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Didn’t Get What You Want for Christmas?

Christmas is over 2018. We at WhoopTee hope you had a nice day with your family, sharing revelry and love. Of course, Christmas means presents. Presents are supposed to be an intimate moment of giving between people who care about each other. Sadly…some people suck at giving gifts.

Create a New Christmas Eve Tradition

Twas the night before Christmas and all over, people were looking for fun activities to do with their families. Singing, baking cookies for Santa, and building gingerbread houses have long been staples of Christmas Eve.

Cheap Custom Holiday T-Shirts? It’s a Festivus Miracle!

Once upon a time, a wise man named Frank Costanza went to the store to buy a doll for his son. He reached for the doll the same time as another man. As Frank reigned blows down upon the other man, he thought, there must be a better way; a festivus for the rest of us. Thus, the holiday of Festivus was born. 

Break in Case of Emergency: Christmas Plan B

So…you ignored our advice about getting a custom t-shirt as a Christmas present. You no doubt realized today that you only have 13 days to come up with a one-of-a-kind, personalized Christmas gift in time for the bid day. If you ordered today, your t-shirt would arrive on December 27.

Do the Time Wrap and Go Retro!

Do the Time Wrap and Go Retro! 

Why Buy One Present? Take Care of Multiple Loved Ones This Christmas

 

Cyber Monday – 52 Weeks Per Year

Did you know there are 52 Cyber Mondays each year? “No,” you say. “That’s insanity! Cyber Monday is the Monday after Thanksgiving. Look at WhoopTee’s blog person trying to get cute. I’m so mad I could Tweet about it!”

Have You Made Your Charitable Donations Yet?

 

Small Businesses Need Your Support Today!

Small businesses need your support today on Small Business Saturday! While Black Friday is a day for big box retailers use door busters to pit weary shoppers against each other like gladiators in the wee hours of Thanksgiving and the following morning.

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