Adweek creates list of bizarre gifts for those who have everything

MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- If you're in a quandry about what to give for Christmas, and your pockets are deep, Adweek Magazine has some ideas for you -- but they're pretty bizarre!

The list includes items like the Numi Digital Toilet by Kohler that, apart from the standard features like a seat warmer also includes a deodorizer and foot dryer -- for $6,000.

For the animal lover, there's the Neiman Marcus $1.5 million falconry companion.

If that's a little out of your price range, how about a $55 bottle of male dog cologne?

If you're out hunting and need a drink -- there's a $214 Home Depot camoflauge portable bar?!

Want to get a workout in with your Christmas gift? How about the $325 private ninja lessons -- in which participants will learn how to throw stars and dodge sword blows.

For the mom who's hard to buy for, you might want to consider the Mommy Makeover Plastic Surgery package from Dr. Gregory Buford. It includes everything from a tummy tuck to a breast lift because as Dr. Buford says "being a mom is okay but looking like one is no longer acceptable."

For the pole lover who's always on the go, says the manufacturer of the Lil Mynx Portable Stripper Pole, you can buy your loved one a $385 pole that can be packed up and taken anywhere in a custom made alligator case."

On the high end of the spectrum we have an $8.1 million rose gold and diamond encrusted iPhone that includes over 500 flawless cut diamonds.

For the man in your life, how about a $100,000 Zaffiro Iridium Razor that comes with sapphire-encrusted blades and 20 years of warranty including sharpening in case you sapphire blades ever get dull.

Another great guy gift would be the 1959 corvette billiards table for $25,000. It's manufactured and painted in a real auto body shop.

Adweek says Americans will spend $602 billion on presents this season -- and the people that came up with these unusual gifts are hoping some of that money comes their way.

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