Friday, December 4, 2009

Worst Present Ever! {What Not To Give Someone}

I started the following exchange on my FaceBook account and marveled at how creative my friends truly can be. Enjoy the obvious humor of it all. These ideas really kept me laughing.


SunTiger Xo Hey. Wanna start a silly trend? Think of THREE HORRIBLE GIFTS to send someone . . . examples follow: * Machete-toting cannibal {Given to a peace-loving Mennonite family}

* Stack of French Ticklers {Given to elderly women living in a nunnery}

* Water ski lessons {for a Hydrophobe/individual afraid of water}

Yesterday at 2:36pm · ·
Diane Heidt
Diane Heidt
You devious person, you! LOVE this. Here are mine---
1. Driving instructions for a blind person
2. A warm winter coat for someone living in Florida
3. Obedience dog training classes for someone who has a cat
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Yesterday at 2:46pm · Delete
SunTiger Xo
SunTiger Xo
Those are all very good. (-;
How about these too:
1. A name plaque for Sue Howard {given to a guy named Moose}
2. A brand new bear trap w/meat-bait {for a serious animal rights activist}
3. A circular saw {for a bilateral shoulder amputee}
Yesterday at 2:56pm · Delete
Diane Heidt
Diane Heidt
Good ones, too! I could come up with lots of those. HA.
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Marla G Mckee
Marla G Mckee
1) a good book for an illiterate person
2) a cashmere sweater for a nudist
3) a bottle of wine for an alcoholic
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Gina Vance
Gina Vance
A rare steak dinner for a vegan
A day at a spa for someone who is a germaphobe
A trip to the Grand Canyon to an agoraphobe.
Yesterday at 3:59pm · Delete
SunTiger Xo
SunTiger Xo
1. a bottle of shampoo {to a bald man}
2. Satan's Bible {to a Jehovah's Witness}
3. The Holy Bible - New Testament only {To a Jew}
Yesterday at 4:03pm · Delete
Michelle Corbett
Michelle Corbett
1) Plane tickets for someone afraid of flying
2) Hair accessories for someone who just got chemo treatment
3) Paints and easel for the colour blind
Yesterday at 4:35pm · Delete
Gina Vance
Gina Vance
5lbs of candy to someone on a diet
a large framed picture of someone's ex
a collection of Neo-Pagan Goddess books for the Pope(like the Chalice and the Blade...) *giggle*
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Diane Heidt
Diane Heidt
1. An "Operation" game, to someone who has Parkinson's disease.
2. A pet tarantula, to someone who has arachnophobia.
3. Airline tickets to a person who is afraid of flying.
Yesterday at 4:53pm · Delete
SunTiger Xo
SunTiger Xo
OMG you guys. This is utterly hilarious.

Marla - I'd hate to be the one handing that present to the nudist. LOL.

Gina ~ LMAO. A picture of someone's EX??? OMG. That's horrible and hilarious all at once.
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Mary Schroen Peterson
Mary Schroen Peterson
hey I'll play, can I repost this to my status?
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Marla G Mckee
Marla G Mckee
Doug says:
1) a box of donuts for a diabetic
2)
3)
well, he couldn't think of any more....
Yesterday at 5:20pm · Delete
Marla G Mckee
Marla G Mckee
by the way, my favorite is the "Operation" game for the Parkinson's person...tooo funny!
Yesterday at 5:21pm · Delete
Mary Schroen Peterson
Mary Schroen Peterson
Steak knives for a baby.
tent for someone who hates camping
clothes mom picks out for her 20 year old daughter
not as good as the earlier ones. love this though
Yesterday at 5:22pm · Delete
Michelle Corbett
Michelle Corbett
1) a highlighter yellow poncho for a goth
2) a frilly pink shirt for a teenage boy
3) peanut brittle for someone with a nut allergy
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Christine Harrelson
Christine Harrelson
Sleeping pills for a narcoleptic.
A baker's dozen of donuts for a Triskaidekaphobic
A nazi memorabilia collection for a Jew.
Yesterday at 8:00pm · Delete
SunTiger Xo
SunTiger Xo
Mary Peterson ~ Absolutely. Plagiarize me anytime (truly). I hope you do it. Steak knives for a baby? That's just a frightening thought. LOL.

Marla ~ Tell Doug he's brilliant. Great (I mean terrible) gift idea!

Michelle ~ LMAO. Yellow poncho for a goth? ha hahaha. I'm glad I don't have a nut allergy (cuz you're one). Wayyyyyy too funny.
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Yesterday at 8:56pm · Delete

7 comments:

Panademona said...

That was a fun game. Everyone got very creative.

Arawn Graalrd said...

Well, I once got a baby booster, for a martial arts teacher, when she was having a baby, so the kid could sit up and watch classes. I didn't notice the other side said Nursing Pillow.

A Beer Bash, for the local AA?

Has Patch Adams ever done a clown show, at a funeral?

Arawn Graalrd

SunTiger XO said...

Panademona ~ I was very pleasantly surprised when folks were willing to participate (being creative can take WORK) LOL.

Arawn ~ Say ... ?What? {Patch Adams cracked jokes at the dying's bedside; if that's what you're getting at.}

Arawn Graalrd said...

The problem with Terminal Illness, is that it's the number one topic of non-conversation. Some fellow mentioned, that he had metastatic bladder cancer, and I realised he was concerned for its ability to stop a conversation, so I assured him my father died of the same thing, rather cheerfully. The Dying are one problem, though, of loneliness, and the Saxons considered humor, at your own death, to be an honorable challenge, but how do you make a funeral fun?
The funeral is not for the living, but is a last congregation to celebrate a challenged connection, and it's at a seeming, that nothing more can be done. How can we help this congregation to transcend the connections of respiration, and allow the celebritee to walk amongst the respiratory again, as fellow or as spirit?

Actually, if someone requested, in a living will, Patch might just do comedy at such a celebration.

Arawn Graalrd

SunTiger said...

Arawn? I'm worried about you. You no longer make any sense.

Arawn Graalrd said...

Sense? Where's your Sense of Adventure? Where's your sense of Humor? Where's your sense of Mystery?
Death embraces our years, and we breath between kisses. We can hope, that those years are worth living for, but the fear that they will end often prevents us beginning.
I've learned, this evening, that my brother mark is in Highline Hospital, in Burien, with both a stroke and a tumor. Both operable, but we hope it's a brain tumor, rather than a metastasis.
Have you ever massaged a Death Wish?
Arawn Graalrd

SunTiger said...

You mean we're supposed to hold our breath while we kiss? {I kiss like I"m giving someone CPR} LOL

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