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Old 11-20-2017, 01:17 PM
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There's something wrong when people spend most of their time thinking about "fun things" and "likes" and ignoring big problems like debt. It is also hypocritical when people call themselves environmentalists and concerned about climate change but they live disposable lives, of take-out food packaging, plastic water bottles, toss out their crappy furniture when it breaks every two years, need the latest gadget, etc.

They claim they hate collecting *stuff* but they are always buying, disposing and replacing things when they get bored. And flying on airplanes for their *experiences*. All the adventurous travels also bring back diseases and bed bugs.
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Old 11-20-2017, 01:35 PM
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Originally Posted by lovecrowds View Post
I only have coffee and maybe a bagel at a restaurant. So usually I spend $2 or $3.
I'm outraged. You spend $2 - $3 for coffee and a bagel when you could make both at home for pennies?? Are you trying to live like a Kardasian with your fancy restaurant eats? Truly shocking. You must be a Millennial.
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