Christmas Holiday Articles
Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka (maker of the gold foot massager - see Have Money to Burn? Pay $130,000 for a Foot Massager) has created a couple of products to get into the Christmas spirit. Its most recent item is a 100% gold Christmas tree. The gold Christmas tree is 1.5 meters tall, made from 21 kg of gold and costs a mere $850,000. read more »
It's the Holidays, 2010. We're stretching it to buy gifts for only the most special in our lives, and the gifts will be more personal, more meaningful, than years past, because we are stretching and our giftees know that. This year I found a range of new design gifts for those special people - the fun, the funky, the fanciful, and the functional. You'll find something for your special ones, without busting your budget.
Right on time for the holiday season is a new, innovative vending machine that's designed to prevent drunk driving. Let's be realistic, in concept it's not entirely new, but its approach to the market is unique!
Oooh, your Mom will love these exotic treats, especially if she's a coffee and/or tea drinker. They are very rare brews and, for the first time, they are available to order on-line!
Christmas in Japan is celebrated a little differently than in other countries and some holiday traditions are unique to the land of the rising sun. One of these is Christmas Cake - a very special cake with certain required ingredients. It can be said that Christmas in Japan really isn't Christmas at all without Christmas cake! read more »
Here's one difference between dog and cat lovers. Cat lovers love cats; dog lovers love specific breeds of dogs. Generalization? Well, that's what calendar publishers are telling us, because they print far more breed specific calendars about dogs than cats. I sent my dog Coca out digging for the doggone delightful ones and he came back with some - very proud of himself.