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Obama Claus Leaves a Sack of Hand-Me-Downs For Ukraine

Here use this for parts.History never stops repeating.Remember Ukraine? The whole Russian separatists repeat of Hitler’s Lebensraum thing done by Putin? Well, that’s still going on and in this Carroll Quigley world of mutually assured destruction, we come to find out that Obama Claus has decided that despite any type of NATO alliance, hand-me-downs are all Kiev really needs to protect themselves from Russia.

Sure, the Pentagon has provided $260 Million worth of non-lethal equipment, but these military hand-me-downs are 80’s Cold War relics, including obsolete bullet proof vests and Humvees that were described by American Officials as, “Not good enough to drive,” but once stripped perhaps good enough for spare parts.

Speaking of bad gifts, here are a few we found for those on your obligatory, but naughty, list.

To start with, we have the perfect gift for the person in your social circle that feels like their breakfast isn’t haute couture enough.

Put your eggs Benedict to shame.

This Louis Vuitton waffle maker is the key piece to any successful, well-dressed brunch.

Not sure what to get the alcoholic in your life?

With enough room for your credit cards and a small flask.

How about this Charlotte Olympia Mini Bar clutch for only €1,225? It walks the fine line between tipsy and whimsy.

Remember the Liberal Progressive ego is F-R-A-G-I-L-E.

These A Christmas Story bandages work nicely in any liberal prepper’s storage kit for when they mistakenly shoot their eye out.

Like the idea of giving something festive? Well, there is always this tacky runway Gingerbread man person gem.

Gingerbread human, maybe?

Although, it would probably be rather insensitive to give this clutch to someone who either is or only believes that they are, suffering from celiac disease.

Wanna be super festive to the point of creepy?

For the twat in your life.

Though this is only a joke advertisement, surely it would be a simple and disgusting DIY.

Let’s class things up with a little Midas gift.

Be careful while shuffling.

These gold-plated cards really standout, and hey, you can go for full gold and carry an ace or two up your sleeve if you are really worried about being caught somewhere far from home during the impending collapse.

If you like the idea of giving gold, stick with the Janet Yellen staple pictured below.

Make sure it's not Fool's gold.

Pricey, but if you are printing your own currency anyway, nothing beats it.

What say you, PDers? Are there any other bad gift ideas that you have your hearts and wallets set on this year?

 

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  • Guest (Heather)

    "For the twat in your life"--------:D:D:D:D:D Can't stop laughing. Thanks for that!

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  • Guest (Sam K.)

    I'm planning on getting those in my family basic food supply kits, the kind that last 25 years. There are a lot of good "Christmas" actions on them now and as far as I am concerned they can eat them in January or when something actually happens. At least I tried.

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