Wednesday Whale Love, Druubie edition!

I don’t know if you’ve heard of Reddit, but it’s pretty awesome. It’s a huge online forum, more or less. And every year for the holidays they do an online gift swap. Last year over 17,000 people participated.

This year, anticipating more people, they decided to go for a world record.

And OF COURSE I want to be part of a world record, so I signed up for RedditGifts :)

My gift came in yesterday and it was awesome! So this week’s Wednesday Whale love will showcase the wonderful whale things my secret santa sent me. Thanks again, Druubie!

Whale on the box:

I love that he’s wearing a santa hat and talking!

Chocolate molds:

This is so fantastic because I have a ton of extra chocolate left over from making those Cake Pops. So now I can make whale chocolates, or whale crayons, or whale ice cubes, or whale magnets. Whale anything, really. I cannot wait to use these.

And my favorite:

I was actually looking at (either) this poster (or a very, very similar poster) on etsy earlier this week and was planning on featuring it on today’s Wednesday Whale Love. So Druubie is a mind reader. I can’t wait to find 1) a frame for it and 2) an open space on my wall for it!


1 Response to “Wednesday Whale Love, Druubie edition!”

  1. 1 chocolate whales! « The Tragic Whale Trackback on January 1, 2012 at 3:26 pm

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