Money is hard. Take it from someone who has at least thirty plants but no food in my pantry, and twenty-two pairs of jeans but "can't afford the doctor's appointment co-pay." On the bright side, my avocado plant should be producing fruit in the year 2035!!!! Apparently I'm not the only schmuck out there who's really bad with money. Because someone recently asked Reddit, "What stupid thing did you spend tons of money on?" Before you judge, you've probably spent/wasted your money on at least half these things. Hold on to your credit cards!
Encyclopedias. The lady was just so convincing and my husband swore I’d use them for my classroom. Maybe used them once in a year. Bye $500
Edit: I bought them last summer. I grew up using encyclopedias but I bought a set of Ask Me’s last summer from a girl from Europe 😂