20 Funny Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Everyone You Love
Because laughter is always the best gift, there’s something for everyone here, from sarcasm and sass to self-deprecation and downright silliness. A “You’re So Lucky To Have Me” mug will remind them they really lucked out in the love department by choosing you. Or make them crack up with a comical jab at your own sleeping patterns, thanks to a set of pillowcases pointing out your disproportionate side of the bed.
There’s even something for treating yourself to a little self-love this year with a book of funny, non-cheesy, affirmations. And, for those not in a romantic relationship, there’s a handful of gag gifts for Galentines, too. (The “Mold the Perfect Man” ice tray will have your BFF giggling any time she reaches for a drink.)
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Your Side, My Side Pillowcases
If you live with someone who’s always hogging the bed, let this set of pillowcases lay down some ground rules for you. Directional arrows keep everyone in line (and jokingly giving you a little extra room). These lighthearted pillowcases are soft, breathable, machine-washable, and wrinkle-resistant.
To buy: $32; amazon.com.
'You’re So Lucky to Have Me' Mug
Your S.O. probably already knows what a catch you are—but there’s no harm in reminding them (over and over again). In a hilarious effort to make sure everyone feels included, this sassy mug even comes with a choice of a “Righty” or “Lefty” handle preference. If you aren’t able to celebrate together this Valentine’s Day, the seller offers direct shipping to your love—wherever they may be. Though the mug is microwave-safe (for when you're in a rush to get that caffeine flowing), hand washing is recommended. The 10-ounce mug comes already packaged in a pretty gift box with a blank gift tag, too.
To buy: $24; etsy.com.
World's Okayest Valentine T-Shirt
If sarcasm is your chosen love language, here's an ironic T-shirt that'll give your Valentine a chuckle and a much-deserved eye-roll (because you both know this isn't true: They're obviously the best Valentine ever—but of course you wouldn't just outright say so). Tons of versions of this gift exist, including World's Okayest Husband/Wife, Boyfriend/Girlfriend/Friend, and Fiance.
To buy: $20; amazon.com.
'We Go Together' Pop-Up Notecard Collection
If you don't plan on making your own Valentine's Day cards, you'll need to get shopping for the perfect one. Anyone can buy a generic valentine at the store, but who needs that when these hilarious notecards exist? All the classic food pairings you can think of—from peanut butter and jelly or eggs and bacon to salt and pepper—are featured in this set of 10 notecards and envelopes. There’s even a 3D element to these Valentine's Day greetings an adorable pop-up accent. Buy a set and dole them out to your partner and/or friends; or gift a set to a friend who share them with their significant other, friends, and family—all they need to do is personalize the message inside.
To buy: $15; amazon.com.
'Bring Me Wine' Socks
If her idea of a Valentine’s Day treat is curling up in bed while being served a glass of her favorite red or white blend, then these are the socks she’ll never want to take off. The funny phrase (“if you can read this” on one, “please bring me wine” on the other) is featured on the soles, so she just needs to point her toes to the sky to put in her beverage request. We can’t guarantee that this request will be fulfilled after February 14—but it’s still worth trying just about any day of the year.
To buy: $14; etsy.com.
Porn for Women
There are no naked people in this hilarious book—just attractive men saying and doing all the things you’ve ever wished they would in real life (think: a man vacuuming the living room all by himself on the front cover and the photo of one guy saying “Ooh, look, the NFL playoffs are today. I bet we’ll have no trouble parking at the crafts fair.”) It’s the ultimate fantasy book for women everywhere—perfect for laughing with your pals at your next girls' night.
To buy: $10; amazon.com.
Paper Tantrum Nifty Notes
Give your one and only the best gift of all: The ultimate forum to express their everyday complaints with perfect passive aggression. This notepad is your loving way of saying, "Let it out, honey—I'm here for all your constructive feedback."
To buy: $6; knockknockstuff.com.
Drinking Buddies Drink Markers
Make your friends' Valentine's Day cocktails that much more festive with these handsome (and hilarious) Drinking Buddies drink markers. Is there any better Valentine's Day companion than a strapping young lad clinging to a glass of their favorite wine? We think not.
To buy: $10; amazon.com.
'Plans With My Cat' Tank
A funny gift for any friend who prefers to spend their nights curled up on the couch with their cat to a wild night on the town. With several colors to choose from, you may just want to buy one for yourself too, because—let’s face it—we’ve all experienced "JOMO" (that’s "Joy of Missing Out") from time to time.
To buy: $18; etsy.com.
The Perfect Man Ice Tray
Yes, it is possible to mold your perfect man—thanks to this genius silicone ice tray. If you’re hosting a Galentine’s Day party this year, welcome each guest with a drink chilled with one of these frozen, chiseled ice guys. The box promises these particular studs are frozen in time and never disappoint. If you are so inspired, a perfect man chocolate mold is also available for a comical dessert.
To buy: $8; amazon.com.
Made With Love Sandwich Bags
These plastic zippered bags are the perfect size for storing a sandwich, snacks, or fruit—with a fun, Valentine's Day surprise. Your sweetheart will get a mid-day reminder of your affection when they find their lunch wrapped in lipstick-printed bags. Each order includes 10 bags with pink kisses and 10 with red kisses. To minimize waste and maximize enjoyment, rinse them out and recycle them for more affectionate lunches in the future.
To buy: $5; amazon.com.
Boyfriend Arm Body Pillow
Calling all your single friends—or friends in a long distance relationship—on Valentine's Day! A faux boyfriend body pillow to keep them comfy and keep them company while binge-watching romantic movies is the funniest (and possibly the creepiest) Valentine's Day gag gift ever.
To buy: $40; amazon.com.
Fred & Friends Chill Baby BPA Free 0-6 Months Pacifier
Calm the F*** Down by Sarah Knight
Is the love of your life a little wound up these days? Gift them this smart and sassy self-care book to show them how much you love them and care about their well-being (read: rising stress levels). Reading it will help them quell anxiety and center their mind.
To buy: $20; urbanoutfitters.com.
Love Lotto Tickets
With these romantic scratch-and-win lottery tickets, you won’t just be competing for a few dollars—you’ll be rewarding each other with an array of affectionate, redeemable tokens. Tickets such as “Show Me The Love” and “Seven Minutes in Heaven” will likely recall the curious innocence of middle school party games (but just a word of warning—the publisher suggests a minimum age of 13). Each paperback book contains 100 tickets and is pocket-sized, making them easy to stow in a drawer when relaxing at home or tucked in a purse for a little entertainment during dinner out. You can even tuck one into each other’s bags in the morning for a funny and romantic mid-day surprise that’s redeemable after five o’clock.
To buy: $10; barnesandnoble.com.
Soulmate Magnet Mugs
Together forever! Make your Valentine laugh with a cheeky set of couple's mugs that illustrate your utterly magnetic chemistry—and a little reminder that you're stuck together for better or worse (*wink*).
To buy: $30 for set of 2; amazon.com.
'Ring for a Kiss' Service Bell
Does someone need attention? This funny—and, let's face it, totally cheesy—Valentine's Day gift is the perfect little number for the S.O. who's always in the market for some tenderness. Instead of whining for your affections, they can now ring the service bell for a kiss or hug from yours truly.
To buy: $8; amazon.com.
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be only about how much you love other people—why not treat yourself to a little self-love? This book of affirmation cards, written by comedian Suzi Barrett, is a fun way to compliment yourself and start out each day with a boost of confidence. Because “even pessimists like a little positivity.”
To buy: $14; knockknockstuff.com.
Amusemints Wine Mint Tins
Nobody wants to have bad breath going into a date or a networking event. These tiny tins, which easily fit in her purse or glove compartment, will ensure her breath is as fresh as can be. The set features three tins with different clever sayings and designs guaranteed to make her laugh. When the breath fresheners are long gone, the tins can be used to hold small trinkets (think sewing tools, bobby pins and other hair accessories, or loose change).
To buy: $6; worldmarket.com.
Keep Calm and Colour Mermaids
It’s well known that coloring books can be a calm, stress-relieving escape when someone is feeling overwhelmed or anxious about a never-ending to-do list, a tough commute, or just the general annoyances of everyday life. This coloring book, with whimsical drawings of mermaids, can be her nighttime ritual when she’s looking to decompress after a long day at work or running errands. For a well-rounded gift, package the book with a set of coloring pencils, and she will be all set. You can thank us later when she seems to be a lot more zen.
To buy: $8; amazon.com.