Immortalise your loved ones as a customised bobblehead. Creators work from a photo to create eerily accurate likenesses. Design them from top-to-toe or put their head on a superhero body, a ripped strongman or maybe a mermaid.
Get it here: Bestbobbleheads.com.au
How much: From $80. Orders take two to four weeks.
For a gift that’s truly out of this world, snap up a piece of intergalactic real estate – say a few acres on the moon, or a chunk of land on Mars?
Twenty years ago US man Dennis M Hope made a land claim for the moon and the eight planets in our solar system and since then has sold more than 12 million extraterrestrial land lots.
Get it here: Lunarembassy.com
How much: One acre lots are $19.99 (US). Recipients receive a deed, planetary map marking their land, a constitution and bill of rights for their planet.
Make them a Knight or Dame of the Sovereign Military Order of Sealand. Sure, the micro-nation located in Britain’s North Sea looks more like a disused oil rig than a luxury principality, but the 22 residents asserted their independence from the UK in 1967 and now have their own royal family, currency and football team.
Get it here: Sealandgov.org
How much: from $55.
Shock a foodie
How about a can of tinned unicorn meat to add a unique flavour to their next picnic? With sparkles in the meat, and crunchy horn pieces in each mouthful. Tastes like chicken, with a hint of marshmallow.
Get it here: Neatgeek.com.au
How much: $24.95. The Radiant Farms Unicorn Meat tin actually contains a dismembered soft toy unicorn.
A blow-up walking frame is a cheeky way to take a gentle dig at an older friend. It won’t support their weight, but it will send an amusing message about their age.
Get it here: Latestbuy.com.au
How much: $18.95. 60cm high.
Know someone who finds flatulence hilarious? Brighten their Christmas with a Farting Wallet that breaks loose every time it’s opened. The wallet offers a veritable symphony of gas sounds.
Get it here: Coolthings.com.au
How much: $19.95