I’ve had a slew of gift cards and certificates in my possession from Christmas and my birthday that, for the life of me, I couldn’t find the urge to spend.
I would walk around GameStop like a penniless and dateless high-schooler on a Friday night ogling the shelves just searching for something, anything to take home with me, the major differences being that I wasn’t broke and have a wife to spend my Friday evenings with.
But no matter how hard I tried, nothing in that store jumped out at me.
“Wait for a big purchase” is what I’d keep telling myself. I saw no need to blow these gift cards on toiletries, dog food or some obscure collection of game accessories I’d use once and forget about. Impulsive buys were definitely out of the question. The purchase had to be worth the effort.
Well, the time has arrived–for the Target gift cards, at least.
Ladies and gentlemen, I have finally found what I want–no, need–to spend my Target gift cards on. But before I get into that, be warned that this post may be rather lengthy so go grab a drink, put on your Snuggie, click here for some fitting background music, then come back here and click “Read More…” to continue.