It includes more than 40 thematic keepsakes.

Olivia Harvey
Aug 21, 2020 @ 10:35 am
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It's not like we're trying to wrap this year up or anything (could 2020 BE anymore disastrous?), but the holiday season is just over the horizon line. If you're planning on grabbing your holiday goodies online this year-as we all should be, TBH-then your Friends-loving bestie is going to need this Friends advent calendar in their stocking.

Dubbed, "The One With the Surprises," the Friends advent calendar is packed with inside jokes from the hit '90s sitcom, including the Holiday Armadillo, Monica's Turkey Head, all-things Central Perk, and most likely a plethora of hilarious one-liners from each of our favorite Friends.

The "Official Advent Calendar" is currently available for pre-order on Amazon. Insight Editions is selling the calendar for 40% off before the official drop on October 27th, per Insider-so, either buy it now for $18.40 or wait a few months and pick it up for $29.99.

No matter when you buy (it's honestly a moo point), you'll get 25 days worth of fun counting down to Christmas.

The Friends advent calendar is packed with more than 40 Friends keepsakes, including ornaments, recipe cards, and other trinkets.

Friends Advent Calendar
Credit: Amazon
Friends Advent Calendar
Credit: Amazon

Shop it! $18.40,

While you're opening up that advent calendar, keep an eye out for Insight Edition's Friends official cookbook that will drop later this year. Some of the most iconic foods that graced the Friends soundstage, like Joey's meatball subs, Phoebe's grandma's cookies, Ross's Thanksgiving leftover sandwich, etc., are bound to make appearances.

Actually...if you're planning on grabbing the advent for a Friends fanatic in your life-your lobster, if you will-do so sooner than later so they can start opening promptly on December 1st. This may just be the best way to bring 2020 to a close (phew).