We wish you a Merry Christmas.

Except for you, 2020. We wish you nothing. You’ve been a big bag of dicks. 

What better way to say eff off 2020 and bring on 2021 than with a festive Christmas bauble, filled with merry, cheer and swear words? 

Source: Feck the Halls

Well, you’re in luck, because we’ve found just the thing.

Brutally honest baubles 

Two cheeky Aussie mums have designed a range of sweary Christmas baubles lovingly made just for 2020. Their company, Feck the Halls, sells four festive Christmas baubles that will be a welcomed addition to any tree. 

Send off 2020 with a festive middle finger 

Each porcelain ornament is printed in a metallic gold script and eloquently inscribed with these festive sentiments.

Source: Feck the Halls

Choose from: 

  • 2020 Never Ever Again
  • Fuck You 2020
  • 2020 A Bin Fire of a Year
Source: Feck the Halls

And, my personal fave: 

  • 2020 A Steaming Pile of Shit 
Christmas baubles
Source: Feck the Halls

The gift that keeps on giving zero f*cks

Buy one for $19.95 or the whole set for $59.95.

Or buy a whole shit-ton of them to send to family and friends as a unique Christmas gift this year. Because, odds are, you’re not going to actually be able to SEE them at Christmas. Because #2020.

But, hey, at least you can remind them just how brutally awful 2020 was with a gift that they can enjoy for years and years to come. Like we’re ever likely to forget, anyway. 

Farewell, 2020. You can brighten our Christmas trees, but never darken our doorsteps again. 

Say it with swear words

We are ALL for sweary Christmas gifts – check out this Merry Sweary Christmas wrapping paper, perfect for wrapping your 2020 Christmas baubles to send via snail mail. 

You can even add a sweary necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings to really brighten their Christmas morning and commemorate the year that stole Christmas.

And every other day. 

swear word jewellery

Another great gift to add to their Christmas care package? This adult swearing colouring book, which is as 2020 as it gets. 

sweary-colouring-book

What to read next

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If you’re feeling a bit guilty for glittering your tree with swear words, don’t. Turns out, swearing makes you a better person. Science says so. 

Author

Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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