No more boring ties. The next time you need to come up with a gift for the man in your life, give him something he'll always remember. Men are used to receiving the same type of present over and over. Tools, flashlights and fishing gear are items he's likely seen wrapped in a pretty package more than once. Wacky presents that he can't find anywhere else will make him laugh and know you put a lot of thought into his gift. Some of these crazy items are even useful.
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If the man in your life loves to golf, but complains that his game is in the toilet, a potty putter is the perfect gift. A bit wacky and still functional, he can practice his putting while in the bathroom. The kit comes with a 36-by-30 inch putting green, a plastic cup, flag, mini putter and two golf balls. You'll even get a Do Not Disturb sign to hang on the door.
Bacon of the Month Club
Do you have a bacon lover on your gift list? This gift states that "Bacon is meat candy." The gourmet bacon is from Bacon Freak and is prepared with hand rubbed spices. Each month, the recipient will get two packages of different types of bacon, recipes and a monthly newsletter. With the first shipment, he will receive a T-shirt and a bonus pack that contains items such as bacon-flavoured pretzels and bacon hot sauce. You can prepay for three, six or 12 months.
Flying Alarm Clock
For the man who has a hard time getting up in the morning, give him a flying alarm clock. This crazy clock will beep to awaken the sleeper, but if he does not get up and turn the alarm off, it will launch a small propeller into the air. The propeller, which is the key that turns the alarm off, will land far away from the bed and alarm clock. The alarm will sound a loud beeping until the snoozer captures the propeller and returns it to the base.
A man will appreciate a mini Trebuchet kit so he can launch everything from jelly beans to peanuts across the room. He'll thank you for giving him a way to entertain himself, but those who live with him might not be as thankful. The desktop catapult only uses 4 by 9 inches of surface and is 14 inches tall. The company also sells historic replica, full-size Trebuchets.
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