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Old Today, 05:04 PM
 
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i have been on 4 5000 holidays and spend 200 a month on bus travel.
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What I pay for wine in a year is equal to what some pay in rent.
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Old Today, 05:36 PM
 
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Never been a rich person so no idea what they do
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Old Today, 05:40 PM
 
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I charter a private jet and fly about 10 of my friends out to a large chalet I rent in Aspen every winter.
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^^^ who believed me for a second? .
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Old Today, 05:47 PM
 
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Not much of anything. Except, I’ve flown first class three or four times.
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Old Today, 05:48 PM
 
Location: Venus
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At the beginning of the year, we owned 3 houses & a boat. We sold 2 of the houses & the boat.

-I have a house cleaner who comes once a week.
-I do have a weekly massage-I really don't think of it as an indulgence. It is pain management.
-We go to the tropics every winter.
-I don't worry about money.

Unlike many rich people, we are not in debt up to our eyeballs. We only owe on our car and we probably could pay that off, too.


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Not going to answer to a robot to mine my data.
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Old Today, 06:18 PM
 
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Not REALLY rich, but more like upper middle class:

Stay at very nice B&B's while on vacation (average about $300/night), and we buy at least a dozen bottles of wine a year that cost over $50 each, retail, for our personal enjoyment.
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Old Today, 06:44 PM
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Take multiple baths per day

Pay $39.95 mo. for Hydro-Eye vitamins from the optometrists office for dry eye. Works GREAT!

Buy expensive quality bed mattresses every decade

Snow skiing (is that a rich persons sport?) via the Ski club 3-4x a yr. It's only $20 for 4 hrs of night skiing

Eat out 2-3x a week at a Vegan restaurant/stand. Spend about $36 with 20% tip (not bad)

Otherwise we do nothing rich people do.

I don't like rich people!
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