I always very much appreciate the wife periodically bringing home anything she finds while out and about that she thinks I might like. That has, on a number occasions, resulted in an increase in my Colt firearm collection, my Colt library, and on one occasion a Winchester lever action from 1906 and a Winchester Model 1910 in .401 caliber.
At times I'm a little unsure as to my actual need for some of the items, but I'm certainly NOT going to say anything to discourage her efforts. Her latest haul:
Apparently, she thought I might want to make a bowie knife with the stag handle (even though I've never said anything about knife-making and have no clue), she had no idea what the barrels were for (neither did the seller) but figured I might need them (don't have an Uzi, but did have a couple in the past so maybe she figured I needed more), she thought the old Ezra Brooks whiskey decanter funny and so therefore I should as well.
I've never figured out for sure if she's my reward for something really good I did that I don't recall, or I'm her punishment for something really bad she did that I probably wouldn't want to know about. Either way she's always been a keeper.