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Let’s face it. We, as Americans, want to find ways to get the most effect from the minimal effort. It’s a harsh truth, and we probably won’t put in enough effort to face it.
But we value friendship. And the internet. And giving cheap gifts.
Here are some cute, cheap and easy internet gifts to send to friends. You know, for those days when they are having a tough go of it, and you want to put in as little effort as possible to show them that you love them. It’s cheap, y’all!
Seriously, though, we hope these are touching and thoughtful gifts to send your friends and family if they are having a bad week. Pay it forward, people.
1. Mustache vinyl sticker, $0.75
Found on: Etsy.com. More than 28 colors available.
2. I Love You bean, $4.99
Found on: ThinkGeek.com. The bean plant grows tall and strong, but with a warm and fuzzy message scratched onto the leaf.
3. Harry Potter buttons, $1
Found on: Esty.com. So many options for your adorably nerdy friend. Send two. Send five!
4. Tea sample, $1 to $1.50
Found on: Etsy.com. Many flavors, many ways to care.
5. Bandages, $4.49
6. Astronaut Ice Cream, $3.99
Found on: ThinkGeek.com. This ice cream is freeze-dried and comes in three flavors. The shelf life is three years!
7. Key bottle opener, $4.54
Found on: Amazon.com. So your friend will think of you in a time of (drunken) need.
8. Super Mario 3Dee Gummy candies, $2.99
Found on: ThinkGeek.com. You friend can chew on favorite characters such as Mario and Yoshi.
9. Penguin friendship bracelet, $5
Found on: Etsy.com. Penguins. On a wrist. That’s all.
10. Snow powder, $1.18
Found on: Amazon.com. For those who crave a winter wonderland, especially for the loved ones who are in a hotter climate.
11. Shakespeare insult gum, $3.49
Found on: Perpetualkid.com. For the witty but pretentious friend.
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