Never Have I Ever Game
The man who has everything is bound to have a few skeletons in the closet among all the other things he owns. This is a perfect way for him to empty that closet and make room for even more possessions that he’s likely going to accumulate. It’s also devilishly good fun for you to watch him squirm a little bit.
If they’ve got everything they could ever want or need, then congratulations are in order. How did they achieve this good fortune? What are the building blocks that created such a successful person? Help them unearth their unique personal story with this telling look into their genealogy.
It can be hard to try and buy a keepsake for someone who owns more or less everything you can think of, so sometimes an experience he’ll never forget is the best way to go. If you’re looking for a day out that is truly memorable, going full speed around a race course in a car they could normally only dream of driving is sure to put you on the fast-track to greatest gift giver ever.
He thinks he owns everything he could possibly imagine, but prove him wrong with a gift that doesn’t even exist yet. Commissioning a piece of original artwork is perfect for the man who can’t possibly think of what he wants. It’s a one-of-a-kind present and what’s more satisfying than having something that no one else ever will?
The last thing you want to get a man who has everything, is something that he already has, which is everything, so that doesn’t leave you many options. Luckily there is one exception. One thing that a man can never have enough of, and you can have this thing shipped to his door every month. Let’s face it, a man doesn’t really have everything unless he has ALL the bacon.
So, he’s got everything a man could possibly need but does he have a Plan B for when the sh*t hits the fan? And if Plan B doesn’t work out, has he got his Plan C and D in place? If not, it’s worth getting him a gift that will make sure he’s covered for all eventualities. A man who has everything has nothing if he’s not a man with a plan, after all.
He’s got it all, but for how long? A mortality countdown wristwatch will make sure he appreciates all he’s got while he still has it. A little reminder that eventually all that “everything” will be swallowed up by nothingness. It seems morbid at first, but the watch is intended to help people make the most out of their time. And it could always be used to countdown to something more pleasant, like retirement.
He may have everything, but none of it will do him any good if he's dead. Help the man who has everything stick around long enough to use it all with this guide book that details every possible way things could go horribly wrong.
If the last thing they need is another “thing”, then the best possible gift is to take a trip together. Whether it’s a short day-trip to the beach, a weekend in Vegas, or a vacation overseas, travel creates memories that will last forever, long after their gizmos have become obsolete, their doodads have broken down, and their whatchamacallums have faded into obscurity.