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 No.291592

For those of us with a little disposable income, how about we recommend each other some interesting ideas on what to purchase from amazon. I know we all enjoy the thrill of patiently waiting for packages to arrive in the mail, but sometimes I'm at a loss for what to buy next other than the obvious like video games.

 No.291593

>>291592
I only ever buy replacement mouse/headphones/keyboard on Amazon. My fun purchases I usually get on booth or Alice books.

 No.291594

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This little thing is nice for setting the mood in your room with different color lights.

 No.291596

Shouldn't you need something before you buy it?

 No.291598

>>291596
Maybe there are things you didn't know you need.

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>>291596
Well I don't need a dakimakura or a nice computer but i still bought them.

 No.291600

I buy all my Manga and other JP novels from Amazon. I used to buy it locally but the big book stores flat out replaced all the good stuff with BL smut. Amazon sells used copies for a few dollars less sometimes which is alright because any book I open gets pretty greasy by the time I'm finished with it.

>>291596
Why did you sage? Your post was on topic.
I think you NEED to loosen up!

 No.291608

>I'm at a loss for what to buy next other than the obvious like video games
just send me the money and ill email you whatever game you want
support your local wiz pirate not jewff buttzos

 No.291615

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>>291615
People are funny.

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 No.294432

>>294430
It's not gay if balls don't touch. Although I'm not one to pull my own tail and look at myself in the mirror, so I'd try one of those things that allegedly milks you and causes the elusive prostate orgasm.

Once again: not gay.

 No.294433

Don't support those devils

 No.294749

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I recommend you all buy parts and accessories for your guns. You can never have too many options when it comes to how you can defend your mana kill things that need to die.

I wanted to support these devils so I bought a picatinny rail for a rifle I enjoy. It is tapless so I didn't have to modify the gun beyond cleaning level of disassembly. It is far from the rear stock so I require a scope with long eye relief, which this pistol scope I found in the bargain bin for $40 has.

I will shoot a large mammal in his face and kill him. I will eat him cooked smokey and raw even. I wish to consume his raw liver and then exercise until I can not move any more, than I will grow larger than him.

 No.294793

Wizardly buttplugs

 No.294794

buy slime its fun

 No.294797

>>294794
We make our own slime

 No.294808

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A number of years ago I received a 100 dollar amazon gift card from my big sister as a christmas gift. It took me six months of contemplation & research to finally decide on what I needed most in life from amazon and the answer was a sword. This post could easily balloon into a real TLDR so i'll try and keep this short. I went with a katana because as the world's most successful meme-sword it makes the most sense to produce in large quantities thus reducing the price in the long run (economies of scale blah blah blah).

Basically the chinese government owns the majority of the countries steel production and of course when a government employees millions of people with no clear timeline of the future that's when things get goofy (in terms of an economy). So chinese steel is dirt cheap, it is insanely cheap, but that doesnt mean the quality is bad when you are dealing with small specifically ordered types of steel like high carbon.
When you combine the fact that china has been the world's factory for the past 3ish decades and has basically unlimited steel production capabilities what you get in the end is the perfect environment to produce affordable swords.

The mushu/musha "brand" katanas on amazon have been my favorite as I bought my first one for 59 and then found a second one on prime day for 39 later down the line. They are full tang and "high enough" carbon steel which means you can pop them out of their handle and actually sharpen the shit out of them on either a flat stone or type of spinning grind sharpener.

I consider them to be more of a fun hobby project than actual weapon of war. The handle/guard/grip/yatayatayata are of course all of the cheapest quality permissible and so the process of dismantling and then improving them can be quite fun in my experience.

This post is getting out of control and so the last thing I will say is instead of moving dumbbells up and down in the air endlessly I enjoy swinging a sword a lot more in terms of it being interesting, when I first got the amazon katana I could barely use it one handed but now it feels totally natural & clearly my arm strength increased a little which is traditionally considered a good thing.

sorry for the length and lemme know if there's any questions my attached image is just a random snip of when you type musha katana into amazon

 No.295836

need gift ideas for a niece

aside from the cartoon stuff this guy seems like a wizard

https://www.amazon.ca/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B000APQQX0?_encoding=UTF8&node=2366374011&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeader

little bit interested myself honestly but it's probably too late to even bother

 No.295842

>>295836
get that kid a hampster

kids loves hampsters

and floam

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>>295842
>and floam

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 No.296072

I avoid lining the pockets of Bezos when possible even if Prime Day is appetizing. Amazon makes Google and Microsoft look benign. The best thing about Amazon is its reviews (the non-bot ones). Ratings sites these days aren't half bad though. There are price trackers if you're set on Amazon. Remember to use the Smile URL to donate to charity.

If you want Chinese crap, it's better to go straight to the source on AliE or Taobao.

At the risk of being cliche, r/BuyItForLife is helpful if you can look past the circlejerk.
>>294749
https://www.deguns.net
>>295836
What is she like?

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>>296072
I have Amazon Prime and I order a lot of things on Amazon because I don't want to go to the store, look for something, then not find it, wasting hours of my time and frustrating me.

I would rather just order it off Amazon.

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>>296072
I guess my words were meant more for people who haven't wholly bought into Amazon; I use eBay. People aren't going to upend their established shopping habits. Obviously it depends on what you want to buy.



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