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The average adult in the USA spends $1,497 a month on nonessential items. All told, that's roughly $18,000 a year on things we can all do without.
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EKL 7 May 19
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god forbid regular people treat themselves to food
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Harold Brown 7 May 19
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Or get a haircut
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Er-eek! Atcheson's obligatory October-themed name 7 May 19
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Why does this graphic of "nonessential items" cover grooming and not, say, billionaires?
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Batman 7 May 19
We can't afford all of these damn bosses!
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jac 7 May 19
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$96 on rideshares seems preferable compared to driving drunk
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Erdal Erkilic 7 May 19
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Now, image if there was a picture next to this about what the top 10% of Americans "waste" money on Suddenly, this would be a very different image.
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Sarah‚ú®NerdyMind 8 May 19
honestly. rag on me for coffee and internet bills when people at red carpets spent 3x my annual salary on a single dress.
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