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At a White Elephant gift exchange, leaving with a good gift is all about luck-- or about how ruthless you're willing to be when it comes to stealing from your friends, family, and/or co-workers. You've likely been invited to a White Elephant party this holiday, or maybe your family has decided to change up gift-giving this year. No need to sweat it; we've got you covered...

A timeless tradition at most offices, the Secret Santa gift exchange is a chance to get your coworkers something cute, funny, or genuinely useful. For too many though, giving gifts can be tedious or stressful. Maybe you were assigned a coworker you don't know very well, or perhaps you've drawn the person who seems to already have everything they need.

Gift ideas for our furry (and feathered, and scaly) friends. (TCA Staff)

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