So, I had some wires, and I thought I would sell them to the metal recyclers. Only, I didn't have much wire, so then I thought I would roll them up in a wire ball, and keep adding to it, until I had a lot and it would be super valuable. And it's vaguely egg-shaped, and maybe it'll be big enough by the time I retire, so it can be my nest egg... Get it? But by the time I got this done, I was so done with wires, and I'm just going to throw it in the recycle. It's a trifle depressing to be making a ball of wires to fund your retirement. And it did make a pretty picture, so making it wasn't a complete waste of several hours.
What the heck is a nest egg? I'm glad you asked! In 30 seconds of googling, I wasn't convinced that nest eggs in farm life work, but people have believed a lot of things over the years. Due to the sorcery of compound interest, nest eggs for retirement funds do work. Wire balls, I don't know.