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They can be inspirational, beautiful, whimsical, aspirational, amazing, silly, delicious, satisfying, entertaining, and useful. Or, contradictorily, they can say something special just because they are seemingly useless.
You may ask yourself — what about practical gifts? Yes, some the most thoughtful gifts are practical, too. Especially for those of us who know people who cannot afford to get the things so many of us consider to be the best tools for everyday living. To help you out, we created The Wirecutter’s Best Everyday Things for $50, $100, $200, a handy companion (based on our guides) to our wonderful gift guide below.
And so, we present you with this, the result of hundreds of hours of effort on the part of our editors over the last few months: a humble list of strange things we feel we ourselves would want to give and receive without engendering a single thought of regifting, returning, or rejecting.
Of course, many of the best gifts are timeless, so we also recommend you peruse our gift guides from yesteryear (2013, 2012, or 2011) to see if something that inspires you there.
Source: NY Times – Wirecutter
Keyword: The Things We Want to Give (Our 2014 Gift Guide)