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They're a slimmer fit through the leg.
A friend was telling me that he shared everything with his wife... except the secret "party card" that he rang up $8000 on just before his mortgage was set to renew...
Typing the preamble to the question must have felt pretty great, though. The answer was built in- we don't make much money... but we're buying lots of shit! Either that, or he was trying to humblebrag his way into saying that his family income is only like $200 000. People look at us like we're irresponsible, they just don't understand! On the road nobody gives a shit what you drive, so you really need to find other avenues for personal vindication. There are right ways...
IDef prefer the new cut to the old. Interior details are nicer as well.
Go into as much debt as you can. And buy a lot of depreciating goods early in your careers. It's win-win bro, fuck the haters.
I'd kill a homeless guy to have this in a 38-40.
We make roughly the same amount, so not much of this has really ever been an issue. We've been together since before university so it's all happened pretty naturally. We keep separate accounts and a joint savings/investment portfolio that we both contribute to. Luckily we're poor and don't do/have fancy things so the issue of spending is never really something that comes up. If we had different goals/tastes the relationship would have ended long ago.
I'm impressed with the Folonari's Valpolicella. I picked up a case last year and it's a nice go-to. The local BCL has been loading up on 2006 Monasterio de las Vinas Reserve. It's a Garnacha, Tempranillo, and Carinena blend that knocks your socks off. Really nice on it's own or with food.
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