A crisp, purple bill.
It may not be enough for some people, but for me it’s a field day.
There are so many things you can buy with only $10, be it food, snacks you want to pig out with, clothes, accessories, games, anything really. Normally, this money would be found on laundry day when someone goes through everyone’s pockets. I mean, I do that too, spare change is everything! In addition I have made a list of different things you could buy, as well as things that I would buy if you found only $10 in your pocket.
Now there’s always the question when you want to buy food. Do you really want to eat that? Or did you just felt like having a taste of it? If you spend your day productively and found the $10 right when you decided to relax, then it could be a good time to pig out on some junk food. If you’re a sweet tooth like me, $10 can buy you so much candy. You can get 20 of these candy sticks, they are only 2 for $1! Personally, I would but a bunch of candy, I can handle all that sweet goodness any day.
You could also get a dozen doughnuts for Tim Hortons for only $7.99 or a whole 50 pack of timbits from Tim Hortons for only $8.49! If you found the $10 and you were just on your way out of your house, then use it on your meal. I don’t suggest skipping a meal, it isn’t healthy for your body and food gives your body energy.
There are alot of neat thrift shops around the city where you could great great quality clothes for great cheap prices. You can also get yourself two nice graphic tees from Blue Notes. Blue Notes being one of those brands that have good priced merchandise.
If you’re someone who loves rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and hats. You could just pop on by an Ardene and browse through what they have on the shelves. They have nice and not-so-expensive accessories that you can get.
So, there may not really be a lot of games you could buy nowadays with only $10. However, you can get certain games like Dragon Age Inquisition: Spoils of the Avvar, Battle Field 4, Sims 4, and many other system games. Also, if you have a Steam account, a gaming platform where you can buy and play games on PC, $10 will get you a lot of quick witted games that you can play for cheap.
At the end of the day, I would save that $10. I would save any money that I find in my pockets enough to the point where I have the money to buy my partner in crime a nice MIDI Keyboard Mixer as a present. Or I would save it up for any present I plan to buy for those I care about.
Would you spend the $10 like I would?