Happy Hanukkah, Jewniverse! Check out our wacky, kitschy Hanukkah gift picks for 2013. Don’t all go rush the internet at once now.
This “Love, peace, and latke grease” t-shirt inspires us to get our hands a little dirty on Hanukkah. Fry up a batch of latkes and welcome your guests in this shirt.
Get the intellectual conversation flowing by sharing old and new Hanukkah stories and factoids with this adorably round Hanukkah Box of Questions.
Do we even need an excuse to wear these awesome Mazel Tov High Knee Socks? After all, they A) are a great conversation starter and B) will keep you warm all winter.“Ramble on!”—excuse us, “Dreidel on,” with this quirky and uplifting unisex Ugly Christmas Sweater-Hanukkah Sweater by Tipsy Elves. We love us a good Hanukkah sweater.
Don’t be a Thanksgivukkah Scrooge! Commemorate this once in-a-lifetime holiday with a creepy-awesome American Gothikkah Thanksgivukkah Poster.What kind of Jew are you if you aren’t at least somewhat amused by the strange world of Woody Allen? This Woody Allen Collection includes eight favorites. Great gift for a Woody novice or expert.This fun baseball cap from Shmaltz Brewing, He’Brew-The Chosen Beer makes for a great present for the ale connoisseur in your life. Baruch Hashem for He-BREW.The Heebie-Jeebies at CBGB’s: A Secret History of Jewish Punk focuses on punk’s beginnings in New York City’s Lower East Side and includes over 125 interviews with punk rockers.
We hope this Hanukkah gift guide makes it a bit easier on your search! We’d truly like any of these gifts, anytime. Just sayin.