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I have too much money. I love to spend money. What can I buy next?

spend moneyFrom an email from a Merjeo Reader:

I’m running out of things to buy.

I already bough a 14 karat gold watch for $7,000, a brand new BMW 328i xDrive for $44,000, a $5,000 gaming computer, a play station 4, and an xbox one. I have over 800 games.

I don’t know what else to waste my money on. I still live in an apartment, but that’s because I have no family. I stopped talking to my parents. I’m thinking about buying maybe a mansion. but I think that’s overkill to live all alone in. What else should I waste my money on? I donate a little bit, maybe a few times a year. but not much. I am a huge money saver. I always was. What should I buy next?

Merjeo’s response:

I have the perfect solution for you. The next thing you should buy is some time – with a psychiatrist. I think they charge about $750 for the initial consultation, plus $150 per hour. This will be cheaper and better for you than a $44,000 BMW that you probably will not want anymore after a few months. And who knows, he may cure you, because you have a problem. But don’t take my word for it. I’m not a psychiatrist, but I do have some friends who are.

If the money is still burning in your pocket, I have another suggestion. Give some of your money to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I can’t speak for you, but helping those kids make me feel much better than any material possession, such as a $7,000 gold watch that probably isn’t as good as a $30 Timex.

I can help you spend some money right now. Click on the image and give to St. Jude.

Stop being so damned material. Think about doing some good. Who knows? This may get you speaking to your parents again.

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