Due To Supply Shortages, Husbands May Need To Begin Shopping For Christmas Presents Prior To December 24 This Year

This is a warning.  Government policies have caused over 100 sips to spend weeks on the ocean outside of L.A.  Shelves in retail and grocery stores are being emptied.  Do not expect a lot of goods in stores for Christmas.  California is going to look like Moscow, circa 1970—the rich have everything and the middle class and poor get the lumps of coal.

“Traditionally, men have been able to rely on the strong supply of consumer goods in this country. They take for granted the fact that they can just pop over to the store on the way home from work on Christmas Eve and grab a bunch of stuff, hoping it appeases their wife. But no longer, experts say.

“We’re advising all men to start their Christmas shopping sometime before late December this year,” said one economist. “You might not be able to frantically run into a big-box store an hour before closing on Christmas Eve and just throw stuff in your cart willy-nilly, because, well, there may not be anything left.”

While this was written as satire—it is serious.  Start your Christmas shopping now—or else. You will be giving a lot of gift cards, which will not be in short supply.

Due To Supply Shortages, Husbands May Need To Begin Shopping For Christmas Presents Prior To December 24 This Year

BabylonBee.com, 10/15/21  

U.S.—Supply shortages all across the country are spelling out potential disaster for husbands this year, as they will now need to begin shopping for their wives before December 24. 

Traditionally, men have been able to rely on the strong supply of consumer goods in this country. They take for granted the fact that they can just pop over to the store on the way home from work on Christmas Eve and grab a bunch of stuff, hoping it appeases their wife. But no longer, experts say.

“We’re advising all men to start their Christmas shopping sometime before late December this year,” said one economist. “You might not be able to frantically run into a big-box store an hour before closing on Christmas Eve and just throw stuff in your cart willy-nilly, because, well, there may not be anything left.”

“You won’t be able to count on there being shelves and shelves full of candles, lotions, and gift cards you don’t even know if she would like you can grab at random this year.”

In response to the urging of officials, the nation’s husbands have begrudgingly agreed to begin shopping on December 23.

About Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank is the publisher and editor of California Political News and Views. He speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows. He is a fulltime political consultant.

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  1. Robin Itzler says

    Guess 7-Eleven is going to be even busier this year on Christmas Eve!

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