The last thing I bought was groceries....I'm not sure what the last thing scanned in was though, so I guess I get "groceries". Pretty awesome...
However, just this afternoon, I "bought" some larger bills from my work. They needed small bills so we traded. Do you think that would count? I think a lifetime of money would be fantastic!!!!!
I've just ordered a little model sailing boat and some wooden fish, shells and seahorses to decorate a summer wreath for the front door!
A lifetime supply? I'm fairly certain, I'll never want to buy them again - unless I set up a business!
The last thing I actually bought and held in my hand were a few groceries - perishables because today is a public holiday and the shops are closed. I'll gladly accept bread, butter and eggs, which I can remember buying, instead of the wooden items!
The last thing I bought was groceries early this morning at the market. Now, it the question means the "actual" last thing in the cart that would have been sugar free ice cream for my husband. Frankly, it tastes like ice milk and is not that great, but at least it is food so I should be grateful.
Tuition, I guess...? As for a physical item, it would be books, which is kind of unfortunate since I never buy books because I get stressed out about the idea of having to move them someday and I also rarely re-read books, so owning them is pointless to me.