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What are you willing to spend decent money on?

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    What objects are you happy to spend a fair amount of money on?

    For me, it's a brown leather wallet. I could easily spend £35 - £50 on a nice leather wallet.

    Also, watches! If I had the money, remembering I'm 14, I would spend hundreds on a nice watch!

    What floats your boat?
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    I have an Emma Willis shirt.

    Never again.
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    Camera gear. There is a limit ... but it's quite high, and I prefer to spend more to buy one good item than faff around for ages trying out loads of cheaper items before ultimately ending up with this item anyway.
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    Nice guitars! They are so shiny and tempting.
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    ****ing petrol!! it's extortion
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    My gym membership..... it's worth every £ and at least the place isn't overrun with chavs.
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    a girl

    weed

    drums

    re-investment into my business

    dick maker bigger pills
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    Guitars/amps.
    CDs (don't pay much for each one, rarely more than £13, but I get quite a few where I can)
    Whisky (Most expensive bottle I currently have is £35 at full price, but got it for £25...as a student that is A LOT for alcohol )
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    Earphones - it makes such a big difference.

    (Mind you, I'm talking about £70-£80, not hundreds...)
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    Earphones - it makes such a big difference.

    (Mind you, I'm talking about £70-£80, not hundreds...)
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    I'm willing to spend money on petrol I guess,

    Some computer programs. On the 9th I'm going to be shelling out money on the next iteration of Modo, Modo 601 from Luxology.
    I love that company, and that 3D program is simply amazing, so that is £250 down for the upgrade right there.
    I think they deserve the money though, and I'll certainly use it.

    I'll spend around £20 on a shirt or something if need be, and £50 on a good pair of jeans but I can't clothes shop to save my life even though I need to.
    I don't have the fashion sense.

    If I had the money I would spend more money on music equipment, i.e speakers, a good workstation keyboard, etc.

    I would spend £100 or so on a good pair of headphones, and I'm not talking Beats, or similar.
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    Food.

    I'd rather spend my money on high quality, fresh, wholesome food that'll make me feel happier, more refreshed and alive than any possession ever could.
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    (Original post by Manitude)
    Guitars/amps.
    CDs (don't pay much for each one, rarely more than £13, but I get quite a few where I can)
    Whisky (Most expensive bottle I currently have is £35 at full price, but got it for £25...as a student that is A LOT for alcohol )
    Aye, guitars and amps are worth investing some money in for sure.
    I bought a very expensive CD once -- had it shipped from Japan because I couldn't get it over here. Worth it? Hell yes.
    Whisky is excellent, but no one else wants to drink it.
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    Earphones - it makes such a big difference.

    (Mind you, I'm talking about £70-£80, not hundreds...)
    Indeed! I've spent a lot of money on my headphone setup at home. Most people don't understand it, which is how I came to the conclusion that most people are deaf.

    Currently using a pair of (modded) Alessandro MS1.
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    charity/helping others
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    I might splash out occasionally when I'm buying new clothes, perhaps for a new suit or whatever. Or if there's a hot new game that's just come out, then I usually have to buy it.
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    Tickets for events, clothes sometimes.
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    Bit of a health freak, so definitely good food for me.

    And holidays. They form priceless memories
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    Shoes. Always the shoes.


    Shoes give me a confidence that I don't get from anything else, they literally let me put my best foot forward.
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    (Original post by JordanR)
    Aye, guitars and amps are worth investing some money in for sure.
    I bought a very expensive CD once -- had it shipped from Japan because I couldn't get it over here. Worth it? Hell yes.
    Whisky is excellent, but no one else wants to drink it.
    I wouldn't complain about that: more for me

    As it happens the guy who lives above me likes whisky and over the summer when he was in Japan bought some very expensive Yamazaki/Hibiki (the next step down from the ones which have consistently won best single malt/blended awards)
    I share my scotch with him from time to time. The Japanese whiskies are pretty disappointing imo. If you've not tried it yet, I thoroughly recommend Glenlivet 12 year (and older...the 18 year version is very good)
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    A degree
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    kindle/kobo

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