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Holiday Gifts for Different “Types” of Friends

  • The Late Friend
    • A watch: Time is of the essence.
  • The Movie-goer
    • Tickets: Perfect timing. Christmas season is the time where good flicks hit the big screen.
  • The Music Maniac
    • Spotify premium membership: Tell this friend to say goodbye to random ads, and hello to the power of switching and skipping songs with ease.
    • Headphones: Everyone is always losing these.
  • The “Tumblr Tool”
    • Bath bomb: Even though California lacks water, these sparkly, fruity, flowery, scented bath extravaganzas make bath time that much more fun.
    • Succulent plant: Drought-tolerant, much needed in California, and decorative.
    • Fanny packs: These useful storage systems have come back in fashion.
  • The Creative Soul
    • Brush pens: Lettering is so in.
    • Pins: Art on art on art.
  • The Subtweeter
    • Journal: Something to take notes in so they have evidence for future subtweets OR for them to write in instead of subtweeting.
  • The Instagram Guru
    • Fish eye lens for iPhone: A must-have for aspiring Instagram feed curators.
  • The AP Junkie
    • Test prep books (if they don’t already have them): Useful.
  • Someone-who-has-it-all
    • Thoughtful handwritten card: Taking a step back from materialism.
  • The Bookworm
    • Out of Print: Have your friend’s favorite stories come to life right out of the pages onto shirts, tote bags, and mugs.
  • The Gym Rat
    • Gym membership: Practicality trumps creativity here.
    • Reusable water bottles: Keep your friend hydrated with brands such as Hydroflask, Swell, etc.
    • Socks: Who can really have enough?
  • The Foodie
    • A restaurant lunch date: Search up some bougie place on Yelp and take your friend here. Travel the world on your taste palates together.   
    • Restaurant gift card: For those who don’t want to spend time with the gift receiver.
  • The Broadway Buff
    • Hamilton Tickets: Very unrealistic, but can’t be topped. 
    • Hamilton Mixtape (more realistic): Allow your friend to enjoy Hamilton on a budget that won’t break the bank.

About Chloe Jiang

Chloe Jiang
Chloe Jiang is a senior and a co-editor-in-chief of The Sun, a tea aficionado, a La Jolla Cove frequenter, a grammar snob, and an advocate for gender equality. Among her favorite words are bougie and trite.

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