Fidget spinners have taken over despite our urgent pleas for Christians of sound conscience and spiritual maturity to abstain from this devil’s tool (fidget spinners? More like …fidget sinners.) But if you must play with fidget spinners, at least you could have some class about it. Don’t settle for the dime store fidget spinners, here today and gone tomorrow like a gust of wind. Invest in a fidget spinner of value. Invest in this 100-gram gold coated fidget spinner from Caviar that will set you back but $17,000.
Here’s the writeup (translated from Russian):
This modern, original and ingeniously simple accessory in your hands will attract attention and will tell others about your ironic view of life, your calm and wisdom, with which you take the most important decisions, easily, as if spinning the spinner in his hand. In addition, it is a great gift option, impressive and memorable accessory for the person who has everything.
“They are obviously very beautiful and valuable fidget spinners,” you might be saying. “But can I really justify spending $17,000 on a flash-in-the-pan trend that is already waning from the heights of his crazed glory and will soon join pogs and hacky sacks on the dustbin of history? Does the fact that we spend exorbitant amounts of money on disposable trinkets speak to our unfathomable luxury and the emptiness gnawing at our souls, even as it distances us from our fellow human beings, many of whom are suffering in poverty both physical and emotional?”
Those sorts of questions just show that you are not in the target market for Caviar’s golden fidget spinner. Everyone else, you can make your purchase here.