Kyle L.
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What to do with 100$

Started this discussion. Last reply by Antonio Perito May 5, 2013. 35 Replies

Hello Everybody,   After a recent visit to my father, he decided to gift me one hundred dollars, on the stipulation that I spend it on a gift for myself. Now I am rather simplistic, so there is…Continue

 

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Antonio Perito replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Yeah I like that Idea. You can get a really nice Swiss Army Knife for under $50.  "
May 5, 2013
J. Andres replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"I haven't checked online much, but the big 5 sporting goods store near me used to put them on sale for 99 every month or so. "
May 5, 2013
Andy replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Buy a small amount of gold?  That never really gets old."
May 4, 2013
Vytautas replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"To echo something Rebekah said, get a suit or something that will aid with job interviews. Won't last indefinitely but it's a good investment and if you take care of a suit, even of middling quality, it will last."
May 4, 2013
Chuck Knight replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"They're closer to $150, now, but they're still commonly available.  Even Cabela's shows them on their web site.  Try, also, Bud's, CheaperThanDirt, AIM, SOG and J&G."
May 4, 2013
Noluckbuck replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Where exactly could you find that?"
May 4, 2013
J. Andres replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"As long as it's still going (spending imaginary money rocks) I'll say a Mosin Nagant, Soviet military surplus bolt action rifle. rugged, beautiful, accurate, and $99 if you look around a bit."
May 4, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"I second that...though this discussion has some whiskers."
Apr 28, 2013
Sir replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Shares of a blue-chip stock.  It's never too early to start!"
Apr 28, 2013
Nate Thallas replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"A leatherman is always a good investment, and i would go with the Kick model. All the functionality you could ever want. Although it wont get you all the way, $100 will go a fair ways on a well-fitted suit jacket. Custom tailoring is recommended,…"
Apr 28, 2013
J. Andres replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"If you look around you should be able to get a Mosin-Nagant (Russian military bolt action rifle) for about 100. They're beautiful, rugged, and dirt cheap. The ammo is a bit more but that's a problem for another day. As a bonus you could…"
Apr 28, 2013
Mike S. replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"I also like the flask idea. I've been wanting one for a while but never bought one. I'd love to get one as a gift."
Nov 30, 2012
Mike S. replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"+1, you can get a pretty badass knife for $100"
Nov 30, 2012
Loki replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Hmm just to throw out something I haven't seen suggested yet. What about knock some of the price off a painting or something? There's some pretty manly paintings you could get either something original or a reprint of a famous piece and…"
Nov 30, 2012
J.L. replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"Go to a real steak house and and get the most expensive aged steak on the menu and a couple glasses of top-shelf bourbon or scotch."
Nov 5, 2012
Chuck Knight replied to Kyle L.'s discussion What to do with 100$
"My problem in these situations is that the stuff I really want is almost always more expensive than the size of the gift.  I mean, $100 is nice, but it can also be limiting.   So I let gifts accrue, until I can afford *with gift money* the…"
Nov 5, 2012

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