@narfcake No matter what, I will enjoy it. I have ~50 nieces and nephews within 15 minutes if they are something they would like that I wouldn’t, and I do a lot of work for assorted charities if it’s something else I can’t/won’t use.
@Ozzie2191@sammydog01 the reveal was even better than chrismus morning! I’m running around like a chicken with my head cut off! The glee, coursing through my veins! The adrenaline, pulsing through my temples! I think this calls for a celebratory tattoo.
@medz Some people have suggested that to me, but I’m going to be donating 95% of them (rest keeping for self/family) to my work and some local charities. I know at least one operates a store so they’ll be selling them. It’ll be good for them!
@Ozzie2191 i think you did well. Super useful easy donatable item. I know the small 5ks for charity would love them as prizes. If i had gotten it 150 I would give to our wierd tri then other 750 to various charity 5ks. Congrats fun thing. Peanut butter spreaders, and hubmen i have no idea what 5o do with.
Well if you are donating them all, Amazon is selling them $5-10 a pop. Nice little charity donation for your taxes. You might even (1) get audited for donating that much stuff claiming that dollar value and (2) might even break the new, higher standard deduction in order to be able to deduct them.
Of course the bigger question is do they even work or are they a discontinued, obsolete dud item that no one wants and the app you need for them to work is so old nothing runs it… oh wait…this is meh… no London bookie is even going to take a bet on that.
Edit: Hopefully they are current enough without age dead batteries that they are actually useful for their intended purpose.