Christmas Stocking USB drive, and up the chimney he goes

picture 4 Christmas Stocking USB drive, and up the chimney he goes

This nifty little gadget is a memory stick. It comes in 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB, so it’s almost large enough to store my Christmas Wish List. Almost.

Simply push santa’s butt up the chimney and the USB end pops out. Better than a piece of coal, twice as nice as a tumor.

I’m not sure if this is supposed to look like a chimney or a stocking or just a stocking that looks like a chimney. Either way its pretty cool. Hooray for Christmas!

Get your very own stocking stuffer and put some gigs in their stocking this Christmas, but don’t let the dog eat it.

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