Guys more thrifty or spendthrift than ladies?

do u save or spend more?


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Zerstorer

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Ladies that I know tend to spend on small things, while guys that I know tend to spend on bigger ticket items.

Guys may scrounge on shirts and meals, but end up spending that on a new PC/Hifi component or DSLR.:devil:

It all works out to be the same actually.:)
 

GoclPa

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ladies.. buy lots of small things.. n i mean lots.. if there's a craze...man..

guys throw one lump sum at once.?
 

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Men will pay $1,000 for something worth $100 they need.

Women will pay $100 for something worth $1,000 they do not need.
 

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Guys buy 1 x $10 item not so frequently.

Gals buy 10 x $1 item frequently.
 

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Originally posted by urban
Men will pay $1,000 for something worth $100 they need.

Women will pay $100 for something worth $1,000 they do not need.
hahaha!!:D
 

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hey I am single, spending as will but do have some concerns in supporting my parents. Hate to say that: financially wish never picked up photography, maybe should go for something else in the future like drawing and reading.
 

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We can all spend at will regardless of whether we are single or not....... (maybe not for married men) but whether it's wise to do so is another story......
 

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Well girls can buy many things frequently and can still spend a lot on a stone and metal.

Guys tend to spend only when the TV, computer, camera is needed :bsmilie:

:p
 

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Just happen to receive the following today thru email...so thought it's an interesting perspective relevant to this topic. :D



think it depends on individuals...cannot one bamboo stick beat down one boat of pple.

if i m a gal who happens to also spend on cameras, that makes me ultra spendthrift? ;p
 

Zerstorer

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Originally posted by berryhappy

think it depends on individuals...cannot one bamboo stick beat down one boat of pple.

if i m a gal who happens to also spend on cameras, that makes me ultra spendthrift? ;p
It makes u lagi lagi jialat.....i.e high upkeep.:D

Maybe Nikonians.org might come out with a diamond studded special edition camera strap for your kind.:devil:
 

berryhappy

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Well....I will not need too much justification on the need to buy expensive high-end equipment. :)

I broke already. Some more diamond is stone (carbon?) only. ;p
 

Zerstorer

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Originally posted by berryhappy
I broke already. Some more diamond is stone (carbon?) only. ;p
Wow! I like your thinking!;) This lowers ur maintenance fee by quite a bit....heh, increases the appeal. ;P


Btw, gave your avatar a new perspective I see.:)
 

berryhappy

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I like my thinking too! then i can save some $$. ;)

yeah...if i get slammed a bit more, i will disappear altogether. hee. :D
 

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Originally posted by berryhappy
Well....I will not need too much justification on the need to buy expensive high-end equipment. :)

I broke already. Some more diamond is stone (carbon?) only. ;p
Remember, the diamond isotope of carbon is less stable than graphite. So after many many years, that diamond of yours will become a lump of black carbon. :)

Regards
CK
 

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