Sensory Deprivation Session
Give them an experience they’ll never forget by replacing everything with nothing. A sensory deprivation session is a unique gift that will really open their eyes to the meaning of nothingness, which is ironic since they won’t be able to see anything.
We’d put money on the fact that the man who has everything doesn’t have a butler, so treat him, for one day only, and wait on him hand and foot. We think having his dinner cooked for him and not having to worry about the washing up after is a better present than any sum of money could buy.
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.
If they have everything, they surely already own plenty of gadgets and thingamajigs. Some of them may even be possessions that they treasure. But nothing is as cherished as the most important thing they have - their family. Help them celebrate the one thing that truly matters with this sculptural family tree. Now they have everything.
The last thing they need is more stuff, and at the end of it all it’s really the experiences that they will cherish the most. Help them create some new memories to look back on by finding a fun activity to do locally. Be adventurous and choose something they’ve near done before. It’s a gift that will enrich their life and yours too.
So they’ve got everything huh? Everything sounds pretty great if you’re thinking of it in terms of possessions, but “everything” also includes some less exciting things like chores. If they’ve got everything, they’ve got chores, unfinished projects and to-do lists. Perhaps the most valuable gift would be a little sweat of your brow?
Someone who has it all has probably been around the block a few times. Help them celebrate their journeys with this elegant travel map that displays all the places they’ve been, and the places they’d still like to go. Available as a US or world map.
If they have it all, many of those things probably require batteries. Help them actually use all the stuff they have with a lifetime supply of batteries. Now they have everything and it all actually works.