'New York Times' Has A List Of Wacky Stocking Stuffers For Christmas If you haven't finished your Christmas shopping yet, or you just don't know what to get, the New York Times is here to help. It published a list of wacky presents from all corners of the internet.

'New York Times' Has A List Of Wacky Stocking Stuffers For Christmas

'New York Times' Has A List Of Wacky Stocking Stuffers For Christmas

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If you haven't finished your Christmas shopping yet, or you just don't know what to get, the New York Times is here to help. It published a list of wacky presents from all corners of the internet.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Hard to believe, but there are only two weeks left before Christmas. And if you're still looking for last-minute gift ideas, well, The New York Times has a list from the far reaches of the Internet. The list includes egg scissors, a giant acrylic frog, LED false eyelashes, a witch's cape, glowing bread lamps, a ham crystal and lettuce slippers. Lettuce slippers - that's what I'm getting Noel for Secret Santa.

NOEL KING, HOST:

The messed up thing is I want the eyelashes (laughter).

GREENE: Or those. It's MORNING EDITION.

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