That’s Right Nate

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Nate’s 12 Amazing Christmas Gifts for 2009

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Let’s face it, the joy of giving is one of the best parts of the Christmas season, but it’s not always easy finding just the perfect gift for everybody on your list.   That’s why I’m happy to provide my second annual list of Amazing Christmas Gifts.

12. Poopin Santa – Sometimes the hardest people to shop for are people like mailmen and teachers–you know the people that you want to wish a Merry Christmas to, but want to spend more than $5.  I’m happy to announce that I’ve found just the perfect gift and it combines three great things–Santa, chocolate, and taking a crap.  This adorable Santa Claus poops yummy chocolate and is available for $4.99 at Perpetual

11. Going Rogue – Sarah Palin’s first novel would have rated higher, but it’s a book. has these babies listed at $14.50, but I have a feeling if you can wait a few days, you’ll be able to find one under $12 and under $10 if you don’t mind an autographed copy.

10. Christmas Cross – This was on my Christmas list for 2008 and though it’s slipped a bit, you can’t beat this burning cross for showing the love of Christ burning within you.  Things didn’t work out so well for me when I left it on my black neighbor’s lawn as a surprise on Christmas Eve night to let them know there were no hard feelings over the election, but I still think this is a great gift for only an $80 donation to the American Family Association.

9. Fetus Cookie maker – Whether you’re picketing an abortion clinic or celebrating a new pregnancy, there is no better way than with homemade fetus cookies.   Get your cookie mold for only $10 at Hogmalion.

8. Toy Soldier Candle Holder – One of the most universal symbols for peace this holiday is to leave a candle in the window.  What better way to show that your house believes in peace through strength than with a plastic toy soldier candle holder.   Finally, I have a way to feel manly as I burn through my Yankee Candles.  The holders are available for $36 at

7. Warm Whiskers Neck Wraps – Nothing warms up a cold neck on a freezing January evening like a piece of fresh road kill.   Unfortunately, as the animal begins to pass from this world, his warmth also dissipates and a few days of wear, the little fella is really going to start to stink.  These adorable neck wraps from Warm are rewarmable and free of rotting.  At only$42, they’re a deal.  I really like the Husky myself.

6. Gun Alarm Clock – Bandai makes these in Japan, but you can find them to import if you’re lucky.  When the alarm goes off, the only way to stop it is to blast it with your gun.  There is no better way to wake up refreshed in the morning than to start the day out with some shooting.   You can order here and check out the video–it’s cool yes!

5. A Savior is Born: The Precious Moments Nativity Scne – Long time readers of this blog will recall that I am a big fan of Precious Moments figurines.  Like all their products, their nativity scene is first rate, though it does bother me a little that they bowed to multiculturalism by making one of the Wisemen a brunette.  Still, even at $250 this is sure to be a hit for any holiday season.

4. Journey Through the Creation Museum DVD – Perhaps, Kentucky’s greatest achievements to both science and religion is the Creation Museum located in Petersburg, KY.   This thrilling DVD lets you take a trip back in time to when giant dinosaurs roamed the other before they turned their back on God and were struck down. It’s a bargain for under $20.

3. Seattle Sutton’s Healthy Evening – What better way to show a daughter struggling with a weight problem that you care then by signing her up for a weight loss program.  Seattle Sutton makes eating healthy convenient.

2. Mass We Pray – The greatest game for the Wii ever, from a spiritual sense anyway.  This product gives children all the excitement of mass and Catholic sacraments all from the comfort of their own home.   You know how boring church can be, what better way to liven it up for your kids?  I only hope that they’ll have a Protestant version by next Christmas.   It won’t be available until Easter, but you can preorder it now.

1. Play-Doh Cologne – Made for the 50th anniversary of play-doh, the cologne will make you smell just like the delightful children’s toy.   For only $10, you will truly impress at any board meeting or night out on the town with that special someone.


Written by thatsrightnate

November 21, 2009 at 10:41 pm

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  1. Those are great! I’m going to order one of those poopin’ Santas.

    Ben Hoffman

    November 23, 2009 at 10:44 pm

  2. Hey Ben–Poop away. It’s great to have you visiting. You’ve got a pretty great blog over there at The Drudge Retort.


    November 23, 2009 at 11:01 pm

  3. So, being pro-life, you advocate eating a fetus? I love it

    Cameron Hughes

    November 29, 2009 at 2:23 am

  4. I don’t know Nate. I looked at the nativity set as a gift for you and I was surprised that you didn’t notice this. There are 13 people in the creche. The same as at the Last Supper. I wonder if the Precious Moments Corporation is really run by Muslims who hate Jesus?


    November 29, 2009 at 7:08 am

  5. “So, being pro-life, you advocate eating a fetus? I love it”

    No, that’d be a tasty, but useless gesture. You pass the cookies out to everybody at the clinic you’re protesting. Like I said, it’d also be a great way to celebrate a pregnancy.


    November 29, 2009 at 9:02 am

  6. I think the whiskers neck wrap should have been #1. Perhaps there’s a moose version in honor of our good friend Sarah.


    December 2, 2009 at 8:46 pm

  7. Oh the neck wraps are very stylish.


    December 2, 2009 at 10:11 pm

  8. Great like it but m not Christian 🙂


    December 8, 2010 at 4:34 am

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