Do you think you have the greatest husband, boyfriend, fiance in the world? Are you having a little trouble deciding on that perfect gift to surprise him with this Christmas? Well, worry no more, sista. Your auntie has scoured the Internets for the perfect gifts for him to find under the Christmas tree!
First up are these British mini replicas of the classic Jaguar E-Type and a Porsche Speedster. At $15,000 a piece, these cars are nothing to play with. The cars are equipped with a gas engine or an electric motor that averages top speeds of 46 miles per hour. The tiny cars, which are half the size of the originals, take over 450 hours to make. So if you hurry and order by the end of the business day today, he will receive his special one-of-a kind gift just in time for Christmas! Your man will be the envy of all the other husbands in the neighborhood.
If money is tight, and your man wakes up hungry as a bear every morning, surprise him with this Wake And Bake Dream Griddle Alarm clock – $7.95. Okay, I'm kidding. It's actually a Prank Pack fake gift box, which appears to contain ridiculous products from clueless companies. This particular item is out of stock, but they have other unique prank gifts for sale.
These eyelid stickers are a great gift idea if your man is always caught sleeping on the job by his nosy boss. Save his job and your marriage with these realistic looking eyelid stickers! All he has to do is apply these stickers to his eyelids when he feels a snooze coming on. Anyone passing by his cubicle will assume he's wide awake! Prices start at .67 cents if you buy in bulk. Purchase them here.
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Maybe your man has a sweet tooth and gobbles down everything in sight? You can indulge his sweet tooth with this ottoman that looks like a gigantic Oreo cookie. He will drool when he sees the "chocolate" cushions with the velvety cream center. Cop it at Jellio for a cool $1,050.
If money is no object, the Britsh Royal Navy has an aircraft carrier for sale. No joke. You can bid for this aircraft carrier online right now. If you order today, it can be disassembled and shipped anywhere in the world. The HMS Invincible of the Royal Navy was taken out of service in 2005. You can buy this used carrier at the UK government’s property disposal auction website. Just click on "Add to Cart."