How much crap did you pick up that you really don’t want or need?
Ha, great! Yeah, I bought a bunch of crap from Tiger Direct including a 2TB hard drive which I could absolutely have done without. But I’ll manage…
One of the benefits of being broke is not wasting money. I think back on all the crap I bought needlessly…Age of Conan.
Noses red from the cold or pus-filled boils? You decide!
Didn’t spend a single cent. Helps if you’re broke. Just spent all day watching Fringe. Started from the beginning, and now I’m midway through Season 2.
Sweet Comic. I Was Tempted, I Was Tempted…
I bought Indie Clever Pack and Indie Pulse Pack from steam, if that counts
dude, you got the guys on the wrong sides of each other on the overhead.
Maybe they’re walking backwards?
I thought the guy on the left of the picture was closer, and the guy on the right was farther way…..but I am also cross eyed, so don’t listen to me.
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring [Blu-ray] $7.99
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers [Blu-ray] $7.99
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King [Blu-ray] $7.99
Wire Wraps Wire Management System $19.99
2 of AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable (6.5 Feet/2.0 Meters)[Supports 3D + Audio Return Channel] $6.99 ($14.00)
Mass Effect 2 $9.99
Infamous for $15.00
O yea, A Sony BRAVIA BX3 32′ for $350.00
Didn’t bother with anything. My friend Nils, bought a Plasma TV, BluRay player, Wii, and a few games.
Three copies of Boris Vallejo & Julie Bell’s 2011 Fantasy Calendar: one for me, one for the father, and one for one of my best friends.
Black Friday… funny how it’s all over television now. It used to be a term for bad things happening, but I’ll always remember it as a Megadeth song.
Okay, I am British so what the heck is Black Friday? Here it is normally a day the year after there was an air crash or something. Why would that mean cheap prices? Is this why Steam are selling loads of games cheap?
I think so yeah…
Black Friday in the States is the biggest shopping day of the year. There are very good prices on all sorts products. It’s called Black Friday because in Philadelphia, law enforcement had started to use the name in the 1960′s to describe the kind of day they were going to have with all the heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic. It caught on from there and later some knob decided he’d try to change the meaning to something more positive, and the Red/Black story was born. Apparently, retailers operate at a loss – in the red – for most of the year (not true) and on Black Friday they finally start to turn a profit – in the black – and so decide that it’s time to slash prices, which is absurd.
Ahh ok, sweet thanks!
a panda hat complete with paw mittens….love !!!
Love this! Especially their little red noses! =)
Absolutely nothing! Everything I bought was something I needed. Desperately. My life depended on it. The salesman told me so and he’s my best friend…
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