Confuse Your Grandma This Christmas By Giving Her One of These Internet Meme Gifts

'Tis the season.

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Back Friday, Cyber Monday and the entire month of December are right around the corner, which means it’s almost time to exhaust both your energy and your expendable income buying gifts.

Rather than choosing generic holiday presents like scarves, bathrobes and chocolate this holiday season, consider something a little more viral — we’re talking about memes.

Etsy has pages and pages of original Internet meme-themed treasures featuring the faces of Grumpy Cat, Doge, Nicolas Cage and just about every other meme circulating the online world.

These gifts are perfect for Redditor friends, grandmas who won’t understand them, and that person you got for secret santa that you’ve only spoken to once.

1. Meme leggings

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We dare you to find just one person who DOESN’T want these.

2. Artsy Philosoraptor print on a dictionary page

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This framed would undoubtedly look excellent in any hallway.

3. Niceddolas Cage high tops

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I think “fashion forward” is the only way to describe these shoes.

4. Meme pillow set

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They’re buy two get one free!

5. Doge phone case

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So gift. Much holidays.

6. All the meme buttons you could ever want

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Give the gift of having a meme for every occasion! The set includes favorites such as Success Kid, Socially Awkward Penguin and Disaster Girl.

7. Grumpy Cat

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Grumpy Cat goods are apparently in high supply. It was hard to narrow it down, so here are some post cards, a phone case and a kandi rave necklace.

8. Nyan Cat Water Color

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Isn’t original artwork always a good idea?

9. Cuteness Overload earrings

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These handmade earrings also come designed with bacon.

10. Classic Grumpy Cat artwork

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There are so many Grumpy Cat goods that it’s not only possible, but necessary, to dedicate a whole number to classic paintings featuring the soon-to-be movie star of a meme. Confuse Your Grandma This Christmas By Giving Her One of These Internet Meme Gifts