We all have that one friend who is impossible to choose a Christmas present for. It may be someone who seems to have everything or someone who is cagey when it comes to talking about wholesale gifts. Either way you may need a little help when it comes to buying some cool gifts this year. You may be surprised that there are plenty of novel presents which do not break the bank so if you are simply looking for stocking fillers then you can get something better than socks this year. With that in mind here are some cool gifts which you may be interested in when it comes to the festive period of 2011:
At tea cup may not sound like the most exciting thing to get someone but novelty mugs make really cool gifts. For instance one which never fails to impress is the Knuckle Duster Mug. A porcelain mug with a handle shaped so it looks like you are wearing a knuckle duster, these cool gifts never fail to give people a laugh. They are even available with a blood spatter effect if you know the recipient really does like cool gifts which are a little gruesome.
Novelty salt and pepper shakers are one of those cool gifts which many people do not think of so you have minimal chance of duplicate gifts this Christmas. Porcelain pieces shaped like grenades certainly make meal times a blast.
We all know people like a little tipple over Christmas. Now if you know someone who likes a drink perhaps a BeerOmeter pint glass or wine glass may strike the right chord. These cool gifts have measurements on the side which tell you how many units you are consuming. It can be fun – if a little alarming!
Special key fobs are cool gifts which make for excellent stocking fillers. One which may give the recipient a laugh but also something of practical use is known as the WonKey. This is a key shaped wedge which can be used to chock up a wonkly table by being inserted under one leg. This and all the other cool gifts described above will not break the bank and can be found at Thabto.co.uk. The firm stocks loads of cool wholesale gifts.
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