T'boo Ted wrote:
it depends... you can buy some flat screens for not a lot of cash these days, so just becasue someone had 5 flat screen tvs, doesn't mean they spent a lot of cash, they could just be morons who think having a "lot" of a cheap version of something good is somehow good...
of course I don't know what they had, maybe they spent mega bucks...
Being a bit prejudice here, but looking at her house, her and her snotty kid, she's never going to put a bargain basement TV in there, nothing from Tesco's lot. Definitely a keep up with the Jones's house, me I'm lucky if I can keep up with the Dwayne's
but I am happy with that
I was brought up in an old farmhouse with totally mismatched everything, the only thing my mum bought for the house that was expensive was really good quality and attractive wallpaper. If I had all the money I wanted I'd buy an old farmhouse and fill it with mismatched everything, a fantastic shed and every bike that everyone could ever want, and the tools to go with them, with the odd ribbon for the woman's touch
You can't buy happiness but you can buy a bike and that's pretty close
Sneaking in components behind hubbies back Shhhh!!!
1995 Marin Bear Valley SE
1988 Specialized Rockhopper Comp