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Holiday gift guide for the fabulous femme under 100

Holiday gift guide for the fabulous femme under 100

Introduction

It’s hard to imagine that anyone would want an elephant in a suit, but there was a time when it was the most popular holiday in China.

Then the government decided elephants were too expensive and banned them. And everyone lost interest.

So, one of our many goals is to make the holiday as popular as possible again. Why? Well, it’s not just because we love elephants, but because they have been so important in Chinese culture. The holiday is called “drunk elephant holiday” (Drunk Elephant Christmas) and is celebrated on the eighth day of the eighth lunar month and celebrates the traditional birthday of the Drunk Elephant (the Chinese name for Noah).

It’s really a bit like Hanukkah – only a little bit more secular; just like Christmas, only less religious; just like Halloween – only with fewer ghosts and goblins; just like July 4th – except for one big difference: no fireworks or live shows; no flamingos or parades – at least none on this particular night.

Drunk Elephant’s Products

This year, we decided to take our holiday celebration out of the traditional holiday season, and put it on a completely different time of the year: while most people are still recovering from the holidays, Drunk Elephant is celebrating its 15th birthday. It’s all about us celebrating our growth, and seeing what we can do to help others grow along with us.

We’ve been focusing on testing new features and optimizing existing features over the last few years, but now we’re ready to livestream a live stream of all our features in action! We’ll be sending folks out into the wild to explore our new features with us — while being highly intoxicated!

If you have any questions or comments about Drunk Elephant, I’d love to hear them! Feel free to send them my way at [email protected] .

See you there!

Drunk Elephant’s Brands

On 21st December, we will be hosting a unique holiday event with a theme of ‘Drunk Elephant’.

You can read more about this event here and the details of the night are as follows:

• 5pm: Drinks (beers & wine) at our bar

• 6pm: Dinner (vegan and gluten-free options available)

• 7pm: Drinks (more beers & wine available)

• 8pm: Show & Dance all night

• 9pm: Door Prize Drawings for two members of the team – tickets go to the first 5 entrants!

That’s it! It’s a brilliant opportunity to get out from behind the desk and celebrate with some brilliant people in an amazing city. You can find out more about this event here . If you would like to get involved in any way, please feel free to contact us or drop us an email on hello [at] drunkelephant [dot] co.uk , or give us a shout on Twitter (@drunkelephant).

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