I don’t know about you, but when I find something I love, I make sure to buy at least one backup. If it’s clothing that really knocks it out of the park, I probably need at least three of a thing in all different colors, just in case.

These people have some other ideas of products that they love, and they’re sharing the things they’re about to grab a couple more of in the responses below.

1. Underrated for sure.

High quality white tees.

They’re hard to keep clean but they’re fantastic for when you just don’t want to think about what to wear and they go with everything.

2. We’re greedy.

GME stock.

Enough is definitely owned, but I would definitely like some more please.

3. But will you remember to charge them?

Wireless headphones, for me its easy to lose an earbud.

4. These are my people.

Books, at which anyone who knows me would roll their eyes as I have more books than any one person probably should.

There is no “too many books,” there is only “not enough shelves.”

5. We’re all feeling this.

Travel memories ?

For me, getting in contact with other cultures and places are the epitome of humanity, and traveling is the best thing you can do with money. My dream and obsession with traveling are the only thing that made me endure a heavy depression some years ago, and it remains a goal that i’m pursuing.

Too bad i live in a country with shit economy with heavy taxes, it’s SUPER EXTRA EXPENSIVE to buy even cheap tickets to Europa/NA/Asia, and it takes several years saving money since i’m lower-middle class.

But i won’t give up tho. And i suggest people reading this to pull the trigger and see for yourself how life-changing can be an exchange experience studying a language, volunteering or just traveling for fun.

6. No one can.


Can never have enough of it.

7. I would like some information on this as well.

Solid gold bars. Anyone care to help me with that? Edit: omg people actually giving me reddit gold lmao thank you ❤️❤️❤️

8. Shrek is life.

Shrek merchandise. I have all the movies, posters, t shirts, bed comforter, costumes, stuffed animals and toys.

I still do not have enough. I will never have enough. Shrek is love. Shrek is life.

9. Hard agree.

Currently, money and period products. Overall, I’d say books. Never have enough of those.

10. If you know you know.


I grew up poor. We never had enough socks and underwear.

The socks I did have all had holes and none of them matched. Today as an adult I spend extra money and keep a solid stock of very nice comfortable and luxurious socks and underwear.

11. I am out of these, too.

F**ks , I really need to get more. But due to budget cuts the light at the end of the tunnel has been shut off.

They’re not worth very much, tbh. Honestly, having and maintaining f**ks is just a lot of wasted effort imo

12. That sounds like a problem.

I own very little of my soul and those things are expensive af

13. We could all use more of that.

Currency of all shapes and sizes. But serious answer? The only thing useful to everyone everywhere.

Knowledge and the wisdom of when and how to use it.

14. I mean at least.


I have one dog. I want at least one more dog.

15. Solid list.

Cool cars, guitars, and Lego.

And tools.

And money…and socks.”

16. You cannot have too many.

Pizza rolls. You cannot have too many in your home. You probably wouldn’t be able to afford the amount of pizza rolls required to completely fill up your house anyway.

Unless it’s a NY apartment. I heard those are tiny, glorified closets.

17. I always accept socks.

Let this be a reminder to everyone that socks and undies is a totally acceptable Christmas present.

Well, don’t get them undies. Just socks.

18. I’ll take their word for it.

I got into woodworking so I will say clamps!

You can never have enough clamps.

I’m also over here with a divorce inducing number of hand planes, but it’s not enough.

19. It’s the chicken and the egg.


I have three kids and no money. Why can’t I have no kids and three money?

20. They don’t pile up.


Gotta rewash the same two when I eat my Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

Problem is I have a dishwasher and prefer to use that rather than wastewater and time hand washing. With only two bowls, the dishwasher doesn’t fill up so I don’t want to run it.

I’m trapped in this cycle until I either buy more bowls or give in to hand washing

21. The space!

Tools and space for a workshop.

22. I think this is true.

Skills. I do well but I’d like more skills and knowledge.

If the women don’t find you handsome, they should at least find you handy.

23. Sad face.


I’m at like, zero happiness right now so any happiness at all would be an improvement.

I actually can’t even remember the last time I was happy.

Late 2019 was when I was last happy for more than just a couple hours. Feb 2020 my dog passed away. My best friend in the whole universe. Right before I moved back home with my parents to wait out COVID. Luckily my parents called me the night they decided he had to go. He was ready to go, and I did get to spend some quality time with him before he went as I stayed by my parents regularly. But damn did his health deteriorate fast in his last year. By the time we put him down I dont think he even recognized anything around him. I still cry when I think about him. I’m glad I was holding him as he went out. I would have never forgiven myself or my parents had they put him down without me there. Since he left, my life has been in a downward spiral.

My last laugh was Aug 2020. My girlfriend of 5 years and I were doing a long distance relationship. I last saw her when we took her dog to a small lake. Then in September I learned she had been cheating on me for over 4 years, and had been lying about nearly everything about herself since day one. That paired with isolation, career issues, missing my best friend, and a shoulder injury keeping me out of the gym (lifelong lifter) made 2020-2021 the worst 2 years of my life.

Based off the trend I’ve been following, I am not looking forward to 2022. There is still a lot lower I can go, and I’m scared to see what happens, more than I’m happy to see how I can change.

24. Said every parent ever.


25. The grind.

Free time.

I hate working 5x 8hr days a week for this reason.

I want to go back to 4×10’s so bad. Anyone who’s never done it just doesn’t understand when I try to explain it to them. Yes, you’re at work for the same number of hours, but you have SO MUCH MORE TIME that’s your own.

26. So say we all.

Genuine friends.

27. I feel seen.


No, mother, I do NOT have too many books, I just have not enough bookshelves to hold them all. >:-|

28. In the right size, please.

Tupperware lids.

That’s one of my biggest pet peeves. Do yourself a favor, throw the lot out and just buy a new, uniform set.

It’s not that expensive and you’ll save so much in space and hassle.

29. It will just run out of ink when you need it most.

Printers. My thirteen-year-old HP CP2025dn, which can no longer print more than one sheet at a time, and for which HP toner is all but impossible to find, is overdue for a replacement.

But: have you tried shopping for a decent printer, these days? That’s all but impossible, too.

30. Check under the beds.

Spoons, I think I might have less than the number of roommates I have lol.

Half of them are probably up in Tom’s room.

31. Did they get lost?

Clothes, after moving house twice I just ended up short.

32. They cost so much money!


There’s the one good one that gets used ALL. THE. TIME. and I can never remember where I bought it so it stays around until it slowly disintegrates.

33. And not enough time to knit.

As a knitter/crocheter, I can say that i simultaneously own enough yarn and not enough yarn.

I’ve got some ideas for new things to try now, that’s for sure Just what I needed!

What’s something you know you need more of at home or at work? Make sure and drop it in the comments!