Let's see..a bunch of Tales from the Crypt, Fables or Walking Dead comic books would do it. Or video game related things. Or a Boglin. Or a code to redeem a Bitter Woman badge on Meh.com. Nerdy things, mostly.
I want a 19" TV that does not need a converter box like my current TV uses. Or if I can dream really, really big...a honda fit (as in life sized, not matchbox sized) to replace the ghetto van where sadly the AC compressor is broken and it was 93 degrees today (I live in MS). The fact that it can have antique auto plates come January (I am sure Henry Ford would turn over in his grave to realize a grand caravan will be sharing the rarified air of antique auto plates with his model T LOL) is not enough of a consolation prize for the fact that I am having to rebuild the engine one part at a time…and can not afford to fix the AC
I'd be most excited to get a note from future @curtise telling me that he went back in time to earlier this morning and ordered me a fukubukuro which I am now holding in my hands, since I wasn't quick enough to order one myself. Also the note would indicate that I should avoid visiting Starbucks next thursday, but would not give me a reason why. Of course, he's a total jerk, since, with his time travelling device, he could have gone all the way back to pre-launch and got me in to the Kickstarter... What a jerk, that future @curtise is.
Diapers and a few meh onzies(different sizes). My little guy woke me up to change him and we got a bag. I think he's doing good for less than 48 hours old :) how cute would it be to have him full out meh! ?
Hmmmm.....decisions, decisions, decisions. My ultra-greedy, dream fuku bag would contain any (or all) of the following: Samsung Galaxy Tab S, a Range Rover Evoque, tickets to see Jimmy Buffett in Las Vegas, a PetSmart gift card (two dogs eat a lot of Blue Buffalo), an Irk plush doll, and a tie-dye Meh shirt (men's L please). Dream big or go home!
Two things. Based on the Bags Of Consternation I have gotten from the 'other' site, the most fun items to see in the Forums have been various figures, such as the Talking Dr. Laura and Talking (after repair) Chuck Norris dolls. The most fun items for me have been the Electronics items (Sansas, DVD/Blu-Ray Players, Tablets, etc) in various states of operation. Troubleshooting fun!!
@phonorad That's pretty awesome! However, I am not going to risk destroying Chuck to do this - it seems quite fidgety, I am a terrible seamster, and I would undoubtedly ruin Mr. Norris while trying to fix him.
The latest iPad, Android Tablet, Surface and a Chromebook. Yaknow, a complete set. That would be exciting. A partial set wouldn't suck either.
Honestly, anything I will actually use that's also a little weird will probably be enough to excite me. Five bucks--that's less than a lot of unsatisfactory dining experiences I've had, that not only don't make me happy but give me trouble later.
One of three things would be nice: A box full of broken/defective electronics/appliances A hand-made Fukubukuro with items from the staff- also a return label so I can send you back a fresh box of stuff A totally ridiculous box with a new laptop or similarly outrageous contents