Retirement Gag Gifts
When it comes to picking out retirement gag gifts, the idea is to elicit the fast laugh. Gag gifts aren't just about humor, they are about the ability to laugh at yourself.
About Retirement Gag Gifts
When looking for the ideal gag gift for a family member or co-worker's retirement, be sure to choose something appropriate for that person. Some people enjoy the raunchier gifts while still others prefer their gags to be a little less direct.
Old Fart Extinguisher
This extiguisher is among the raunchier gag gifts, but for the man who can really laugh at himself, this can be a lot of fun to include at his retirement party.
Over the Hill Basket
This basket or something similar can be chock full of gags and useful gifts at the same time. Age 40 used to be considered the "over the hill" period, but with people living longer and longer, that hill is getting higher.
Retired Day Planner
The Retired Day Planner is a fun way to tease and to celebrate the lack of needing to plan every day's meetings, activities and schedule.
Retirement Parking Permit
Kick off the retirement celebration with a presentation of this retired parking permit. It's a fun reminder, particularly for those who are counting down the days to retirement, that freedom is coming.
Retirement Countdown Clock
The clock is a great retirement gag gift at any time. It lets you count down the days, weeks, months or years to retirement for fun or for real.
Hang up your retirement sign proudly, because the first thing you want to do is make sure your family and friends know your intentions -- humorous and otherwise.
This corkscrew is entirely a gag gift for those who want a little wine for their friends who whine about the good life.
Take advantage of the knowledge in this book to supercharge your retirement. This retirement gift doesn't have to be a gag, but will definitely be worth a chuckle or two.
What You Don't Know
This book, "What You Don't Know About Retirement", helps you answer all those niggling questions like what do you do with all that free time? And how do you maximize your retirement? A humorous present for some, it may also be useful to a retiree.