At Spicy Baboon, our goal is to provide you with one of the biggest and most affordable range
of $30 Secret Santa gifts in Australia that you and your family will find hilarious. We’ve
gone for the classic Christmas gifts that are usable and can be enjoyed all year round. Our
75% of the Australian population is thought to drink coffee, and our comical mugs are the
perfect receptacle for it. Energy + comedy is always going to be a good mix, particularly if
the gift is personalised
from Dad’s little “shites”.
Ahhh, booze. Christmas wouldn’t be the same without it. You don’t want to listen to your
cousin drone on about breaking his latest cycling record without being at least half-cut,
and our stubby holders will cool your beer and make the experience semi-tolerable. (Consider
version from Mum’s little “shite” ).
People have been sending Christmas cards since the late 19th century, so there’s little point
in stopping now. Thankfully they’ve become a lot more funny and irreverent since then—just
check out our collection and you’ll understand. We’re not even going to give you an example
here as we stock so many, and let’s face it, everyone is irreverent in their own way. It’s a
unique personal quality. No judgement here.
ou can pack a lot into 365 days, which is why a comedy calendar could be a great gift for
your Secret Santa. We have a few to choose from, including our Dogs
Pooping in Beautiful Places version for the dog lover in your life. (Or to convince
your partner that a dog and its daggy bum is definitely NOT on the agenda right now).
Throw your Secret Santa’s face onto a personalised mug or a stubby cooler so they can be
regularly reminded how beautiful they are. Even better, throw
YOUR face on one to remind them how effing awesome YOU are.
if your pressie recipient wasn’t already reminded of Christmas enough by the countless
decorations and adverts, you can also remind them of the event (and no doubt the drinking
that will go with it) with a quintessentially Australian beer
scented soap. Cheers (both in and out of the shower)!
Best Secret Santa Gifts Under $30
Secret Santa remains a great tradition that brings a little fun into the festive season.
Whether at work, among your family, or with your friends, it’s a great opportunity to give
something that is both handy and funny. That’s basically why we made our selection of comedy
Secret Santa gifts—we want people to open their presents, throw their heads back with
laughter, and hold them aloft like some kind of trophy.
Let’s face it—only the most boring of people would want to open a department store gift
voucher for their Secret Santa. It completely misses the point of the activity: to get
something that somebody can use, and also finds funny. Double win. Our mugs, calendars,
stubby coolers, and tons of other products all fall into this glorious category, and might
make you just a little bit cooler. $30 Secret Santa gifts rock!
Quality Secret Santa Gifts Under $30 That Will Last The Distance
We don’t want you to buy one of our funny Kris Kringle gifts under $30 and then have it fall
apart after a few uses. We have a reputation to keep! That’s why we make all of our products
with high-quality, high-grade materials, to ensure that they can be used for years.
We use quality neoprene synthetic rubber and high-grade ink for all of our stubby holders, so
you can put hundreds, no, thousands of beers into them and delight in their immense
strength. We use superior porcelain for our Secret Santa mugs so that they don’t shatter the
moment they tap against a dish. And we have thick and respectable GSMs (grams per square
metre) for our cards and calendars, so they will stand firm on your cabinet or wall. All
excellent quality, and all excellent Secret Santa presents for your lucky recipient.
Give a $30 Secret Santa Gift That Will Make You The Office Or Family Favourite
Not convinced yet? Here’s just a few reasons why our Spicy Baboon gifts make excellent
Christmas gifts for your Secret Santa:
Have we mentioned this already? Our Christmas gifts are funny. Really really funny.
Otherwise our baboons wouldn’t have made them, and we aren’t about to question their sense
of humour because they have muscles like you wouldn’t believe. So if you want to make your
Secret Santa laugh this Christmas, for heaven’s sake buy one of our gifts. And if we’re
being honest here, you’re probably buying this present because you want to make people laugh
and seem funnier than you really are. There’s no shame in it. We all do it.
They can be used
We make products that are both funny and useful, so that your Secret Santa can use them time
and time again (not just for Christmas). Our mugs, stubby coolers, and calendars are just a
few good examples.
They last for ages
We aren’t about making tat that falls apart after a few uses. That’s why we use high-quality
materials for all of our products. We want them to be enjoyed repeatedly!
They are excellent value
With our Kris Kringle gifts under $30 (and many under $20), you can buy a cracking pressie
from us that will be useful and piss funny. You’ll be hard-pressed to find this much value
in a present elsewhere.
They’re made in Australia
It’s good to support our national economy. A healthy economy means more jobs, more
opportunities, and better services for everyone, so by purchasing a Spicy Baboon Christmas
gift you’re helping to do these very things. They’re important, and one of the reasons that
Australia is such a great place to live.
What is Secret Santa called around the world?
Kris Kringle (or Kris Kindle, Kris Kringel)
Kris Kringle is derived from the German word Christkindl (“Christ child”), and is often
called this in Australia, America, Canada, and the UK.
”Witcteln” is the German word for elf or goblin, which is believed to be the little magical
creature that leaves the gift for you.
”Julklapp” is the Scandinavian word for Secret Santa, and it translates to “Christmas
knock.” That’s pretty damn literal.
Lootjes Trekken (or namen trekken)
This is the Dutch version of the game, and it translates to “to pull straws.”
White Elephant or Dirty Santa
a version of the game where you have the option to steal other people’s presents after you
open yours. In this version, you buy a present and put it into a pile. Then you draw
people’s names from a hat, and they get to open a present, and if they don’t like it, they
can swap it for someone else’s. That’s what makes it dirty. The best outcome is to come last
so that you can steal any present you want.
A rare version of the game where you dress up as the Satan, lord of the underworld, ring
your friend’s doorbell, and then leap out and slap them with a wet haddock. Just kidding, we
might have made that one up.