Before we start, let's state the obvious, yes, Valentine's day is a fabricated bullsh*t day invented by retailers who need the cash you don’t have after Christmas.
The words of Susan echo everywhere “I would rather you show me that you love me during the year than buy me a gift on Valentine's day”
It is commercial, it is overpriced, it is a day that you are more likely to get wrong than get right… so let’s help you out because when we say:
“It’s a commercial trap, we don’t want anything“
Whatever you do, don’t buy us nothing!
The Inappropriate Gift Co 2019 Calendar for the month of February.
In this family we don't hide crazy, we sit her in the sun and hand her an espresso martini.
The Inappropriate Gift Co 2019 Calendar for January.
Rest assured I am still going to be the same miserable cow I was last year. This year however, I will be telling more people to fuck off.
At this time of year nice mums start stressing about what to get little Johnny’s teacher.
Thanks to all my lovely inappropriate mums (who also happen to be teachers), here is our list of WHAT NOT TO GET THEM
Yes we do find inappropriate products amusing... so does our best mate Christian. Check out him checking them out. Follow him on YouTube or Facebook as he is such a talented and very funny guy that makes us feel normal, more importantly he is the nicest guy in the universe.
What a crazy ride from my first video audition for Shark Tank to the airing of our episode. Episode 1 Series 4.
I wasn't sure whether the Sharks would have an inappropriate sense of humour but they all did, I created a feeding frenzy!! For any of you that have bought our products, followed our socials and or shared our website - THANK YOU
So happy I chose this awesome business woman! Not only is she a genuinely nice lady, her work ethic is amazing as is her mentoring and coaching.
The other contestant to walk away with a deal on Tuesday night's episode was NSW mum Lori Phegan, who came in seeking $100,000 for 10 per cent of her controversial gifting business, The Inappropriate Gift Company.
"The idea for the Gift Co. came after a particularly stressful week at work as an HR manager. I thought, there must be more fun to life than this," she said.
Since launching a basic website in November 2016, the company has sold nearly 24,000 products to more than 9000 customers in 36 countries, making $470,000 revenue. Ms Phegan said the goal was "to be the global home of inappropriate gifts".
Impressed by the pitch and her solid sales figures, Steve offered $100,000 for 20 per cent, Janine offered $100,000 for 18 per cent, while Andrew and Naomi both offered $100,000 for 15 per cent.
Naomi swooped in with a last-minute offer of $100,000 for 15 per cent, plus another $100,000 for another 10 per cent if she could double the business within 12 months - and Ms Phegan took the deal.
"We wanted Naomi because it's an obvious choice because she's in the gifting business," she said. "I'm so happy."
Still not picked up that perfect gift for your other half? Here's what to avoid !
and remember a bottle of very very expensive champagne is always a winner - especially if they are doing FEBFAST