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Extravagant Purchases
 
# 1 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 19:25
 
 
Back in the day when we all had money to burn, or even right now, what was your most extravagant purchase and did you get buyers remorse for the life sized Zebra, or those season tickets to a team you never saw.
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# 2 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 21:10
 
 
Ain't done it yet, but I'm looking for a couple of calf skins to sling about the gaff - won't buy online but would rather select from a bunch
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# 3 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 21:15
 
 
Picasso's Guernica
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# 4 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 21:44
 
 
I spent a ridiculous amount of money in the good old days but it was mostly on stupid day to day expenses (coffee, buying nice foods, clothes) rather than big items.

The only two I'd consider remotely extravagant was a piece of Habitat furniture, a standing mirror with storage that set me back 600 euro. And a kilt and accessories which cost me around 400.
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# 5 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 21:53
 
 
Someone said :
I spent a ridiculous amount of money in the good old days but it was mostly on stupid day to day expenses (coffee, buying nice foods, clothes) rather than big items.

The only two I'd consider remotely extravagant was a piece of Habitat furniture, a standing mirror with storage that set me back 600 euro. And a kilt and accessories which cost me around 400.

Do you still own them or did you leave them behind when you moved on?
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# 6 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:01
 
 
Still have the kilt (but doesn't fit me cos I put on weight ) The mirror I left in Glasgow and eventually lost it.
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# 7 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:07
 
 
love kilts
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# 8 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:10
 
 
Someone said :
Still have the kilt (but doesn't fit me cos I put on weight ) The mirror I left in Glasgow and eventually lost it.

Try a Maternity Kilt?
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# 9 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:10
 
 
Spent most of my life not wanting to own anything heavy and that was great till I kinda took root in my 40's and am now burdened with loads of stuff I own and now have to insure against theft, fire and all that kind of shit - was a lot happier not owning anything
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# 10 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:12
 
 
Someone said :
Spent most of my life not wanting to own anything heavy and that was great till I kinda took root in my 40's and am now burdened with loads of stuff I own and now have to insure against theft, fire and all that kind of shit - was a lot happier not owning anything

Do another good deed of the day, give the stuff to us?
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# 11 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:18
 
 
Someone said :

Do another good deed of the day, give the stuff to us?

I never cast pearl before swine
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# 12 : Saturday 8-9-2012 @ 22:26
 
 
Art and a harpsichord.
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# 13 : Monday 10-9-2012 @ 03:55
 
 
Four year's ago I paid one-hundred dollar's on Ebay for a comic book. Buffy Season 8 #1 featuring a sketch variant cover. Haven't thought of it in a while but Google say's it's now goin' for almost double the price, whoop, whoop! Not that I'd ever sell a comic book.

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# 14 : Monday 10-9-2012 @ 03:59
 
 
Edited
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# 15 : Monday 10-9-2012 @ 14:38
 
 
Was in work one day during the boom and my girlfriend was having a bad day.
I went to a pc shop and bought her a candy red Sony Vaio laptop to cheer her up.
Think it was €1499.

It worked but I think about it now and cringe.
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