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Anaconda, Ass, and Bailey Jay: 00 19:15 thewitchdoctor The Economist # L-Follow The TheEconomist Why aren't millennials buying diamonds? econ.st/294G6yf combatbooty 1) they expensive bruh 2) none of us kno the dif btwn a fucking diamond and some fancy ass glass ur capitalist rock hierarchy has no control over us kid-communism 3) mostly mined with slave labor 4 00 . 19:15 mostly mined with slave labor everkings 4) we get excited when our date buys us an appetizer, we don't even comprehend people buying us rocks that would force us into debt for ten years μ „ wildhaunt 5) They aren't actually that rare and the price is artificially inflated ariaste Pro tip from a former Jared's salesperson: You want a sparkly white rock that will look like a diamond to the untrained eye and will literally cost the price of a nice dinner for two? Created white sapphire. They're lab grown and cost *pennies* to make, so you can get a 1 or 2 carat white sapphire for like... $30-80 probably You can get one as huge as you like, perfectly clear, perfectly flawless. And no one will ever be able to tel the difference except a professional appraiser. Also, sapphires are the second-hardest gemstone (right after diamonds) so they are very durable! Very unlikely that they'll chip or crack. Get that bitch set in sterling silver and you are GOOD TO GO. Whole thing should cost you less than $200 unless you get a fancy band with a lot 4 00 . 19:15 unless you get a fancy band with a lot ess than of extra stones. Of course, created sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, so if you want something more exciting than plain white, you TOTALLY CAN Created sapphires and silver: The poor Millennial's engagement ring everythingcanadian THANK YOU EX-JARED'S BASED GOD dxisybuchanan engagement rings: HACKED stynalane Get a ring from an antique store. They're usually less than $100, you know they hold up over time, no one else will have one like it, and it comes with the bonus of being haunted by the spirit of some old woman named Edith probably phruxx thanks edith Fuente: thewitchdoctor 581,276 notas 4 Now I'll have more money for my avocado toast.
Anaconda, Ass, and Bailey Jay: 00
 19:15
 thewitchdoctor
 The Economist
 #
 L-Follow
 The
 TheEconomist
 Why aren't millennials buying diamonds?
 econ.st/294G6yf
 combatbooty
 1) they expensive bruh 2) none of us kno the dif btwn a
 fucking diamond and some fancy ass glass ur capitalist
 rock hierarchy has no control over us
 kid-communism
 3) mostly mined with slave labor
 4

 00
 . 19:15
 mostly mined with slave labor
 everkings
 4) we get excited when our date buys us an appetizer,
 we don't even comprehend people buying us rocks that
 would force us into debt for ten years
 μ „ wildhaunt
 5) They aren't actually that rare and the price is
 artificially inflated
 ariaste
 Pro tip from a former Jared's salesperson: You want a
 sparkly white rock that will look like a diamond to the
 untrained eye and will literally cost the price of a nice
 dinner for two? Created white sapphire. They're lab
 grown and cost *pennies* to make, so you can get a
 1 or 2 carat white sapphire for like... $30-80 probably
 You can get one as huge as you like, perfectly clear,
 perfectly flawless. And no one will ever be able to tel
 the difference except a professional appraiser. Also,
 sapphires are the second-hardest gemstone (right after
 diamonds) so they are very durable! Very unlikely that
 they'll chip or crack. Get that bitch set in sterling silver
 and you are GOOD TO GO. Whole thing should cost you
 less than $200 unless you get a fancy band with a lot
 4

 00
 . 19:15
 unless you get a fancy band with a lot
 ess than
 of extra stones. Of course, created sapphires come in
 every color of the rainbow, so if you want something
 more exciting than plain white, you TOTALLY CAN
 Created sapphires and silver: The poor Millennial's
 engagement ring
 everythingcanadian
 THANK YOU EX-JARED'S BASED GOD
 dxisybuchanan
 engagement rings: HACKED
 stynalane
 Get a ring from an antique store. They're usually less
 than $100, you know they hold up over time, no one
 else will have one like it, and it comes with the bonus of
 being haunted by the spirit of some old woman named
 Edith probably
 phruxx
 thanks edith
 Fuente: thewitchdoctor
 581,276 notas
 4
Now I'll have more money for my avocado toast.

Now I'll have more money for my avocado toast.

America, Clothes, and College: O4G19:39 pervocracy I wonder if one of the causes of animosity towards "entitled millennials" is that many millennials are poor people who look rich. Theres this growing class of people who wear nice clothes, have fancy new electronic gadgets, go out to eat nice food... and will never own a home or have a retirement fund or put a child through college. It's so easy to say "if you cut down on the avocado toast maybe you could save up", and so hard to accept that a house these days is fifty thousand avocado toasts, and thats why so many of us have just given up. We don't treat ourselves because we think the world will take care of us when we get older, we treat ourselves because we know it won't. Might as well feel and look good on the way down geobrarian think you're absolutely right. And what compounds this image is the fact that fancy new gadgets and nice looking clothes and elevated toast ARE all relatively cheap compared to how they look. The cost of things has gone way down while the price of property has skyrocketed. I can buy a full outfit, a phone case with an external charger embedded, and lunch at a local business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to 4619:39 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to my apartment because I can't afford a car payment or a mortgage. It's unintentional smoke and mirrors bogleech Older, better off people also have difficulty understanding the cell phone thing because they remember cell phones being a luxury for thousands of dollars practically yesterday in their personal timeline of the world. They often have sincerely no idea you can get at least a flip phone for $10 and pay as you go And foods that used to be "exotic dining" in America like sushi and pho and curry have normalized enough, especially in cities, to be as inexpensive as a typical quick Tunch kyraneko Yep. There's an aspect of frugality to turning your buying choices to what gets you the most bang for your buck, and now that you can have sushi for the price of McDonald's, buy a suit from the thrift store and have it tailored to you for less than the price of a new pain of jeans, and find smartphones for under a hundred dollars or even free with data plan, that is the sort of also like, half of the stuff is not only nolonger a luxery but its an actual necessity, if you dont have a computer it just became so much harder to apply for jobs, if you dont have a phone how are they going to contact you for the interview? Fuente: pervocracy 76,101 notas karlcat elliexer turnon me: the lives of all creatures have intrinsic value fly: buzz buzz me: Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.
America, Clothes, and College: O4G19:39
 pervocracy
 I wonder if one of the causes of animosity
 towards "entitled millennials" is that many millennials
 are poor people who look rich. Theres this growing
 class of people who wear nice clothes, have fancy new
 electronic gadgets, go out to eat nice food... and will
 never own a home or have a retirement fund or put a
 child through college.
 It's so easy to say "if you cut down on the avocado toast
 maybe you could save up", and so hard to accept that
 a house these days is fifty thousand avocado toasts,
 and thats why so many of us have just given up. We
 don't treat ourselves because we think the world will
 take care of us when we get older, we treat ourselves
 because we know it won't. Might as well feel and look
 good on the way down
 geobrarian
 think you're absolutely right. And what compounds
 this image is the fact that fancy new gadgets and nice
 looking clothes and elevated toast ARE all relatively
 cheap compared to how they look. The cost of things
 has gone way down while the price of property has
 skyrocketed. I can buy a full outfit, a phone case with
 an external charger embedded, and lunch at a local
 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to

 4619:39
 business for under $50 total, but then I'll walk home to
 my apartment because I can't afford a car payment or a
 mortgage.
 It's unintentional smoke and mirrors
 bogleech
 Older, better off people also have difficulty
 understanding the cell phone thing because they
 remember cell phones being a luxury for thousands of
 dollars practically yesterday in their personal timeline of
 the world. They often have sincerely no idea you can get
 at least a flip phone for $10 and pay as you go
 And foods that used to be "exotic dining" in America
 like sushi and pho and curry have normalized enough,
 especially in cities, to be as inexpensive as a typical
 quick Tunch
 kyraneko
 Yep. There's an aspect of frugality to turning your
 buying choices to what gets you the most bang for your
 buck, and now that you can have sushi for the price of
 McDonald's, buy a suit from the thrift store and have
 it tailored to you for less than the price of a new pain
 of jeans, and find smartphones for under a hundred
 dollars or even free with data plan, that is the sort of

 also like, half of the stuff is not only nolonger a luxery
 but its an actual necessity, if you dont have a computer
 it just became so much harder to apply for jobs, if you
 dont have a phone how are they going to contact you for
 the interview?
 Fuente: pervocracy
 76,101 notas
 karlcat
 elliexer
 turnon
 me: the lives of all creatures have intrinsic value
 fly: buzz buzz
 me:
Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.

Millennials kill the poverty stereotypes industry. Bonus meme at the end.