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Gifts for Readers

Gifts for Readers

Gifts for Readers

ONE Yoon Chelsea Sweater $148 | TWO Ghirardelli Chocolate Build-A-Bag (54 count) $25 | THREE Rob Delaney: Mother. Wife. Sister. Human. Warrior. Falcon. Yardstick. Turban. Cabbage. (Hardcover) $17.21 | FOUR Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man’s Fundamentals for Delicious Living by Nick Offerman (Hardcover) $16.97 | FIVE H&M Charcoal Sweatpants $12.97 | SIX Depend Adjustable Underwear Priceless

Nothing says, “It is time to read!” quite like the essentials.

For me, those essentials include comfy, expensive sweaters paired with inexpensive lounge pants, chocolates by the truckload, hardcover books written by hilarious manly, men, and the optional mattress/couch cushion protection provided by a pair of adult underpants.

Go ahead and take a peek behind the curtain here real quick and let me say that I’m a little bummed my favorite sweater in the whole world that I’ve loved for years has been discontinued (why do designers insist on fucking with The Basics) so I couldn’t give you guys a direct link to the one I’m wearing as I sit here creating this guide. Told you it’s my favorite in the whole world. Silver lining? The one pictured above makes me look like a) I wear color and b) I wouldn’t in a million years, what with my fashionable fashion-y fashion sense, wear three shades of gray at the same time. Pffft.

Don’t get your hopes up thinking that I’m going to make a shit ton of gift guides for all of the different people in your lives. I set myself up for massive failure when I did that last year, so I’m setting no bars and no expectations this go ’round! You’re just going to have to take a deep breath and deal with it.

I hope you like this gift guide for people who enjoy reading words. Oh and I guess I should let you know that the two Amazon links for the books are totally affiliate links so if you end up buying 27 copies of either book (which you really should), I’m going to make a few pennies off of that brilliant decision. I like to use them to make wishes in the fountain outside of Starbucks. Sue me for my transparency.

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