What's your latest [non-technology] purchase?

thevictor390

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I just had to buy this, it was 30% off :D

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I have a Viper GTS-R just like that, it's a lot of fun and I totally forgot about it. Wonder if it still works. I'll need to replace the antenna on the controller....
 

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Poffertjes maker! I know they're supposed to be made in a cast iron dish over a gas flame, but hopefully this thing will deliver.
 

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A ringtone to my phone. To Zanarkand from Final Fantasy... 10?
 

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Poffertjes maker! I know they're supposed to be made in a cast iron dish over a gas flame, but hopefully this thing will deliver.
:thumbsup: Poffertjes are awesome! I couldn't care less about what heatsource they're cooked on frankly, as long as the end result is good.
 

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Are they like small pancakes? We have something similar here. Same sort of batter, a bit thicker so they stay small and thick and don't spread out on the whole pan.
 

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My winter jacket broke, so I bought this one online just now. It's brown! More importantly, it's $50 and I'm cheap!
 

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How do you break a jacket? Must be the Prairie winters, eh? :p
 

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Poffertjes maker! I know they're supposed to be made in a cast iron dish over a gas flame, but hopefully this thing will deliver.
I don't know what Poffertjes are, but those look a lot like what Russians call ???????? (Oladushki). If they are the same, then excellent purchase!

For comparison, these are Oladushki
 
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