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All the monkeys up in this like to stack a bit of dough here and there.

Some save, others don't.

Let's here some "major regrets" or "best purchase" stories from all the wannabe baller shot-callers..

Any of the following?....

Russian > weird rash

Club > Kobe sighting > pretend you're in the same league > bottle > bankrupt

Range Rover > bouncin' on 24z

Bangkok > massage > gun touching forehead

I wanna get a feel for how everyone's rollin'

Comments (39)

  • cphbravo96's picture

    I know a guy that recently got a Nissan GT-R. Not sure if he regrets it, yet. LOL.

    Regards

    "The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant, it's just that they know so much that isn't so."
    - Ronald Reagan

  • In reply to IlliniProgrammer
    illiniPride's picture

    IlliniProgrammer wrote:
    Bought a 1-year-used Ford Mustang when I turned 16. Still under factory warranty. 0-60 in 5.7 seconds.

    Last time I ever splurged on anything.


    Scarred for life

    Leadership can be defined in two words: "Follow Me"

  • neilol's picture

    I bought a 135i after graduating college. Still pay the loan and I don't even keep the car with me in NYC. Drive it once every other week or so. I'm huge into cars, would do it again and don't consider selling it. Extra couple hundo a month is tempting though.

    I justify by telling myself I don't have any student loans..

  • happypantsmcgee's picture

    Spending hundreds of bucks on bottles is always fucking stupid.

    If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

  • Disincentivy's picture

    I paid an obscene amount of money to swim with sharks and there were no sharks around to swim with.
    3 years later, it still stings.

    I may not be on the Jedi Council, but I sure am great with the Force.

    See my WSO blog posts

  • TonyPerkis's picture

    Opened a nightclub called the Double Deuce...ended up spending more money than ever on my Cooler...but he did cut costs by firing a bunch of people

    I eat success for breakfast...with skim milk

  • In reply to kmzz
    cphbravo96's picture

    kmzz wrote:
    cphbravo96 wrote:
    I know a guy that recently got a Nissan GT-R. Not sure if he regrets it, yet. LOL.

    Regards


    assuming that person is a car person (and you probably are if you buy that car), i dont think there will be any regrets. like the guy w/ the cayman above ^

    Chances are he won't. However, his other options was the mod the car he already had, which was kind of what was decided at the time, then I get the email that said he caved, lol. He really wanted the GT-R and then decided to go another route and then the local dealership got one in and he went and looked at it and made a rash decision. Granted he contemplated most of the consequences prior but I'm just wondering if making the decision on the spot like he did will lead him to regret the purchase.

    Also, if bonuses aren't really good for him, that will make his decision harder to swallow, lol.

    Regards

    "The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they're ignorant, it's just that they know so much that isn't so."
    - Ronald Reagan

  • In reply to ginNtonic
    HFFBALLfan123's picture

    ginNtonic wrote:
    HFFBALLfan123 wrote:
    Bottles at a strip club in vegas, night cost me all my winnings from that day....

    Why are strip clubs like yuppie version of crack, we know it's bad for you and a complete waste of money, but it's so tough to turn down.

    Because, it is a quick, easy way to have girls pretend to be into you while showing you their tits...

  • Working9-5's picture

    CNBC sucks

    "This financial crisis is worse than a divorce. I've lost all my money, but the wife is still here." - Client after getting blown up