So, for those of you who find difficulty in buying gifts for your family and friends, here’s a set of suggestions. What do you get for the person who has everything? Or the nerd in your life? What about when you buy that awesome gift for yourself and then suddenly realize that your significant other/spouse/favorite pet/imaginary friend is going to be upset that you forgot about them? Fear not, Kal has some gift ideas for you!
Starting things off, I’ve heard far too many stories of friends losing their firearms in tragic kayaking accidents. Head that off with something that can keep their firearms safe. As a bonus, they come in patriotic red, white, and blue. (Disclaimer: please don’t be stupid and actually use them for this purpose…) http://amzn.to/2iMhqA8
Oh, and if you want to actually keep your own precious weapons safe, you might get something like this. It’s rated for 16 firearms, comes with free shipping, and it’s small enough that you probably won’t get in too much trouble from the spouse when you’re trying to fit it in the garage. http://amzn.to/2AHWYZg
What do you get for the nerd in your life that spends hours/days/weeks in front of their computer and may not even know you exist? A better chair, of course. It’s got great lumbar support, it’s ergonomic, and it even has a footrest so they can avoid getting blood clots. http://amzn.to/2nK04ZT
For serious readers who like their books, I’ve got just the thing. Solid oak (not particle board/manufactured wood) with glass front. This is what I want to put my signed copies of my favorite books in. Solidly constructed and cool looking to boot. It’s four feet high by five feet wide. If I had the money, this is what I’d buy. http://amzn.to/2nJAvIn
Lastly, if you’re in the dog house for buying any of these for yourself (But who would do that?), then here’s something that my wife pointed out would be an adequate apology. Your mileage may vary, of course. Make sure that vacuuming the house isn’t a chore anymore… or welcome your future robot overlords into your home. Either way, you can get a vacuum cleaning robot capable of handling most surfaces and responding to voice commands. What’s creepy about that, right?http://amzn.to/2A9gBZ9