I love Scrabble, but I don't think that that justifies adding the World's Largest Scrabble Game to my Christmas wish list. *snorts* Besides, with some crafting materials, I think that even I could manage to create an inexpensive version of the board.
As well, I cannot justify the expense of a chocolate skull, but I'm amused by the idea of eating one.
I don't need a minime, but I think my nieces might enjoy having themselves bobble.
This Steampunk Nerf gun is really cool, but I don't imagine that I'd get much use out of it—and even though I'd love this Steampunk telescope ring, I know that I'd rarely wear it.
It doesn't fit my decor (so I'm not requesting it), but this tentacle door stop is practical—unlike a pair of two-person underwear (which looks to be chafe-tastic).
I don't want to give or receive a Han Job, either.
I'm not a cereal killer, but I'll bet someone in Shog's family would adore the pun.
That said, I would love a moon pendant, and I think that I am going to add this nifty "book light" to my Christmas wish list. I tend to ask for practical things, and I need a few silly ones.
P.S. Here are two animal-related funnies: mouth says eat, legs say no (adorable puppies), and it's beautiful (gorgeous cat).