It's not really a great story.
I like to play with bitcoin, though I think cryptocurrencies are ruined by speculators. I buy when /r/bicoin are posting links to suicide hotlines and sell when they're insufferable jackasses (like now). I guess that makes me part of the problem, but they started it. This strategy been remarkably successful for me. I don't know why, but I decided to buy a $250 metal detector with my latest (and possibly final) profits. I don't metal detect. I think it would be neat, I've always wanted to, but I don't think I'd get $250 worth out fun and change, especially since I'd rather go fishing with my free daylight time.
Here's where it gets complicated: I decided to buy it through Amazon, through a service that sells Amazon gift cards for BTC. When I return it (you bet your ass I'm returning it), I'll be stuck with $250 Amazon credit as a refund, since I used a gift card. I could sell it (or something else from Amazon easier to flip), keep the balance for regular Amazon purchases, or buy something that I'd have fun with during non-fishing hours, like, say, a Wii U.
tl;dr I bought a fucking metal detector for no good reason and would like to trade it for a Wii U, possibly.