Grey’s Anatomy Character-Themed Holiday Gift Guide
As we inch closer and closer to holiday time and (gasp!) aGrey's Anatomy winter hiatus, we decided to distract ourselves with some shopping. If someone on your gift list is much like a character on Grey's, do we have ideas for you. (You're welcome.)
For the Derek in your life... The Seattle Ferry poster by Paul A. Landquist will bring the magic of the nautical commute to your own walls. And it's so much safer, as there's no threat of a terrifying ferry crash.
For the Cristina in your life... The Skullcandy Lowrider Headphones will let her rock out in her living room whenever she needs to groove her issues away. Plus, they're sure to drown out any nosy visitors inquiring about her emotional well-being. And they come in all the colors of the rainbow.
For the Bailey in your life... The LEGO City Hospital set is perfect for a mother whose child is graduating from tot-hood to childhood (and is past the age of choking hazards). If the mother happens to work in a hospital herself, so much the better.
For the Alex in your life... There's no better way than to prepare for a bar fight — oops, we mean, no better way to get in some serious cardio than to practice your punches and hooks, and the Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves will make you look the part. ($19 and up)
For the Callie in your life... Music can provide the best emotional support during a tough time, and iTunes has assembled the ultimate break-up playlist. It's got the "Irreplaceable," the "Thanks 4 Nothin'," the "I Hate Everything About You," and 54 other Splitsville songs. ($80)
For the Arizona in your life... If walking is too boring, Heelys always get you around quickly and excitingly (if a bit dorkily), and are sure to impress the tiny humans in your life. These wheeled sneakers come in a variety of styles, so you're bound to find one that can get you from point A to point B suitably... even if point A is a loving relationship and point B is Africa. (Various prices)
For the Lexie in your life... Sometimes, public outbursts aren't the answer, shocking though it may be. Sometimes, it's best to just keep mum and vent your anger through stress-relief objects like Stress Paul. Just disregard how agonized he looks. He can take the pressure a lot better than you can. ($6)