Standing two meters tall and rendered from brushed aluminum, the "calendar" looks more like a sophisticated art installation than a festive timetable. But it's behind the 24 luminous windows -- representing each December day before Christmas -- that the real surprises are hidden.
They include a pair of 18 carat gold sunglasses, aluminum fountain pens, a lambskin jacket, a limited edition chronograph watch, a customizable designer kitchen and, to crown it all, a luxury eight-meter yacht.
Here's the $300K boat that's included HERE (which isn't actually contained inside the monolith -- shocking, I know) . Wow, and to think my advent calendars have always been filled with assy-tasting chocolates. I feel slighted. "Well GW, have you ever considered that maybe it's because you're a naughty boy?" I dunno, have you ever considered you don't even know what the hell you're talking about BECAUSE THESE ARE ADVENT CALENDARS AND NOT CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, MORON. I hope you get coal this year. No -- a turd you only think is coal until you touch it.
Thanks to Stephen, who opted for the Ferrari advent calendar this year because he already has enough boats.