Right before graduation, I lost the charger. No problem! I'll just buy a new charger. Surprise! Your camera is three years old? We do not sell chargers for it! Hahahaha!
I was put out.
Six months after graduation, I went to a camera store, and dropped some cash on a new camera charger made for "really really old cameras and why do we even sell this?" I charged my camera's battery. I put the battery in the camera. I turned on the camera.
The lens was broken. No pictures for me.
That's okay. I'll move on. I'll use another camera while I save up for one that is more than a point and shoot.
Sort of. Because during the 4th of July, I took a bunch of pictures. Some of them of the awesome SURPRISE FLAG cake that we made. I wanted to show you all. So I took the camera and looked for the USB cord. Oh, our camera didn't come with a USB cord. Oh, normally they just put it in the card reader on Mom's computer. Oh, I don't have a card reader on my computer.
"HAHAHA. NO PICTURES FOR YOU!"
so now I have to go either by a card reader or a usb cord for the camera. But in my luck, by the time I buy a USB cord, the camera will have stopped working, and I'll have to start all over again.