Need some fun or weird Amazon products for holiday gift ideas this year? Check it out: From Quantum Physics for babies to cute silicone snails to hold your tea bags, and so much more.
Got white elephant gifts? Need some different ideas? Look no further than these weird, cute, and fun Amazon products from the week of 11/28/22. Find another new option on the Mashup Mom Facebook page every morning, then head over here every Sunday for the recap roundup.
Hope you enjoy! What do you like out of this week of Amaz-odd?
Weird Amazon products, week of 11/28/22
Talk about telling it like it is: This blank notebook proudly proclaims itself to be the worst $5 white elephant gift ever. (How meta.)
Colorful little silicone snails to hold the strings on your tea bags so that they don’t slip into your mug. Cute, right?
BIG hug… What a friendly way to hold flowers, in this Florino friendly flower vase by Peleg Design. Comes in mint, peach, or stone color, and the arms and legs are flexible!
These “Baby University” board books include such gems as Quantum Physics for Babies and more — they’d make a great gift, and are actually very cool & well done in addition to the amusement/doubletake factor.
In case you ever looked at your bottle of Sriracha and thought, gosh, this would be fun to play… Let me share with you Sriracha: The Game. (The cards are Sriracha and food-themed; that’s the connection, lol.)
Speaking of finds for your morning tea this week, here is a Caturday cutie option for you! Check out this glass cat mug, with its built-in fish tea infuser.
Be sure also to follow the ongoing adventures of The Notorious Bad Kitty Lucy and friends, if you are a cat person. 🙂
Good socks for a lazy Sunday when you are really hoping for someone to make you brunch, right? If you can read this, bring me some bacon socks seem appropriate to the occasion.
More weird Amazon products here next week
Stay tuned next Sunday for a new roundup of weird Amazon stuff! Or, head over to Facebook every morning to start out your day with a new fun pick — and, of course, much, much more.
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