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I have an expensive taste for food... my mum often buys stuff from the brand 'Tesco Everyday Value' and I'm just like "Whhhyyyyyy???". And my dad worships Aldi...
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I say it could be a good thing if it means you can tell quality. If you're just a sucker for brands, then no.
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Asdas cheap
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But the staff there treated me less than they could have done. :unimpressed:

Osły go there now for their strawberry tarts in the bakery section. :coma:
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Tescos food are alrite don't judge a book by its cover lol
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It may just be that one branch, tescos annoys me like they make their workers dress smart like dude you're working at tescos not the bloody airport
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Same lol just bought food from marks and Spencer's food is fantastic, Tescos way better then Iceland n Aldi is good if your on a budget
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I have an expensive taste for food... my mum often buys stuff from the brand 'Tesco Everyday Value' and I'm just like "Whhhyyyyyy???". And my dad worships Aldi...
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Like true religion jeans cost like £300 but fully worth it great quality style and fit etc
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I say it could be a good thing if it means you can tell quality. If you're just a sucker for brands, then no.
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Of course - as long as you can afford it. Lefties will tell you that it's "classist" to enjoy anything that costs more than a dime but they're talking rubbish as usual.
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I don't think it is a good or a bad thing.

I get that expensive items are often better quality but they don't really do anything for me. I was given an expensive watch and while it is a nice watch, so what? It doesn't make me any happier.

But expensive items do make some people happy. If they make you happy and you have the money, then good for you. You should do what makes you happy. It is not a bad thing.

Everyone has different preferences. I think my wife is wasting her money when she spends £100 on make up and she thinks I'm wasting money when I spend £100 on a night out.
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(Original post by struggler07)
Tescos food are alrite don't judge a book by its cover lol
Na i hate tescos lol
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Yeah your right if you got the money nothing is to express endive, etc if you got like £10k £1k jacket is cheap to you
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Of course - as long as you can afford it. Lefties will tell you that it's "classist" to enjoy anything that costs more than a dime but they're talking rubbish as usual.
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Your right do or buy whatever makes you happy and feel good
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I don't think it is a good or a bad thing.

I get that expensive items are often better quality but they don't really do anything for me. I was given an expensive watch and while it is a nice watch, so what? It doesn't make me any happier.

But expensive items do make some people happy. If they make you happy and you have the money, then good for you. You should do what makes you happy. It is not a bad thing.

Everyone has different preferences. I think my wife is wasting her money when she spends £100 on make up and she thinks I'm wasting money when I spend £100 on a night out.
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Lol what about lidl
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Na i hate tescos lol
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(Original post by jessyjellytot14)
I have an expensive taste for food... my mum often buys stuff from the brand 'Tesco Everyday Value' and I'm just like "Whhhyyyyyy???". And my dad worships Aldi...
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(Original post by struggler07)
If you like buying expensive clothes, foods watches etc
If you can afford expensive things, then why not.
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I have a bit of a expensive taste, I think as long as you are not stupid with it, it is ok.

And while some more expensive things may be better quality like shoes or clothes many expensive things are just ripoffs.


But I do enjoy buying Expensive things, I bought a watch about a year ago for a lot of money and I dont regret it. nor do I my shoes and boots that i bought about a month ago. or my computer.

I mean when i went to prom my whole outfit was £1600 over all.

I Am also planning when i turn 21 or I stop growing to get a suit from
Savile row.
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Is that a Greek pizza? Those olives though... *drools*.
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Yeah trust I buy decent watches just incaseI get robbed etc spending £1.6k on a prom attire is a lot I rarely use computers etc
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I have a bit of a expensive taste, I think as long as you are not stupid with it, it is ok.

And while some more expensive things may be better quality like shoes or clothes many expensive things are just ripoffs.


But I do enjoy buying Expensive things, I bought a watch about a year ago for a lot of money and I dont regret it. nor do I my shoes and boots that i bought about a month ago. or my computer.

I mean when i went to prom my whole outfit was £1600 over all.

I Am also planning when i turn 21 or I stop growing to get a suit from
Savile row.
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True but you gotta maintain your money
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If you can afford expensive things, then why not.
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It was the works pizza from papa johns was penggggggg loved everything
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Is that a Greek pizza? Those olives though... *drools*.
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You'd be surprised theres plebs out there that can't tell a Patek Philipe from a Rolex.
consider the pleb who asked if my Rolex DJ2 was an Armani
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