I recently bought a stylus for my iPad.
I had a gift card from my birthday and I had been thinking about getting an app called “iFont Maker” for the iPad, and figured it would be easier to work through it with a stylus, so I decided to use part of the gift card on the stylus.
However, I have yet to purchase the app, because, in thinking about it, I’m not sure what I would use my own font for, so I’m using the stylus for other things that don’t really require a stylus.
Words with Friends.
When I use the stylus I feel like Mr. Pitt, cutting up his Snickers bar with a fork and knife.
The stylus makes me feel like a complete and utter snooty pants.
Baby Monkey, of course, finds the stylus very useful in his physics games, because he can move gears and levers around with more precision than with his thick, little fingers.
To justify the purchase, I’m even turning the pages in my Nook books with the stylus to justify my owning it.
So, let me know I’m not alone.
What purchases have you made, only to realize, once you made them, that what you bought had no redeeming value in your life whatsoever?
Leave your stories in the comments below…I look forward to reading them!