There’s nothing better than coming together with family for the holidays, and there’s nothing worse than realizing they’re still convinced you’re mad for off-brand Legos. So to let everyone know what’s up, and put worthless holiday presents in the past, use Thrillist's brand-new My Wishlist.
How it works: At the bottom of shopping-related Thrillist articles there's an "Add to My Wishlist" button. Whenever you see something that would make your life a paragon of satisfied contentment, click this button. You can also click "Add to My Thrillist" on any article on the web, and then click the "Add to Checklists" button.
The next time you're in My Thrillist open up your Checklists -- your Wishlist (and any other Checklists you created) will be waiting for you. Click into your Wishlist and use the share icons on the top right of the page to blast out these many, many tasteful desires to the legions of people living in your debt.
So now you can let everyone know you'll pass on the fingerless gloves for a Dehen 1920 motorcycle sweater, ON3P skis with lingerie-clad ladies swinging pillows at each other, or a table that doubles as a got-damn xylophone, a present that'll ensure your own notes back to giftees will finally be heartfelt.