5 Things We Want For Chanukah
Published on December 15, 2014 by GirlieGirlArmy · No Comments
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The Top Ten Reasons Why Everyone Should Celebrate Hanukkah
- No big, fat guy getting stuck in your chimney
- Cleaning wax off your menorah is slightly easier than dismantling an 8-foot tall fir tree
- Compare: chocolate gelt vs. fruitcake
- You get to learn cool new words like “Kislev” and “far-shtoonken-ah”
- No brutal let-down when you discover that Santa Claus isn’t real
- Your neighbors are unlikely to complain about how your menorah is blinding them senseless
- It’s like a big reunion when everyone gathers at the Chinese restaurant on Christmas Eve
- In a holiday character face-off, Judah Macabee could kick Frosty’s butt
- No need to clean up big piles of reindeer poop off your roof
- None of that Naughty-Nice Stuff EVERYONE GETS LOOT!!!
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Here are 5 things we want for Chanukah this week!
ModernTribe’s Light, Joy, Latkes Hanukkah Plates & Utensils $12 – $24 @moderntribe.com
Mom cares about a beautiful Hanukkah table. These bamboo plates and birch wood utensils are nicer than what she can get at Target, but still casual and compostable. Choose a Set of All Sets and get 20% off!
Money Clip, $18 @moderntribe.com
A great gift any shlemiel on your gift list will appreciate, and affordable to boot. What’s not to love?
Chillaerator Wine Aerator & Chilling Rod $6.99 @amazon.com
For your holiday party – straight chillin!
mensch on a bench, $36 @ themenschonabench.com or $20 on amazon.com
If you’re little elf wants an elf on a shelf, but he’s a jew with a crew.. then get him a mensch on a bench!
Chalkboard Menorah, $19 @traditionsjewishgifts.com
Get more creative than these guys above did and use this chalkboard menorah to flaunt your creativity!
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