- Nov 20, 2011
You don’t have to explain buying multiples to me - just ask my wife.
While I can understand the frustration of finding a product you like, only to discover that it's no longer available when you go looking for more, that stash of car wax is...I really had no inkling or even gave thought to future on these. Truth is I very rarely ever buy one of anything. I kinda have a self induced touch of ocd. So for example if I buy a can of car wax , I will buy two of same. Why ??? I have a hard time using one if I don’t have another brand new, kinda nuts I know. My vehicles are usually very clean. I run a used truck to keep miles off my other truck ???? The list goes on. but with knives it’s a real PIA lol. I have a CPK Boot dagger I use it to make some leather sheaths. Having one , it kills me to use it for this. I wrap and rewrap it with seran wrap. Wipe it down each time etc etc lol.
My buddies bust on me all the time about this View attachment 1591039
I’m in the middle of a clean up here , please excuse the clutter. As you can see I have enough wax for a lifetime plus lol. This is only a fraction of it too lol
While I can understand the frustration of finding a product you like, only to discover that it's no longer available when you go looking for more, that stash of car wax is...
The math from another forum appears to be applicable everywhere:
"Two is one, and one is none".
"Hmmm... if I have 3, then it's more like having 2. But 2 is one, so I really only have one? But one is none... I'd better get another one. Make that another 2, since getting another one = getting none, so if I get another 2, I'm really just getting another one. Wait..."