8 Slightly Absurd Hanukkah Giftsby Jacqueline Bull November 29, 2017
Cards Against Humanity: Jew Pack
If the main game is getting a little stale, this item is sure to liven up any Hanukkah gathering. A fun fact written on the pack states “100 percent of the Cards Against Humanity writers are Jewish. Can you believe it? A Jewish comedy writer!” If you are unfamiliar with the main game, look into its irreverent qualities before scaring your bubbe.
Hanukkah Mad Libs
Mad Libs, the silly fill-in-the-blank game, has a Hanukkah-themed edition. This game appeals to pretty much all ages and the results are usually hilarious.
Happy Llamakkah Onesie
For the littlest members of the celebration, consider this Hanukkah Llama sure to look even cuter on a real baby.
‘Let’s Get Lit’ Hanukkah Sweater
Ugly holiday sweaters aren’t just for those celebrating Christmas – Jews have some options as well. Buy it for yourself to appear hip and cheeky or for a young relative.
Dreidel Fidget Spinner
Bring the dreidel into the 21st century or just confuse everyone with this preteen’s toy.
Jewish Holiday Coloring Book
Coloring for adults persists as a trend to enjoy and relax coloring in intricate designs. This book (suitable for all coloring mediums) features interesting patterns, folk art drawings and designs for all the Jewish holidays.
Check out Bagel and Lox stud earrings or these brass “Oy Vey” earrings. The studs are goofy, but small and subtle enough to get some good wear.
Fifty Shades of Oy Vey: A Parody”
A Jewish take on the notorious book series, a college senior meets a bagel tycoon. This book is intended for adult but immature audiences.