10 Gag Gifts for 10 Office Personalities

10 Gag Gifts for 10 Office Personalities

If you’ll be going to an office Christmas party soon and need some awesome gift ideas for a White Elephant gift exchange, we’ve created the greatest Gag-Gift-Giving Guide ever! Find the perfect gift to match the most common office personality types. No need to thanks us!

1. The Narcissist
According to the Mayo Clinic, a narcissistic coworker is someone who has “an inflated sense of their own importance and a deep need for admiration. They believe that they’re superior to others and have little regard for other people’s feelings. But behind this mask of ultra-confidence lies a fragile self-esteem, vulnerable to the slightest criticism.” What better way to show your appreciation for their contribution to the team than with a plush doll created from one of their many Facebook selfie photos? At budsies.com, you can do just that!


2. The Music Snob
Do you know someone who has very strict views of what constitutes good music? Why not give them the gift of “The Worst Christmas Album Collection Ever” – or Best, depending on which way you look at it – with such hits as Bob Dylan’s Christmas in the Heart? Or how about multiple Jim Nabors Christmas albums (no need to include the actual music – the album covers alone would suffice).

3. The Partier
We all know that person who gets a little too excited when it comes to Happy Hour. Let’s get to the point: just go buy one of these…

4. Debby Downer
There’s always that one office pessimist who finds fault in everything. Nothing ever goes right, and nothing is ever satisfactory. Here’s a set of Grumpy Notebooks for said person to write down his or her feelings:

5. The Nerd
Smart people in the office are great. But sometimes they could stand to be taken down a notch. Enter the Pop Quiz Clock.

6. Chatty Cathy
Every office has someone who likes to roam from desk to desk and engage in lengthy casual conversation (not that there’s anything wrong with that!). But maybe a 5 lb. bag of Salt Water Taffy (or should I say, “Salt Water Cathy”) could help the situation:

7. The Straight-Shooter
Of course, there are some coworkers who are the hardworking, no-nonsense type. They, too, could be taken down a few notches with a Demotivational Poster.


8. The High-Tech Hipster
Some folks feel the need to own every latest tech gadget under the sun. For that person who has it all, introducing The iPlaid. That is, a plaid iPad case:

9. The Perpetually Stressed-Out
Work is hard. For some people, it’s really, really hard. What’s the perfect gift for their office desk? A giant jar of “Chill Pills” which can be filled with their favorite drug-shaped candy:


10. The Boss
Last but not least, the boss deserves an extra special gift this Christmas. We know that being the boss means making some tough executive decisions. This handy Spinning Decision Maker takes the guesswork out of tackling those really difficult choices:



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