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Gift Guide: 8 Creepy Presents for Your Godchildren (That Will Make Their Parents Hate You)

Ah, the joys of being a godfather.
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Tired of giving boring teddy bears to your godchildren every holiday season? Are you ready to spice up your godchildren’s Christmas? Are you willing to piss off their parents? And, more important, are you ready to have your godfather card revoked?

As godparents, we have a responsibility to ensure the “spiritual guidance” of our godchildren—whatever the hell that means. We’re guessing that implies “enriching” their childhood with memories (and nightmares) they’ll keep with them forever.

Without further ado, here are eight creepy gifts, without any context, for kids that will certainly make their parents hate you.

1| Hasbro Ouija Board Game

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2| Manananggal USB Flash Drive

 

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3| Bugs: A Stunning Pop-up Look at Insects, Spiders, and Other Creepy-Crawlies

 

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4| Grow the F*ck Up Book

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5| The Nun Doll

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6| The Annabelle Doll

 

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7| Death Note Journal

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8| The It Raincoat

 

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