Oprah’s Favorite Things List for 2015 Includes a Pie and Plates Featuring Pictures of Birds Wearing Hats

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Oprah's Favorite Things list for 2015 is really, really random -- see the items Ruven Afanador

Um, Oprah? The media mogul released her annual Favorite Things list on Thursday, Nov. 5, just in time for the holiday season. And this year the O magazine publisher went above and beyond — with the most random items ever, that is.

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The list, which is the biggest one yet, is dubbed “Oprah’s Favorite Things EVER!” and according to the mogul, this year’s 87 gift ideas “just might be the most versatile and fun ever.”

Cherry Pie - Oprah's Favorite Things 2015
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Cutting Boards - Oprah's Favorite Things 2015
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Which is very well true, considering the items include a cutting board with Oprah’s BFF Gayle King’s name on it (we know, we know, it’s a customized cutting board, but still…), a $60 cherry pie, $80 animal shot glasses, and — wait for it — a set of porcelain plates that feature pictures of birds wearing hats on them for $45.

Animal Plates - Oprah's Favorite Things 2015
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Chocolate Basket - Oprah's Favorite Things 2015
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There’s also a $45 Challah Menorah, and here’s the kicker — a giant chocolate turtle basket for $500. This is not a joke. Oprah describes the creation as including 15 pounds of chocolate turtles (hand-roasted nuts and caramel coated with milk, dark, or white chocolate) presented in a 5-pound edible basket. And the chocolate 20-pounder is actually going to cost you $618.99, because shipping is an extra $118.99. But if you use the code OPRAH, you’ll thankfully get 20 percent off the giant sweet treat.

Challah Menorah - Oprah's Favorite Things 2015
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There are some more ordinary presents, though, including headphones and a Sonos music player.

But still, Happy holidays, y’all!

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