While it can add up, having a selection of adapters can be quite worthwhile - especially if you have a portable L2 charger.
From top left:
50A J1772 cord
J1772 Plug to NEMA L14-30r
NEMA L14-30 extension
J1772 Receptacle to NEMA L14-30p (and spare twist lock 14-30s)
Tesla Receptacle to J1772 plug (TeslaTap)
Ford 120V/12A convenience cord (rebadged Clipper Creek EVSE)
NEMA 14-50p pigtail
NEMA 14-30p pigtail
NEMA 10-30p pigtail
NEMA 5-15r to L5-15p
NEMA L5-15r to 5-15p
More spare twist lock 14-30s
NEMA TT-30p to 5-15r
NEMA 6-50p pigtail
Spare 3C 12AWG sections with WAGO lever nuts
Grab square and hex ferrule crimper sets and some WAGO 832 series pluggable terminal blocks and there's not much you can't do.
I should note that the NEMA plugs that have J1772 hardware on the other end have the pilot wire carried through on the ground pin - which means I can use a real 4 wire L14-30 extension to extend the J1772 side of my charger if needed (or use that J1772 receptacle to extend an existing charger connection). When I put all that together, I can plug my car in 8-10 spaces away from an existing charger or I can otherwise use pretty much any 120V or 240V down to literal bare wires.