Heart Shaped Live Plant
Marimos are little fluffy balls of aquatic moss native to Japan (because of course they are) that you can keep as a pet. They can live a long time if properly cared for – like 100 years – and in some cases grow in the shape of a heart. Give the rare gift that can outlive both of you.
If you’re considering going with gift as common as flowers, you might consider stepping it up a few dozen notches by dipping them in 24k gold. Just gather up all your extra gold, melt it in your crucible, and toss in your plants. Or just buy this Eternity Rose instead. Actually, it’s probably electro-plated not really dipped in molten metal, but you get the point.
When did live music go out of style? Go ahead and raise the decibels a bit. This digital age of singular musical experiences is no cure for the weary minded. Give your parents tickets to an experience they’ll never forget. Get those toes tapping and hands clapping and let the rhythms set them free from the monotony!
All of life’s problems can be solved with the crack of a fortune cookie. Pack these sumptuous treats with messages that will feed their souls and calm their nerves. Who knew wisdom could be so delicious? At a crossroads in life? Have a cookie! Give in to the yummy fun and go back for more until you find the answer you seek. Now that’s an anniversary gift you can sink your teeth into!
Here's an anniversary gift that will elevate the “sole”! Take those seaside strolls to a whole new level and leave a loving impression for all to see. There’s no doubt your parents could use some new footwear for their next escapade at the beach. Why not send a message with every click, click, click along the shore? A playful, affectionate reminder of the bond they share, these flip flops are the next big thing!
If they’ve still got a competitive streak after all these years, this game is a perfect way to satisfy it while making up for all the times that one of them forgot to do the dishes. If you’ve never seen your parents argue over whose turn it is to take the trash out, brace yourself…
After years and years together, there really aren’t many surprises left, and maybe that’s a good thing. But that doesn’t mean that all surprises are bad. Show your parents how much people still like them by getting all those people to hide in a room and startle the crap out of them.
When you’ve been with someone for long enough, the days sure do start to blend together. Sometimes you need a stark visual reminder of just how much damn time you’ve spent with each other. It’s also a great way to prove that married couples start to look more alike when they get old.
After spending somewhere around a bajillion hours together, every couple runs out of things to talk about from time to time. With more than 2 million copies of TableTopics sold, this thing certainly has people talking. Which of us is the worst backseat driver? How much do we need in the bank to feel secure? Is it our similarities or our differences that attract us to each other?