We’ve taken some of the biggest Secret Santa gifts and corrupted the hell out of them with
inappropriate memes, celebrities, quotes, and more. You can find the following product types
in our collection of Kris Kringle gifts:
Our crack squad of very talented baboons craft all our designs in house, making the most
of their skills in memes, pop culture references, and bad dad jokes (the best dad joke
is a bad dad joke). We’re here to take a walk on the spicier side of life, with an
irreverent sense of humour that you and your dad are gonna love! Can’t say the same for
everyone else in the family, but there’s no accounting for taste, is there?
Christmas is a scorcher in Australia, and if we have to wear clothes, let them be t-shirts
with ridiculous things printed on them. When your Secret Santa settles down in the afternoon
to watch The Empire Strikes Back for the millionth time, they’ll definitely want to be
Yoda-themed Christmas t-shirt. Definitely.
Like a t-shirt but with the arms torn off. Even better and cooler, which is why we sell so
many of them. Your Secret Santa’s pits deserve to be as sweat free as possible. Fans of The
Simpsons will love our D’oh
Ho Ho version.
If you live somewhere a little more chilled like SA or Tassie, your Secret Santa might want
to chuck a hoodie on instead, especially if they wake up at the crack of dawn on Christmas
day like an excited 4-year old. They can chuck on that hoodie and continue tearing open
One for the ladies. Who doesn’t want to look sexy and funny at the same time (particularly in
for Santa top).They’re fashionable, made from high-quality fabrics, and your Secret
Santa will love them.
In terms of Secret Santa gift ideas, mugs the classic Christmas gift! We couldn’t survive
without our morning caffeine, which is why we have created plenty of naughty designs to give
your Secret Santa a chuckle before being smashed with energy. You’ll find Will Ferrell’s
Elf, Kevin McCallister, Samuel L.Jackson, and plenty of other celebs on our mugs. You can
even get a personalised mug with your Secret Santa’s face on it. Bonza!
men should abide by one ironclad rule: keep your beer cold at all times. And our stubby
holders are great for Secret Santa presents.
they get a laugh, that’s a bonus! They can chuck their beer into it and then slide
into the pool like some kind of drunk elephant seal. Just warn them not to squash your
You won’t find any pleasant nativity scenes here. Our Christmas cards are just as
inappropriate as the rest of our stuff. There’s the classic council worker who wants you to
get a VB up ya, encouraging messages inviting you to get into the Christmas spirits, Kath &
Kim wishing you a noice Christmas, and more. We love them!
A new year is almost upon us, so the old calendar needs to be torn down and replaced with a
newer, funnier one. You wouldn’t want your dates to get mixed up would you? And with our
Animals calendar, you’ll be able to view the love all year round!
Can you imagine how annoying it would be to receive a musical card that doesn’t stop when you
close it? Then when you break the bloody thing, it blasts you with a shower of sparkling
glitter? Well, we sell this very thing. It’s perfect for people who are more than a little
devilish and who enjoy mildly tormenting their loved ones. That’s you, right?
Liven up your holiday showers with a soap bar that wishes you a merry fucking Christmas. Oh,
and if you’re reading this in December—merry fucking Christmas! 🎄
Our Secret Santa gift ideas suit everyone
We created our inappropriate Christmas gifts because we want Xmas day to be a bit more fun.
If laughter is the best medicine, our products are a bloody prescription for your friends
and family. You can give a
rude stubby cooler to your Dad, a
Kath & Kim crop top to your sister, a
get into the Christmas (boozy) spirits” mug to your bro, and a lovely new
“dogs pooping in beautiful places” calendar to your mum, who can hang it proudly on
the back of a cupboard door.
Our products aren’t just made to be funny and rude, they’re useful too—we aren’t just about
creating tat that you will laugh at once and then throw away. In terms of Secret Santa gifts
in Australia, our products are made from high quality ceramics, cotton, cards, and other
materials that last for ages, and that you can use again and again. You’ll be able to pull
out your Steve Irwin Christmas t-shirt every bloody year, while slurping coffee out of your
“Birthday Boy” Jesus mug. Laughs all around!
Why buy one of our funny Secret Santa gifts?
If you’re still not sure about whether to buy one of our funny Secret Santa gifts, maybe we
can convince you. These are some important reasons why you should definitely definitely buy
one for your Kris Kringle choice:
Look, we don’t want to labour the point, but our Secret Santa gifts are pretty bloody funny.
And that makes you funny by association. Seriously though, it’s a tough world out there and
we could all do with more of a laugh. It relieves stress, relaxes your muscles, improves
your immune system, relieves pain…this is all
scientifically proven. By giving your Secret Santa one of our funny gifts, you’re
actually improving their health in some small way—no joke!
we aren’t about making cheap crap. All of our products—including our Kris Kringle gift
ideas—are made from high grade, durable materials that last for years, because we want
people to enjoy them for as long as possible. That means quality cotton, ceramics, neoprene
for our stubbie coolers, card for our novelty cards and calendars, and soap that actually
Our products are designed to make you laugh, but that isn’t all they’re good for. Our
clothes can be worn throughout the entire year, our stubby coolers are obviously good for
whenever you want to cool your booze, our mugs can become a regular home for your caffeine,
They’re Good Value For Money
You can’t put a price on humour. Well in our case you can, and the price is good for the
quality you get. We certainly could make t-shirts for $10, but they’d probably fall apart
after a few washes and the last thing we want is to be labelled as grifters. We choose
quality instead, and that’s why we have so many loyal customers.
We’re Australian-Owned & Operated
It’s good to support Aussie businesses because it boosts our economy, and we are proud to
call ourselves one. Our headquarters are in Woolloongabba (Brisbane), but we essentially
ship to every corner of the country. As the Americans like to say, you’ll be a good patriot
by supporting us.
You Can Rewatch The Clips, Shows, Movies
We stock an awesome range of funny secret Santa gifts in Australia. Need proof? Our Mike
Tyson t-shirt might encourage you to chuck on his bitey showdown with Evander Holyfield. Our
Elf tanks might remind you to put on what is possibly the greatest Christmas movie of all
time. Or maybe you’re a Die Hard fan instead, and our John McClane t-shirt will inspire you
to watch the entire 4-part series back to back. What else is there to do during the holiday
What sizes are your Secret Santa presents?
Most of our Secret Santa presents (like our mugs, stubby holders, etc.) are
one-size-fits-all, but our clothing obviously comes in different sizes, and they are as
Men’s t-shirts—S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL
Women’s t-shirts—XS, S, M, L, XL
Women’s crop top—XS, S, M, L, XL
Tank top—S, M, L, XL, 2XL
Unisex hoodie—S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL
Check out our range of Secret Santa gifts in Australia
If you’re lost for Kris Kringle gift ideas, we have some of the funniest, rudest, and
inappropriate presents you’ll find. Be a mischievous devil this Christmas and get your
Secret Santa one of our awesome pressies. They’ll love it!
What are Secret Santa and Kris Kringle gift ideas?
If you’ve been lampooned into Secret Santa gifting and you’re not sure what the hell it is,
let us explain for you.
Secret Santa is a Christmas tradition where people in a group (usually families or
co-workers) put their names into a hat, and then pick a name from the hat who they have to
buy a present for. They can’t tell anyone else who they have picked, and whoever has your
name can’t tell you either. That’s the secret part of it, you see. When you wrap up the
present for your Secret Santa, you write “To Bob, from Santa” so that it remains a mystery.
Technically it should forever remain a mystery even after the present has been given, but it
doesn’t really matter if you tell someone that you bought their present for them. The world
isn’t going to bloody end. You might also want some kudos for buying one of our hilarious
Where did Secret Santa gifts come from?
These things are never easy to pin down, but the tradition of Secret Santa gifts is believed
to have started with Larry Dean Stewart, an American philanthropist who came up with the
idea of giving people anonymous cash gifts during the holidays. For over 25 years, Stewart
donated $100 bills to needy people living in his city of Kansas, and his identity wasn’t
revealed until 2006. He even started training other secret Santas, who he gave $65,000 to
hand out over Christmas. What an absolute legend.
Of course, that would be too simple though. Even recent traditions are difficult to trace
back to their roots. Other sources believe that Secret Santa comes from Scandinavia
(Julklapp), where people left anonymous Kris Kringle gifts outside others’ houses, knocking
on their doors and then running away. At the end of the day—does it really matter? The
tradition of Secret Santa is an excellent one, and we are proud to make it a little more
amusing with our troves of funny gifts.
What is Secret Santa called in other countries?
Kris Kringle (or Kris Kindle, Kris Kringel)
Kris Kringle comes from the German word Christkindl (“Christ child”), and the game of Secret
Santa is sometimes called this in Australia, Canada, America, the UK, and some other places.
”Witcteln” is the German word for goblin or elf, which is thought to be the creature that
leaves the present for you.
”Julklapp” is the Scandinavian word for Secret Santa, and translates to “Christmas knock.”
Pretty literal if you ask us.
Lootjes Trekken (or namen trekken)
This is the Dutch version of the game, which means “to pull straws.”
White Elephant or Dirty Santa
This is a version of the game where you can steal other people’s presents after you open
yours. Instead of buying a present for a particular person, you just buy one present and put
it into the pile. Then people’s names are drawn from a hat, and they get to open a present,
and then swap it for someone else’s present if they want. The goal of this game is to come
dead last so that you can steal whatever present you want. It’s mean and can be a lot of
A very niche version of the game played with medical staff in sexual health clinics. Just
kidding, we made that up.
How to run a Kris Kringle gifts game
Running a Kris Kringle game is a piece of cake. Just follow these instructions and you’re
good to go:
1. Ask everyone to write their name on a scrap of paper.
2. Tell them to chuck their names into a hat. This could be a baseball cap, a top
hat—anything you like. Can be a bowl too.
3. Shuffle the names around a bit.
4. Ask people to draw a name out of the hat one by one. If they pick their own, tell them to
put it back and pick another. Keep going until all names are drawn.
The game obviously doesn’t work if you have odd numbers because some poor sod won’t get a
present. Or you can be a kind organiser and just buy the odd person a present yourself.
When wrapping their presents, tell people to put “To [person’s name] from Santa.” Then when
it’s time to open, all you have to do is locate the presents that are from Santa and hand