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Buying a boat with some friends to go to potahawk, an annual boat festival in Lake Erie. Bought the boat on Friday. Spent Saturday tuning it up. Sunday was the festival. While riding the boat there we ran out of gas. The wake behind the boat, which was overloaded with people and beer, then flooded the boat. Our boat sank in the middle of Lake Erie and the coast guard had to pick us up.
My “day of the week” socks. I already lost one of the Friday socks and now the whole thing is ruined
This actually made me laugh. The worst part is now you can’t even look forward to Friday.
My day of the week socks aren’t even matched up anymore. Today (Saturday) I’m wearing a Tuesday and a Monday
I went to the MET Opera and ordered a whiskey cocktail at the bar. The bartender said “is this one fine” picking up a bottle from the bottom shelf, so I said “sure!” It was $27
I went to Vegas with my friends and we went to one of the night clubs. My friend and I ordered two vodka red bulls and we handed the guy a 50. The look he gave us, like we were the poorest mother fuckers ever. 63 dollars for two well drinks....
This is why I drink alone at home. Some may call it alcoholic, I call it savvy
How in Heaven can those places even exist?
I went to Kinky Boots on Broadway and their souvenir cup with a dirty Shirley cost me about the same. Still have that stupid cup tho.
I bought this huge high wattage bass guitar amp thinking I was gonna join a band. I didn't, and it has been taking up valuable storage space ever since and I hardly ever used it.
2 11-foot stand up paddleboards.
I live in an apartment with no garage. I do not have a car with a roof rack. I do not live near water.
I want to ask why you bought it but I'm afraid you won't know either
Edit: oh my fucking god I just reread it and realized it was TWO
They were on sale. Think of the savings!
I once bought a plant for 20 bucks, and then i saw that you could buy the same one in another store for 2.50
I wanted to support local nurseries. Bought a tiny lemon tree for $120. Later went to Costco to find them selling more mature lemon trees for only $25...
Local stores make it hard to support them with price differences like that.
That and the funky hours they seem to have. Oh, ok, so your store is closed every Thursday evening? I ain’t gonna be able to remember that level of detail about your hours, instead I’ll remember that one time I tried to shop there but it was closed so I won’t bother trying to go back.
Yeah but people don't steal from tiny lemon trees
Hey being out $20 isn't too bad, although it's for sure a bummer
I bought a single underwear on amazon for 20 dollars because i though it was a pack of 5.
A couple years ago, me and three other friends were bored. One of us had the bright idea to buy rc airplanes at the hobby store down the street. These were the styrofoam planes with the little motor inside, extremely delicate. Each of them were a little over $100 each for the airplane, motor and controller.
Once we got them home we charged the batteries and were going to take them to the park to fly them around for the day. I couldn't wait. We were outside of the house next to the open garage and just had to try it out really quick before we drove over to the park. Not sure if it was take off from the street or it had to be hand propelled my buddy hand propelled my styrofoam airplane and it went right into the ground. Pieces of propeller, cockpit and bits of wing exploded everywhere. The engine was hanging out of the fuselage.
I paid almost $120 to watch my plane get thrown into the ground. All my fault though, I most likely steered the plane into the asphalt.
Worst purchase ever. Oh yeah, the rest of the day I watched as my friends all gleefully few their cool airplanes around the park. I ended up going for a bitter walk around the park.
Edit: found a pic right before my crash landing. Mine is the F4U Corsair... RIP https://imgur.com/gallery/kFS0Wm3
I bought a nice collective pitch helicopter for hundreds. Did one flight, hovering a few feet, crashed and broke the boom. Waited for the part and fixed it. Then crashed and broke the blades. This was just as quadcopters were coming into the market. I should have waited, they are easier to fly, more durable, and cheaper to fix.
I have an uncle who flew helicopters in the USMC for close to 30 years, and he said that rc helicopters are harder to fly than real ones.
It's true and due to three main things: the controls are much smaller, they accelerate much more quickly, and the controls effectively change depending on the direction the rc helicopter is facing.
He also said that there was a lot of "feel" involved. That he could "feel" what his aircraft was doing and correct for it.
I don't know, just relating a story from someone who does. He also said you had to do a bit of a correction when firing a missile, because the thrust would push one way or the other.
I inserted a $20 bill in a vending machine and one of the items I bought on it was stuck and I lost all my money and didn't get my change back and didn't get any of the other stuff I bought.
It reminds me of a friend in high school who put a $20 in a vending machine for a snack. He got the snack and the change.... entirely in nickels. He just sat down and cried.
My father said he needed money, but had a mortgage and couldnt get a loan. He would put the car in my name, then I can get a loan from my bank against the car and he would pay it off. Got approved for an 8k loan. Gave my dad the money and he never paid off the loan. I bought a car that day.
Yeah the proud owner of an 03 Saturn L200, needs some work. Saturn's dealers don't even exist anymore. Not really worth throwing anymore money at, will donate/kidney car it most likely. It was good times in the early 2000s.
I love my dad to death but he is horrible with money.
You can get an external CD/DVD for about the same price as the CD today, so it's not a huge problem.
A full-size (88-key) electric piano. It sat it my apartment for 5 months, unused, before I admitted to myself I was never going to get around to lessons. Sold it for $100, and that was the highest they'd go. :(
How much did you buy it for?
About 10 years ago I spent all my graduation money on a "gaming laptop" from ibuypower.com. On paper it was top tier mobile hardware for 2008, which was stupid since I just kept playing warcraft 3 and certainly didn't need all that power for that.
It had serious overheating issues from the start and I sent it in for "repair" once on warranty, came back and nothing was different. Their customer support was absolutely worthless and it cooked itself to death after a year, just as the warranty expired.
This laptop sat on my dorm desk, on a cooling pad, 100% of the time. Fuck that company, and fuck my naiveté.
Gaming laptops are pretty much the worst long term investments ever. They all have overheating problems.
I have a work laptop that's from iBuyPower and I literally don't have to run the heater in my office when I'm using it.
I keep it on a cookie cooling rack, every day I pray it dies so I can get a newer one that's slightly hotter (sometimes I have to wear a long sleeve shirt on colder days).
Half of my games on steam.
More than half of my games on Steam were included as part of "full packs" made worth it for the low price I'd end up paying for the one anchor game.
Does leasing a 2005 Subaru STi for $736 a month count when I only made about 1500 a month net?
After insurance, what did you do with the remaining negative 400 dollars a month?
It was bad, I made a decent living for a kid but had never made much over the poverty line and was living 1300 miles from family so I had nobody to talk sense into me.
yeah friend I'd say so
My roommate's dad sold her his car. She couldn't really afford a new one, so he told her he'd take it out of her inheritance fund and then she wouldn't have to pay.
Except once she got it, she had to get the brakes repaired for $300 within a month. He told her they were new.
He's now charging her interest on a loan she never paid him, too. Because he told her he'd take it out of the inheritance fund.
And he harassed her when he sprang that on her and she said she couldn't pay right away, because she's on friggin' food stamps. He yelled at her.
My roommate's poor but extremely good with money (just student debt and a poor-paying job) and he's being such a damn ass about the whole thing. I don't get it. He has no reason to think she'd cheat him and in any case, he's cheating HER.
Thats easy, give him the car back, tell him exactly where to put it. Then bill him 500$ for the replacement of the “brand new” brakes.
I just spent my entire savings on some jaw implants. I thought I’d get a defined good looking jaw, But I’ve been in hiding for over a week as my face now looks like Thanos.
as my face now looks like Thanos
What did it cost?
It can take months for facial swelling to go down. Be patient.
I almost got a neck lift and chin implant, but I decided to try a conservative method.
Edit: People are asking what method I'm trying. I have a misaligned jaw, tongue thrust and grind my teeth at night due to various reasons. I had allergies for years that went untreated and caused mouth breathing (especially at night). Hint: If you snore, you mouth breath at night. Download an app like Snorelab to record yourself and see if you are snoring.
The tongue thrust pattern (or reverse, infantile swallowing) had been established as a child when I had enlarged Adenoids and couldn't breath through my nose like a normal person. I had the surgery to remove the tissue, but by the age of 12 the swallowing pattern was already established. How do you know you have a reverse swallow? If you look at your tongue first thing in the morning when you wake up and notice it has scalloped edges, you have a reverse swallow.
If you suffer from mouth breathing and reverse swallowing that means the muscles in your neck and jaw aren't moving right. The most important thing to do is to correct that swallowing pattern. It can be difficult especially if you are older, like me.
However, even with all this, the position of your Hyoid Bone is going to determine how cut your jaw line is. The only thing you can really do to improve that is exercise and it may not even work. Since the tongue attaches to the Hyoid bone, improving your tongue position can impact where that bone sits in your throat. This is all just a hypothesis at the moment.
A lot of this theory is covered under Dr. Mew (or "Mewing" as it is known) you can find his videos on youtube. I didn't know about Mewing until later. I was more interested in correcting my swallowing pattern and came across this guy in the process.
If you look up statistics for reverse swallowing it's a pretty common thing. All children do it, but at some point are suppose to grow out of it. Many adults still do.
Because my jaw sits further back than it should, it "looks" like my chin is weak. If I can correct this I don't believe I'll need an implant or a neck lift.
TL;DR Put your tongue to the roof of your mouth, correct your swallowing pattern, breath through your nose at all times, and see an orthodontist (A good orthodontist, one that specializes in lingual issues. If they recommend removing teeth to improve crowding, RUN AWAY).
Dang. Any chance it's partially swelling?
I was in third grade and this girl was sitting next to me who made these little bookmarks and was trying to sell them. She asked me if I'd like to buy one, and I said no. She said she'd make me one for free so I took her up on her offer. Once she was done (mind you I was using a dollar bill as a bookmark that my mom gave me to buy cookies at lunch), she took the dollar bill out of my book and kept it. I was too shy to speak up and I just wanted to cry :(
I bought a Studio Ghibli-themed T-shirt from some bootleg website. I paid $30. It’s the stiffest, shittiest shirt I’ve ever owned.
I had a similar experience with a site (Tee++). First shirt they sent was the completely wrong one. The second one had really poor quality printing with half the text missing. The third one was okay. To their credit, they eventually got me the correct shirt (and they let me keep the other two) but they basically had no QC.
My horse. He's 28, unrideable, in good health and an asshole. I think I'm going to have to pay his bills forever.
Sounds like an adult child still living at home.
That's horse ownership
Last horse we had was one I rode for years and ill health and age had us call out the vet to euthanize her. After the fact one thing I wish I had taught her earlier in her life was to lie down on command. If you have never seen a 1000 lbs horse die on there feet, lurching backward and collapse it's a very violent and painful thing to watch. Would have saved my little sister quite a number of nightmares for her to have being lying down for it.
My childhood horse had to be put down two years ago. The vet came out to the barn at 7pm on a rainy weeknight to do it and I wanted to be there for her while it happened and thought I could handle it but it was so much more violent/intense/dramatic than I thought it would be :( Even the vet was crying.
I bought a Nintendo Wii-U a week before they announced the Switch.
Edit: a word.
I was holding out for a Wii U, until a new Zelda game was gonna release. I wasn't really interested in the system that much, and was kind of dreading buying a Wii U. I would see early footage from Breath of the Wild, and think "goddamn it, gotta get a Wii U"
Then when it was announced as a Switch Launch title, that was a wrap. Bought a Switch on launch night, and have loved the thing.
I ended up giving it away as a gift. I just bought a Switch last month. Super fun!
Well, the Wii-U isn't the worst.
You've got Mario Maker, Windwaker HD, Twilight Princess HD, Breath of the Wild, Virtual Console, Mario Kart 8, Super Mario 3D, Sm4sh...
Not terrible. Except I chuckle at the Switch (which I own too) porting over the "best titles" of the Wii U.
I bought this thing of chainmail off amazon.
Thing was a piece of shit, wrong size and it wasn't even made properly (the bits that were supposed to be sleeves were hanging off the back where your shoulder blades would be). Tried return it for a refund, but since it was shipped from India it would have cost me twice what I paid for the thing, so I'd lose more money just trying to get my original money back. Left a bad review as a warning to people, and my review was removed for "making false statements about the company/product"
Amazon is catering more and more to cheats. I have been ripped off three times and had to bitch loudly to get my money back. They also accused me of "selling" 5 star rating and suspended my rating ability just because I really like a lot of my purchases. Can't wait for someone to really compete with them.
Me too. I bought a set of two glass cups recently. They cost nine dollars. They arrived and one was broken. I emailed the seller to ask if they’d just want to send me a single replacement cup to save the hassle of keeping the pair together and paying to ship a perfectly good one there and back. Long story short, I had to send back chunks of broken glass in the mail to get my nine dollars back before I could order a new pair.
Same thing when I bought a rat trap, it arrived missing a tiny part. I emailed asking for the tiny part but Amazon made me mail the whole thing back and only then would ship a whole new one. Thing is, I really wanted to get started on the rat catching for obvious reasons!!
Can't wait for someone to really compete with them.
Buying accidental death insurance instead of whole life insurance for my husband and myself.
He died fairly young of cancer.
Wow. I'm really, really sorry.
Membership to Bally's '90's era. For those who don't remember, gyms back then were contracts and Bally's had the worse. Three year contract I agreed to that I was stuck with. They began closing down right as I finished my last payment.
All the food i buy when i have food at home.
Don’t regret it 100% but I wish I would’ve used the $800 spent on a tattoo for other more meaningful things.
Every textbook ever. Spent thousands on books that we barely used and can't resell because those bastards in Pearson and other publishers shit out new editions every year which are the exact same shit different cover. Pearson is the EA of textbooks and every professor that demands their students to buy the brand new edition instead of older ones should be kneecapped.
Not only that, but Pearson has caught on to the fact that some people either buy books used or find them on questionable sites. So instead of a hard bound copy, they'll only sell "loose leaf" copies for some books that have zero resale value at all and you have to put in a giant binder just keep from losing pages.
My wife wanted a PT cruiser when she was 19. We were married then, but I told her "absolutely not, do not buy a fucking new PT Cruiser." But she did with her mom as cosign. She was then upside down in that piece of shit for ages. That was 2007. We traded it in 2013. My god what a turd it was. Everything you did to it cost hundreds of dollars, even basic maintenance sometimes.
That car drained our finances in a time when we should have been saving.
Everything you did to it cost hundreds of dollars, even basic maintenance sometimes.
the alternator in a PT is so buried, it take 5+hours to replace even at a shop
Yeah my cousin was my mechanic. He told me "I wanna help you out but you gotta help me help you....by not buying this shit.'
Vegas 24 Hr Buffet Pass. Had to do my Vegas trip revolving around that pass. Most of the food are mediocre and I had to pay extra for the Caesars Palace Bacchanal buffet.
I got this once. I realized I can't eat 4 buffets in a row and one a day is probably enough
A large kiddie pool which one of our cats (the really fat one) decided was a huge water bowl and tried to drink from it at night after the inflatable bit at the top had lost some air. I awoke to water rushing out of it and pooling near the house...it caused a horrific amount of mold to grow in the basement right under my bedroom to which I am unfortunately allergic. It took months for my parents to figure out what was making me sick.
5 Arby's roast beef's for $5.
The regret started around #3.
I haven't seen that deal in years. It's fucking expensive to eat at Arby's.
That's why they have the meats and you dont.
First bag of heroin.
15 years gone.
Ready to celebrate 3 years clean.
Washer was recalled within the first 3 months I owned it and it was an incredibly painful process that ultimately ended in getting a replacement that didn't look anything like the old one.
Dryer lasted about 13 months and then started to fault. At 18 months it finally shit the bed (busted rollers, busted pulley, bent everything, cracked drum).
Never buying Samsung again.
When I was in high school I bought a car from a buy-here-pay-here that had a device in it under my steering wheel that would make this awful beeping/ringing sound when it was close to my payment due date, and if you missed your due date it would stop the car from turning on. The only way to turn it off was to make my payment and get a code that I would type in with a remote that I pointed at the device. A few times they gave me the wrong code, which means the device couldn’t turn off, and my car wouldn’t turn on. They said removing it would be considered grand theft auto.
One weekend this left me stranded in Cleveland, it was awful. The offices were closed over the weekend so I had to wait until Monday to get back in.
Aside from the insane amount of money I ended up paying for this 2000 Buick, I’m convinced that machine messed up the wiring in the car. The reason I think that is because after I paid the car off (yeah I paid the entire 5 year loan on a 2000 buick I bought in 2009. I think my payments were like $250 a month on a part time waitress income.) they took the device out but after that sometimes the car would just turn off while I was driving. It would happen when I used my turn signals, highways were an anxiety filled nightmare. I was constantly torn between needing to change lanes and wanting to signal but being afraid that my car would turn off if I did that.
My wedding. Should have just went to the court house.
I bought a $200+ glass and metal drawing table for my boyfriend. He cheated and left me a year ago. It's sitting my apartment gathering dust.
When I was fresh into my first year of college I hit the mall with the cash my parents gave me for living expenses. I got stopped by one of those girls at the kiosks trying to sell me a special exfoliant. She demonstrated it on my hand and I could see the dead skin sloughing off before my eyes! In her heavy accent she told me that, for me, the price was just $18. I was sold and told her that yes, I would purchase this miracle product. When she rang it up I saw that the price was actually $80, not $18, and I had misheard her due to her accent. I was too embarrassed to back out of the purchase at that point, so I kept my mouth shut and went through with buying the ridiculously expensive skincare product. Needless to say I felt like a real chump and did the Charlie Brown walk out of the mall with my wallet empty, destined to live off of ramen for the rest of the month.
I once had a similar misunderstanding... not quite as expensive as yours, but I ended up paying (out of sheer cowardice) for a $50 lipstick that I thought was $15. Honestly, I thought $15 was pretty steep!
I've worn said lipstick a few times... not often, because it turns out the kind of woman who cravenly capitulates to buying a $50 bold red lippy isn't the kind of woman with the confidence to successfully rock bold red lippy. Who knew. But I'm keeping it. Forever. It cost FIFTY DOLLARS.
Girl/woman, just wear it. Red lipstick is 10% finding the right shade and 90% confidence. I'm sure you look great in it. Believe it or not, it's hard to make red lipstick look bad unless you choose the wrong undertone.
Wear it at night when you're going out in a black dress and subtle black eyeliner and gold shimmer. Wear it to work with no other makeup. Wear it in pajamas and glasses to run to the store to go buy tampons. Wear it around the house just to get used to seeing yourself in it. Just wear it and walk around with your head held high like you own the world. It's a great feeling.
Ok I’ll ask... how’s your skin though?
its all sloughed off
Its probably just a "peeling gel". It looks like its skin comming up when really its just particles or celulose that clump together when you rub it. It does help exfoliate a lot and its pretty gentle on the skin. It looks like a chemical peel at first but it doesnt have those chemicals in it. I picked one up at tjmaxx for like $5. Worth $5 (maybe even $10) but not $80
I did this a few years ago. But it was an art piece. A globe that says FUCK. 10/10 would recommend.
I bought one of those monitors that you clip on to yourself that vibrates whenever you are slouching. The constant buzzing just bothered me to the point of never wearing it. Still slouching. Fine with it lol
I thought about getting one of these but I think I'd run into the same problem!
My mom gave me $100 to buy back to school clothes when I was 13. We were poor and usually got $20 to go to the thrift shop. So, I went to the mall to get something cool. But I was pressured by salespeople to buy these $98 jeans that looked awful on me, we’re too tight and too long. I bought a discount $2 shirt thinking I’d fool my mom about my spending...which didn’t work. The shirt was too small and rode up. I feel ashamed to this day about being so foolish. We were really poor and my mom worked multiple shitty jobs where she put up with sexual harassment every day...and I blew the money she gave me trying to be cool - and not even succeeding. I’m disgusted by how disrespectful I was to my mom.
Don't be disgusted.
You were a kid and you were probably targeted by salespeople specifically for that reason.
Everyone makes bad choices a 13, especially when it comes to being cool and fitting in. (Hello, black lipstick and my goth phase!)
If your Mom is still with you and you're in a financially better place now, you could always spend a little money on her and tell her how much her sacrifices mean to you now, even if you missed appreciating them at the time.
Biggest regret is trading in my Chevy Malibu for a Kia Optima. Two totally different driving experiences. From wood grain, auto start, heated seats, and sun roof to nothing impressive at all. Plus, my Malibu was paid off.
Never buy a car that you really not feeling. Walk away from the deal.
I bought one of those swimmable mermaid tails. I was making a lot of money at the time (for me) so it wasn't a big deal.
I used it once at the beach, my boyfriend took some pictures of me, then we got pissed off because our dogs were misbehaving and we left the beach.
I do not have a pool. I do not have access to a clean pool. I don't live close to a beach. I have no idea what I'm going to do with this stupid thing. It's so pretty though.
edit: not trying to sell it, it isn't one of those fancy silicone ones. Thanks for the offers though!
wear it on the couch
The thousands of dollars of Legos, Polly Pockets, Brio trains and other toys we bought for our children.
We should have bought them a fourth of what we did and put the money into Treasury bonds or something.
Now they are grown and my basement is full of Brio trains, Polly Pockets and Legos.
Edit: guys, I appreciate the offers to buy, but the reason I haven't sold them yet is 1) they belong to my kids, 2) they need to be sorted.
When they are ready, we'll deal with it, but it's a lot of work and they would have been happy with fewer toys. My husband and I used toys as rewards and proxies for love and that was our issue. In retrospect, I wish we had bought them less.
Ironically, my children are both adamant that they want next to nothing of their own. They don't want to be tied down by things.
My 2 year old nephew is enjoying the Brio train sets from when I was little more than any of the toys he got this Christmas. Fucking Paw Patrol.
Shit is worth money.
Also buying things your kids enjoy is hardly something to be ashamed or regretful of.
Agreed - though if it’s like ‘we bought them 20 sets and 10 was more than enough for them to play with and enjoy’ then I can see the regret being reasonable.
Some Lego sets are worth quite a bit. If you have the complete sets you can sell them and maybe turn over some extra cash.
Have anything from the Castle or Knights series? I'd possibly be interested to take it off your hands...
1 quarter of a toasted bread loaf for 20$
That's all that needs to be said
So I was originally going to buy 1 half of a toasted bread loaf for 20$ but when I was looking away someone took 1 quarter of it and for some reason I still boght it.
Edit: more info
I would very much like some background
you could've got like 2 bananas for that
A Fiat Stilo. That was the worst, devaluating, unreliable moneypit of a car I ever owned.
Fix it again, Tony.
Fish. Too much stress on me taking care of those critter.
Tank cycle, type of food, type of tank mate, water parameter ( Amonia, PH, Nitrate, Nitrile, Co, Co2, Mineral,...etc) Temperature, Algae control, parasite control, bacteria control ( Both good and bad.), type of food, fish disease, Tank cleaning procedures, budgeting, Scheduling, chemical and medicine knowledge and much much more I have to study in order to keep my fish happy, healty and maintain my pristine tank condition. All this shit and you know what I have? One bettafish, one Bristle nose Plecco two Nerite snail and 4 Mystery snail. ( 2 Golden, 2 Black.)
Sometime I just want to gave it all away.
PS. This shit started with one rescue Oscar cichlid I rescued months ago.
Does 90 percent of my wardrobe count? Because I should not have six closets worth of clothes. . . Someone help me. (most of it is from high school before I had bills to pay but still...)
Engagement ring for my ex-wife - yeah...that was a mistake.
You should buy the ring before she’s an ex wife
I bought a $350 computer case with 6 usb ports because I thought that front ports is all I would get.
A money pit house that was architecturally interesting and loaded with features, but an expensive maintenance nightmare.
I never should have gotten into aquariums. Teenage me was fascinated by them and once I got into my 20's and had my own money coming in I upgraded to a bigger, tropical one that was so much time and money to maintain which I now wish I spent actually going out and having a life instead.
Finally sold my tank last year (I'm 30 now) after realizing I don't want to sink my 30's into it like I did my 20's. Glad to see the damn thing gone.
When I was pregnant, I thought it would be a great idea to buy a giant beanbag chair to replace our old uncomfortable couch.
Turns out, the thing is like, 100lbs and just as uncomfortable, but it's horrible for having guests over. Not to mention embarrassing. We are both 30-something years old so we are way too old for a beanbag as the centerpiece of our living room but we can't afford a new couch and even if we could, we don't have a truck to get it here.
Honestly though, for a toddler they are pretty awesome. But, I didn't replace my couch with it so there's that.
Is it a Lovesac? I may or may not have made the same mistake a few years back.
Nearly $1,000 spent on Funko Pops 😖
there's a cube in my office that is completely lined in funkos, and no one is ever there. i think the person got fired. i think they left so suddenly they abandoned their 60 funkos in their shame. they're all worthless bc they're out of their packaging and now they just stare at the office, a memento mori to us all.
My husband. Bought a 10k painting. Right. before. opening. a. business. And buying. a. house.
It’s fine. I’m fine.
I bought a brand new truck last year. I can afford it, but I just think it’s too much for me. I almost feel uncomfortable driving it kind of like I don’t deserve it.
Almost every song on my iTunes..
Oof I felt this.
Once I had enough money to afford streaming services, I never looked back. Or I'd just use YouTube.
My first house, I should have never bought it.
God same its been a nightmare from day 1
$54 on lemonade and tea at a restaurant.
I drink a lot of beverages when I eat dinner. I was at this upscale restaurant and lemonade was $9 with free refills and tea was $9 with free refills. The waiter offered me a Arnold Palmer by mixing the two .
I loved it and had 6 glasses over the course of the meal .
$54 in Arnold Palmer's, because they weren't free refills lol.
I had a personal trainer for 9 months. I wasted about $2,500 on that. It’s not that he was bad, it was that I didn’t take it seriously and got into a depressive state. Then I felt bad for him near the end as he was struggling too so I stayed a month or three longer than I wanted to. I said I moved with my girlfriend to a different state.
As for a friends worst purchase;l, they said a drone. They used it twice. Dumbasses thought they could fly anywhere but we were within 5 miles of a major Air Force Base.
My house. Seriously. Sometimes you're better off just renting.
It's amazing the amount of messed up stuff you'll find that previous people did a house.
I'm kinda relieved that I worked so much time in construction that I can usually smell bullshit from a mile away. So many friends of mine have shitty apartments with terrible insulation, shoddy construction, expensive heating options, outdated (think 30-40 years) plumbing and electrical.
Bought a $2000 laptop for work use and then got fired
2 words: Pet Octopus
A ken bone... welcome to the bone zone t shirt I paid 40 dollars for.
I bought a 2014 VW Jetta new. I disliked it so much that a year later I traded it in, and ended up losing $10,000 between what I paid for it and what the dealership offered me for it. I thought they might have been lowballing me, so I did a used car search and found that it was pretty close to retail price for that car.
So yeah, that Jetta made me lose $10,000 in a year. That's the purchase I regret the most.
All the heroin i bought when i was in active addiction
❤️ Hope you're doing better.
Fucking Nescafé dolce gusto. I hate this piece of shit. The pods are expensive as hell and it doesn’t stop automatically so the coffee tastes shit.
Time share!!! I don’t care what they tell you, DONT DO IT!!!!
I got a small house thing for my rabbit that looked like a strawberry. When I put it in my room...he never touched it...looked at it...anything. Rocket if u see this, sometimes ur a ass but I still love u