Funny 50th Birthday Gifts
There is always the time to offer a funny gift. I've said this for those that believe that only young people should receive prank gifts and the senior people should stay away from them. Obviously, it is not recommended to offer a funny present to a person that has a heart condition and that could cause him/her a heart attack, but you can offer ironic gifts, suggesting the person that now he/she is old. Products recommended in this article work for young adults, 50-year-old people and also senior persons; after all, they are all gag gifts.
1. A very good product to suggest your recipient that now he/she is old, even if he/she may be 20 years old is represented by the racing grannies ($13.98), which compete one to another in order to get the best seat on a bingo night. You have to adjust their walkers for the perfect racing position and watch them how they ‘run’.
2. The previous products are small and they can be placed on a desk when you want to see the race. If you want to experience the real deal, we recommend you an inflatable walker. In fact, we recommend it to those friends that will come to your 50-year-old birthday. Its price is $19.98 and is great for those persons which believe are not quite ready for the real thing yet. Not only that this product is funny thanks to its appearance, but also because of the various hilarious warning signs that let people know you are approaching to them slowly. This product is 32 inch tall, is inflatable and decorated with a ‘panic button’.
3. Another great gift for a 50-year-old person that might have problems with his/her intestines and stomach is the ‘Caution-old fart zone’ roll. This roll warns everyone in the house that the area where this is placed is an area where you shouldn't enter, unless you wear a gas mask. This roll is very similar to those used by the police when a crime happens. It has about 50 feet of tape and is the perfect thing for getting laughs. It is only $4.99.
4. When offering your recipient a product like this one mentioned at number 4, you should warn him/her about it. It is not exactly what its name says: ‘wrinkle remover’. It is in fact a material used for abrasion purposes, which is used in this case as a gag gift to suggest your recipient that he/she is getting old. Make your friend or relative feel special and… old with this $4.98 wrinkle remover.
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