I did pick up a Ratatouille recipe box, an apron and oven mitt and a set of coasters. I was tempted to buy a rat cookie jar as well, but $40 for something that didn't look like it would keep cookies very fresh was just a bit too much.
But that wasn't why I was bad today. I was bad today because I bought a watch. A Citizen Eco-Drive Blue Angels Skyhawk. (No, I didn't pay anywhere near MSRP for it.) I've been wanting one for years. I'm not sure why I finally got around to buying it today. My old watch, a Casio Waveceptor e-Databank, is still in good working order, even if the casing is a bit worn. I felt a bit self-conscious about it at my last job interview; I was wearing a nice suit, tie, shiny dress shoes, carrying a fancy leather portfolio and fancy looking pen, and then I'm wearing a watch with a scratched crystal and worn-off chrome.
This watch is solar-powered so it never needs batteries, it has its own UTC dial and it's got an E6-B flight computer. All useful stuff for me. And it's shiny. Rats like shiny.
The only things it lacks are a backlight (though it does have glowy hands) and an atomic clock time signal, which was the only reason I bought my old Casio.
This is only the second piece of (non-cheap) jewelry I've ever bought for myself (the other was a sapphire ring I bought about 6 or 7 years back).