You pick out an amazing, expensive little keychain that comes with 32 features including its own panic button and tell yourself its the perfect gift. Of course, its not. The man who has everything has probably seen the super keychain before and decided not to buy it since he would never use it in a million years.
Its never easy finding gifts for the man who has everything, since the man who has everything has, well, everything. You know the type, professional job, nice car, good family, a few hobbies; probably an all-around good fellow, but not very easy to buy gifts for.
The biggest problem is that if he really wants something hell probably just go out and buy it himself. Therefore, anything he really wants he probably already has, and just about everything that he doesnt have he probably doesnt want very badly. This puts you, the gift-giver, in a pretty sticky situation.
Well, I have to get him something, you rationalize. You walk into a store, maybe even The Sharper Image where they seem to have all sorts of gifts for the man who has everything; personalized golf tees, fighting robots, glow in the dark keyboards.
Of course, he doesnt tell you this...