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Magnus's avatar

What's your biggest outcome?

Asked by Magnus (2852 points ) June 25th, 2008

Not considering house-rent, debt payment, gas, taxes and all that boring stuff.

Mine I think is music.

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robmandu's avatar

My biggest personal outgo is to: triathlon and coffee.

Huh. Never thought about it that way.

Wine3213's avatar

Mine is professional studio time, and music.

cage's avatar

Mine used to be my xbox 360. then it broke a few days ago :) / :( lol

beast's avatar

Software for my Mac.

jlm11f's avatar

I honestly don’t understand the question. By “biggest outcome”, do you mean the thing you spend the most time on?

elchoopanebre's avatar

As of late it’s my new bike and everything related to it.
Also, random stuff I buy on Amazon that I probably don’t need.

Babo's avatar

Babo doesn’t get this question!

Magnus's avatar

I mean outcome as in money, pardon my english since it’s not native but I put “money” as a topic so I thought it was self-implying.

Trustinglife's avatar

Another way of saying “outcome” (or “outgo” as Robmandu cleverly said and linked to), is… Expenses!

vectorul's avatar

Music equipment and my Jeep.

jlm11f's avatar

ahh no its my fault. i forgot to look at the topics. my biggest expense is probably food, i like eating out in restaurants and close to that would be gadgets since i enjoy playing with new tech toys. for other answers you might want to check out this previous question

waterskier2007's avatar

music, or starbucks

soundedfury's avatar

This month? Some girl.

PupnTaco's avatar

Mortgage.

waterskier2007's avatar

@soundedfury, isnt that what it always is, thats how i feel

Knotmyday's avatar

Trollops and whiskey.

waterskier2007's avatar

@pupntaco, wouldnt mortgage fall under house-rent, and therefore wouldnt be part of this

PupnTaco's avatar

In that case, if he’s asking about expendable-income expenses, I have none at the moment. Just bills.

waterskier2007's avatar

yeah i think it was supposed to be discretionary expenses, which is why he listed the mandatory items

marinelife's avatar

You’ll all be here one day. Mine is prescription drugs!

@Magnus Outcome is not used in English as the opposite of income. Wacky language that English is. It has a different meaning (per Meeriam Webster): \ˈau̇t-ˌkəm\
Function: noun
Date: 1788
Definition: something that follows as a result or consequence <a surprising outcome> <patient outcomes of bypass surgery>

Now, please give me a lesson in your native tongue.

tinyfaery's avatar

Its definitely pet supplies. But since that is a necessity (I have to feed my kids) I’d say music and electronics. I just bought a wii, and boy are my arms tired.

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