You Can Now Get A Friend's Themed Advent Calendar
Friends fans can count down the days until Christmas with a brand-new themed advent calendar - it even features a special appearance from the Holiday Armadillo. What more could you want, eh?
Friends: The One with the Surprises Advent Calendar will give fans of the hit 90s sitcom the chance to have a daily dose of Monica, Ross, Joey, Rachel, Phoebe and Chandler in their lives in the run up to the big day.
The calendar features 25 'keepsakes and trinkets ranging from fun ornaments to classic Friends-inspired recipe cards' as well as an 'Holiday Armadillo surprise' - sounds good to me.
So as not to ruin the surprise, creators Insights Edition doesn't reveal what you'll be getting each day, but it's fair to say it'll probably put a smile on the face of fans of the show.
You can pre-order the calendars on Amazon now for £17.19 with free delivery - before they go on sale on 27 October.
Although we still have a fair way off until Christmas, advent calendars have started to pop up online and in stores.
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Earlier this week, B&M confirmed it would be flogging Pringles 12 Days of Pringles calendars for those who fancy a change from chocolate.
The festive calendars contain 12 pots of Pringles - one for each day of Christmas - split evenly among four flavours: original, salt and vinegar, sour cream and onion, and BBQ.
The calendars cost £7.99, which is a small price to pay starting your day with a mini tub of Pringles, if you ask me.
Of course, with things the way they are in 2020, you might fancy cracking open a beer for the first 24 days in December - and if you do, then BrewDog has your back.
The £49.99 BrewDog craft beer advent calendar is comprised of 24 beers, including 15 brand new beers, as well as six online exclusives and two beers that you can only get your hands on in the advent calendar.
Inside you'll find classic BrewDog varieties including Elvis Juice, Punk IPA and Hazy Jane IPA as well as festive brews such as Hoppy Xmas, Sour Grinch and Snowball.
Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals.
Featured Image Credit: Insights Edition
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