Tongue-in-cheek "nothing's enough" remarks aside, I think this is the answer you're looking for:
Personally, my reaction to "he who dies with the most toys wins" is "he's still dead", but I've got enough hobbies that I probably shouldn't be talking...
I have been through that "When will you have enough" speach. I told my wife she was crossing a line to a place she didn't want to go. I added as ong as the bills are paid, there is food in the fridge and she has enough money left over to buy whatever she wants then discussions about additions to my gun collection are off limits!
"when every hand in the house has a gun"
"a different gun for a different DB"
"next time you get a gun, I get a new dishwasher"
"A fridge will be 2 guns"
"you can never have enough purses and shoes, especially shoes!"
"if handguns are his only vice, she should consider herself lucky!"
all are actual quotes from my wife!!!!!
You mean..................we're suppossed to tell our spouses when we get a new gun??
Personally I would tell her that I would let her know when I have enough...that way i wouldn't have to figure it out...
But really, when I met my wife she had not only never shot a gun, but was ANTI gun...I don't even know how I converted her but she asks all the time now to get out the rifle or whatever and pop off a few rounds. I have definite plans to get that big "first gun" for her this year. It's also a good feeling to know that if I need her to, she can shoot...
When she finds out....if she likes it there's more room in the inventory! Got another Para LDA and a P90 that way!!!
What is this "enough" of which she speaks?
Really though, there is never "enough"----only "not enough."
Glad I'm single...
I'm up to 5 and each time I clear Fed and walk out with my new purchase I'm scouting another gun.
I'll keep going until the day I die. Last time I checked guns held their value slightly better than purses, purfumes, diamonds, high end lotions reverse aging lotions, dinner plates....on and on.....where does that nonsense end?
"It's an investment sweetheart....a damn good one.....so get used to it."
I was married sometime between the Great Flood and the building of the pyramids in Egypt.
LMFAO!. Good one.
The next one will be my last one, promise. As in, "Free Beer Tomorrow"
I told my wife that if you put your guns in the safe with the light out, they breed...Don't think she bought it.
Someone once asked John D. Rockefeller "How much money was enouhg?"
His reply..."Just a little bit more!"