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How would you spend $1000?


We all have a money profile, no matter how much we earn or what stage of life we’re in. But various factors will help shape it, such as whether you have a family or you’re young and have money to burn. As Man of Many discovered, they all have experienced the feeling of having room in the budget to spend their money how they please. If you’ve ever spent a little bit too much on something and had to try and justify the expense to your friends and family, you might find some truth in the video below.

Video Transcript

Question:

How would you spend $1000?

Answers:

"Save the money."
"Expensive chocolate."
"My wife would spend it."
"Definitely a trip to Berlin, go straight to a techno club and get completely lost."
"Pay off my student fees."
"Fly to New Zealand."
"Try and go on vacation somewhere."

Question:

Weirdest thing you’ve ever bought?

Answers:

"A 1961 EK Holden Special."
"A shark costume."
"Caramel kale - it was disgusting, I recommend no one buy it."
"A five-person tied together head stocking. I'd show you pictures, but you probably don't want to see what it looks like."
"A Tina Fey and Amy Poehler action figure set – it’s really dumb, really dumb."

Question:

What would you buy with your last $20?

Answers:

"A 1961 EK Holden Special."
"A shark costume."
"Caramel kale - it was disgusting, I recommend no one buy it."
"A five-person tied together head stocking. I'd show you pictures, but you probably don't want to see what it looks like."
"A Tina Fey and Amy Poehler action figure set – it’s really dumb, really dumb."

Question:

Guilty spending habits?

Answers:

"Yeah, craft beer."
"Craft beer, I love craft beer."
"I once spent 120 bucks on one bottle."
"Mecca Cosmetica."
"Peanut butter toast every morning."
"Buying a few plants."
"None."
"I would probably just say like coffee."
"I’ve got thirty-six pairs of Cowboy boots."
"Food. But I've been really good lately I've been saving heaps."

Question:

What’s your next big purchase?

Answers:

"Definitely a house."
"I just bought a laptop."
"Probably a big trip."
"Fur coat of some kind."
"Probably a house."
"A dryer."
"Probably another trip."
"I’d like to buy a house."
"A house."
"Return flights to Johannesburg."
"Probably avocado on toast, or a house, it's one or the other in Sydney."

Question:

Do you consider yourself good at saving money?

Answers:

"Yes."
"Yes, I do."
"I used to be better."
"Probably not."
"No way."
"Yes."
"No terrible."
"No, I'm horrible, I haven’t had any savings for like two years."
"No, not even remotely good at saving money."
"Yes, I do."
"I would say so, but I probably could be better."

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