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Man Crates are basically real-life loot boxes. They’re fun to open, and the receivers are always in for a shock. Boxes come with everything from cocktail kits, hot sauces, meat jerky packs or party essentials. The real fun is for you, the gifter, to watch them open a crate with the included mini crowbar. It’s perfect for anyone who enjoys surprises and practical pranks. If you’re a true friend, consider getting the Diabolical Duct Tape Cocoon add-on and look for the panic in their eyes.
We’ve picked out a few of our favorites to help you get the idea train rolling.
Looking for a gift for people who enjoy pain with their food? Consider the Hot Sauce Making Crate. With 3 of the worst peppers known to man packed with a pair of chemical-resistant gloves, this crate is not meant for people who still have taste buds.
If your recipient is really into outdoor cooking, help take their flavor game to the next level with this Grill Master Crate. It comes with all the necessities, such as a meat tenderizer, thermometer, smoke boxes, wood chips and BBQ sauces.
This is kind of a cheat crate because who doesn’t love bacon? Maybe there are some folks out there who might not but we are willing to bet there are a few more who would love a chance to try five different kinds of bacon all at once. This crate comes loaded with two kinds of jerky, bacon brittles, bacon seasonings and even a bacon jam.
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