What presents can exude a reaction worthy of an epic Nintendo 64 Christmas morning freakout? None other than the gift ideas below for the Blue Jays fan on your Christmas list.
As a brief aside, I always felt bad for the little girl in the video above because I don’t think she fully understood the gravity of getting a Nintendo 64 for Christmas. I think she was just mimicking the actions of her older brother.
Blue Jays Silly Bandz ($6.99 CAD)
Earlier this year, I facetiously wished for Silly Bandz for my birthday. If I had known these Blue Jays “Logo Bandz” existed, then I would’ve asked for these bad boys for Christmas instead. At the low low price of just $6.99, children can harass Santa to bring them the latest fad which they’ll certainly all but forget come January 1st.
Second 2 None Cologne ($19.50 CAD)
Ever wanted to smell like a (hopefully) Hall of Fame second baseman? Then pick up a bottle of Roberto Alomar’s “Second 2 None” cologne. It may not be accompanied by the novelty of Gustavo Chacin’s cologne, but “Second 2 None” will definitely make a great stocking stuffer.
Game Used Bat Bottle Opener
Unless you’re at the Dome forking out $10 dollars each for a beer, why not get this game used bottle opener to crack open your wobbly pops at home?
Blue Jays Recliner ($999.99 US)
Just in case you ever have too much money that you’re not sure what to do with it, here’s an expensive gift option: a Blue Jays recliner!
I guess if you have that kind of money though, you can get this recliner for the same cost as five “Action Seat” tickets.
Blue Jays M & M’s ($38.99 US)
Some say that giving candy or chocolates on Christmas is very impersonal, but I beg to differ. What could be more personal than a package of M & M’s with your favourite team on it?
You can buy three 7-ounce packages of M & M’s adorned with the Blue Jays logo and colours for only $38.99
Coasters with Game Field Dirt ($31.99 US)
Here’s a gift that’s guaranteed to be a conversation piece at your next dinner party: a set of Blue Jays coasters with actual game field dirt inside.
Now the dirt itself may or may not include spit-out sunflower seed shells, snuff, or any other waste from player’s mouths. I guess that’s part of the fun in the gift: finding surprises like that in the coasters.
Blue Jays Jello/Rice Krispie Mould ($30.00 CAD)
Okay, here’s one of the most unique/weird Blue Jays related gifts I found out there … it’s a Blue Jays mould. The listing says it’s to make Rice Krispie treats, but it almost certainly looks like it could be a Jell-O mould too.
Canadian Living & The Blue Jays
I don’t think I’ve ever read Canadian Living in my entire life, unless it was in a dentist or doctor’s office. But I’d be willing to make an exception of somebody wrapped up this special Blue Jays edition of Canadian Living magazine.
Inside are some recipes from the Blue Jays themselves, including John Olerud’s Omelette, Roberto Alomar’s Mom’s Chicken, The Carter’s Corn Pudding, and The Stottlemyres’s Lasagna.
Blue Jays Beer Pong Table ($114.95 US)
Let’s be honest, if you have a son or daughter away at college or university, chances are they’re blowing their OSAP money on beer. Since they’re drinking away their education anyway, you may as well make it a little more entertaining for them, right? You’ll be the coolest parent ever by buying them this Blue Jays Beer Pong Table for Christmas.
1993 Blue Jays World Series Ring ($8898.89 US)
Finally, we have the crown jewel of all gifts a Blue Jays fan could ever want – a 1993 World Series Ring. I’m not sure how the heck this ended up on eBay, but I’m willing to bet Rickey Henderson pawned it off to pay for some diamond-stud earrings.