While I was growing up it was so much fun to trade things with friends. For years I traded coins and baseball cards. My parents would give me money for lunch but I never ever spent it on lunch. I would stop at the store on the way to school and spend my lunch money on baseball cards – then buy my lunch by skipping recess and doing dishes in the cafeteria. Nowadays that would never be allowed but back then I went to Catholic school – they could do just about anything. And since I was begging to do it – everyone was happy. My parents didn’t even mind – they said as long as I was eating, they didn’t really care. My how things have changed.
Then when my older children were growing up it was all about friendship bracelets. The constant making of friendship bracelets and buying supplies. It seems everyone had to be given a friendship bracelet.
But now – there is the BroCoin. Something that actually has value (unlike the friendship bracelet)! The BroFist is a 24 Karat Gold plated limited edition collectors’ coin. It arrives completely protected by an acrylic case and even a protective velvet drawstring bag! This is the perfect way to show gratitude and friendship. I was most impressed with how heavy it is – I would compare it to one of the original silver dollars – that heavy.
This collectible BroFist coin is available on Amazon.
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