Travelers' Century Club, made up of members who have all been to 100+ "countries" but they are way too liberal with their classifications and time requirements. A fuel stop in Puerto Rico counts as a visit to a new country in their eyes. Amateurs.
There is, of course, bragging rights but after a while, introducing myself as "Hi, I'm Berti and I have been to 100 countries" might get kind of tiresome. Not to mention the murmurs of "Dude, don't even make eye contact with that girl. Yeah, the one carrying around the atlas. Trust me on this.."
As I close in on my goal, I am realizing what the real prize of all this is. It is the motivation that it has given me to visit places that I might not have otherwise considered. A perfect example of this was my recent city to Lithuania's capital city.