

Recommended for ages 3-15.

Get it from Amazon for $12.98.

Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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