LPT: Just because you can afford to buy something doesn’t mean you can afford to maintain it.

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Pets… People don’t understand how much it cost to keep your pet healthy instead of just a toy to toss when ready..


Sorry I can’t hear you over the sound of my Lambo’s worn brake discs


My wife is from a small town in west Texas. We live in Houston. Every time we take the 6-7 hour drive to her home town, we try to count the broken down jet skis in people’s yards (mostly run down trailers) that are just sitting in the lawn. Not to mention, these houses are usually no where near a lake, pond, or river. Water is scarce out there and there are sooooo many jet skis lol.


My buddy almost just bought a Phaeton from the VW dealership, the manager actually had a speech that he gives everyone who wants to buy one and talked him out of it