Yamaclaus Is the Ultimate Jewish Santa Accessory

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Have you taken a good look at the calendar lately? Shit's bananas. Holidays are getting pushed together, Valentine's decorations are being sold in November, and for the first time since 1888 Hanukkah and Thanksgiving are overlapping, resulting in the unappetizing (but aptly named) Thanksgivukkah.

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Of course some online retailers are taking advantage of the hybrid holiday celebrations. Case in point: yamaclaus.com.

Taking advantage of novelty shoppers on the religious fence, the yamaclaus is a Santa-inspired yarmulke available in a one-size-fits-all for $12.95.

If you're looking to buy something for that not-so-special someone on your holiday shopping list, this yuletide yarmulke is the perfect senseless seasonal offering for disciples of half-assed.

Whether it's a Festivus gag gift, a Chrismukkah cop out, or simply a stylish way to keep the crown of your head warm, the makers of the yamaclaus are sure you'll find the right reason to purchase this unholy holiday hat.

(So, sure, they're offering free shipping when you order four.)

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