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I also gave the Latin Address for my class. It was a proud moment.

You live in South America?
post #137 of 149
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Originally Posted by OinkBoink View Post

Somebody in this thread mentioned spending $50,000 on clothes...

And someone on a car forum owns a Murcielago. Most don't. Someone on an audio forum spent $50,000 on a stereo. Most didn't.

Someone here spent $3,000 on a pair of bespoke shoes - does that mean that I must have too?

How many ways can we point out to you that you are picking isolated cases and incorrectly inferring they are representative of the norm?
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And someone on a car forum owns a Murcielago. Most don't. Someone on an audio forum spent $50,000 on a stereo. Most didn't.
Someone here spent $3,000 on a pair of bespoke shoes - does that mean that I must have too?
How many ways can we point out to you that you are picking isolated cases and incorrectly inferring they are representative of the norm?



I never *inferred* that's the norm. I *asked* if that was the norm because it *seems* to be that standard. That is why I *asked*. Man, you're prissy.

 

post #139 of 149
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Because based on the clothing suggestions offered here, I would assume it is in excess of $5 million. Anything less would be embarrassing.



I bet you thought Kenneth Cole was "it".

post #140 of 149
I just discovered my neighbors are poor. eh.gif -- I am "median" for the United States.
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I think it's the opposite. the ones posting a lot have high incomes, and free time to spare on things they like, not behind a desk putting in their 100 hour weeks. Most students come on this site, and post as their first thread : Help advice needed. Hi I'm a student and I need an interview/graduation/etc suit in a price range of $xxx. or How does this fit. They get advice and then disappear probably getting into the workforce and working long hours and going out to bars.


+1

post #142 of 149
My neighbors are more poor than me but 2 blocks west they are more rich than me.

that doesn't even make sense....I wouldn't want to live 2 blocks west of me (although my friend who lives 2 blocks west of me is a derivatives trader and the woman who lives above me is a nurse...)
post #143 of 149
If I had to guess I am probably the poorest person who lives in my building. Then again I am clearly the youngest person in my building as well. That has gotta count for something, right?
post #144 of 149
also, the people who live 2 blocks east of me are mermaids

they are probably loaded right? I can't tell for sure since they didn't fill out their census
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Never underestimate the mermaid money.
post #146 of 149
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Never underestimate the mermaid money.

It only makes sense that they have a lot of clams.
post #147 of 149
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I never *inferred* that's the norm. I *asked* if that was the norm because it *seems* to be that standard. That is why I *asked*. Man, you're prissy.

And I quote:
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Because based on the clothing suggestions offered here, I would assume it is in excess of $5 million. Anything less would be embarrassing.
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But it seems like $2,000 suits are regarded as commoners' wear here.
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Because when you consider the ratios between a Ferrari and a "normal" car and the ratio between clothes which, to me at least, appears to be a basic standard on Styleforum, it seems to be on par with that.

ffffuuuu.gif

I give up.
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Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post

You live in South America?

You know it, teh Forbidden Dance?
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It only makes sense that they have a lot of clams.

Mermaids are the reason that I don't eat canned tuna.
post #149 of 149
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You do realize that we are now a subsidiary of the University of Phoenix, right?
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