90% of people live the same lives. You think that because you bill $200 an hour instead of $50 you have "made something of yourself"? Nonsense. You were too much of a coward to live a real life, and you aren't any different from the waitress schlepping for tips down at the diner.
Being poor doesn't indicate virtue, but being rich doesn't indicate intelligence.
What is certain, though, is that a true and real life will always cause revulsion and rejection by society. That is the price of individuality. If you're not willing to pay fine. But all your insults are the yapping of a little poodle sitting in a gangster's lap.
The mugger won't make off with much?
r2? it's a song, mary. mackelmore - thrift shop.
but i don't disagree with you.
What's awesome is that I also have a debit card and the ATM is just around the corner.
a piece of steak and a bottle of wine...
a movie and small popcorn,
two fine joints,
new CD or DVD
two bouquets of tulips
eggs, bacon, bread and salsa enough for four days
a good buzz cut
bottle of whiskey
tons of candy......
I agree with R2. Very well put, too! Punchy!
Damn, that's a cold ass honkey!
Nice, R6, dare I try for more?:
art or craft materials for a new project (keeping on a tight budget is part of the fun in creating something fabulous for cheap)
playing tourist by taking a free ferry ride, window shopping and enjoying a glass of wine and a small snack at an outdoor cafe in a town near my place
going to the annual garage sale held at my parents' townhouse complex and making myself spend the $20 on something I'd actually use even if I'd have to fix it up to go with my decor
buying the finest ingredients to make to die for, high quality chocolate chip cookies then sharing them with a friend
donating the $20 to a good cause like a kitty shelter or to a homeless person because they always get ragged on so much
starting a savings fund just for myself so I can eventually use it for something big if I want to (even $20 a month is $1,200 in 5 years)
buying a new beach towel
having a Sunday afternoon movie marathon with 4 pay for views and making my own popcorn
making my own jam or pickles
buying a cool piece of costume jewelry
trying that pinot griggio I wanted but haven't because it seems too expensive
starting a gardening project
getting a new crib board
buying flowers for the kind neighbor lady (not a Gladys Kravitz type) who's sick with a bad cold
buying nice dog dishes for my dad who's two little dogs eat out of well-worn plastic margarine containers (oh the humanity!)
I love r6 and r9.
should be "whose"
Using the $20 to light my cigar and blow smoke in R9's pompous face.
Damn, I also love r12, along with r6 and r9.
Buying $20 worth of hummus at Whole Foods, then chucking it in a filthy dumpster so I can watch R6 climb in after it.
Just 18 more of those bills I can afford a decent seat at the next Madonna concert.
Or I can use that $20, and get 4 front row tickets to see GaGa.
That's just silly r14.
All hummus belongs in a dumpster.
Do you want some better idea of how to spend $20 at Whole Foods? Give it to their employees or buy a free range chicken.
You sure do know a lot about dumpsters though.
Sorry to offend you by being inventive.
It's the perfect amount to buy a Popeye's ten piece meal. I have three little relatives who eat as much as football players.
[quote]Do you want some better idea of how to spend $20 at Whole Foods? Give it to their employees or buy a free range chicken.
So it can spend the rest of its life farting out eggs all over the floors of their studio apartments? I think not.
No one has said 'renew my Datalounge subscription'. Huh.