What to get the friend who eats all of her freshly microwaved meals in front of Honey Boo Boo marathons? Or the one who doesn’t like all the different foods to mingle on her plate because she has OCD or some other eating issues? (Who doesn’t?) A duo of stoneware TV dinner trays make a great, oddly romantic gift for screen-side diners, as long as the recipient can withstand the pressure of having to come up with five discreet food items per meal. No, the beverage doesn’t count, and sadly, unlike its Swanson, foil-trayed ancestors, these trays don’t come with the apple cobbler built in. $24 for set of two at Uncommon Goods.

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  1. “I, too, exhibit ironic tendencies. For example, I find it difficult to give sincere gifts. Instead, I often give what in the past would have been accepted only at a White Elephant gift exchange: a kitschy painting from a thrift store, a coffee mug with flashy images of “Texas, the Lone Star State,” plastic Mexican wrestler figures. Good for a chuckle in the moment, but worth little in the long term.”

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