Offbeat Gift Baskets

  • Modern, edgy, and and unusual gift sets for everyone from your zombie crazed teenage brother to your best girlfriend of 15 years. If you're looking for cheese and crackers in a wicker basket, you've come to the wrong place. Full of playful presents and unique treats, these themed gifts are the opposite of what you'd expect from a gift basket. You won't be disappointed!
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  • The Gamers Gotta Game Gift Box
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    In the 1800s, people used to worry about kids reading too many books. Hah! Now we can worry about them playing a zillion hours of video games. This unBasket celebrates the obsession of game fans, both young and (sorry, guys) middle-aged. Since it’s crazy to try and keep up with current game releases (we are NOT camping out in line for the latest version), this gift offers a retro twist, with goodies referencing Pac-Man, Super Mario Brothers and Legend of Zelda.

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  • The unHoly Gift Box
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    This gift basket takes blasphemy to a whole new level and will delight anyone who is a fan of religious satire, especially because there are several religions represented, some cleverly combined. If you’re looking for a unique gift for satirical family members or friends, you’ll want to surprise them with this comical gift basket. Your gift recipient may choose to use the Shiva Finger Puppet as a way to tune into universal vibrations, and they’ll definitely get a kick out of the Passport to Hell notebook, the perfect notebook for keeping track of their sins.

    • Tasty treats: Last Supper Bar, Buddha Bar, Priest & Rabbi Bar, Messiah Mints, & Sweet on Jesus Candy
    • Jesus Bandages, Dashboard Jesus, Passport to Hell notebook, Shiva Finger Puppet, and Santa Dreidel
    • From time to time we may need to substitute an item (or a few) in one of our gift boxes.
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