If they already have everything they need, they surely have plenty of things to stash away in this time capsule. Dig it up together sometime in the future and laugh about primitive life in the olden days when we used things like iPhones.
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.
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.
The man who has everything is typically one of the hardest people to buy presents for but we think we’ve got it wrapped up here. Not only does he get one of the finest dining experiences in town, he also gets the satisfaction of not having to do the dishes. We bet you won’t find a man that won’t love everything about this gift idea.
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.
mBerry tablets are a natural product derived from berries that temporarily alter your perception of taste by binding to your taste buds and tricking your brain. It’s a pretty crazy experience and would make a memorable gift that they’ll be telling stories about for years. The tablets make sour and bitter things taste sweet. You can chow down on a lemon and swear it tastes like an orange. Vinegar tastes like apple juice. Hot sauce and spicy foods become sugary and beer tastes like Kool-aid.
Unless you’re scouring the internet looking for a gift for John Travolta, we’d hedge our bets on the man who has everything not having his own private plane. Let him live out his boyhood dreams with a day mastering the basics of flying. A word of warning, you might have to start budgeting for next years present now if he gets a taste for life in the skies.
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.
They might say they have everything, but do they really? Even if they had everything on Earth they still wouldn’t have anything on the moon. Buy them an acre of land in the solar system’s hottest up and coming real estate market.