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jlm11f's avatar

food. i love eating out in restaurants (also fast food – but very few places). It becomes quite an expensive affair assuming the average dish is 11–13$ and then the tip. But since i don’t spend tons of money on things like makeup and clothes (like my friends do), i think it evens out…hopefully.

mghb's avatar

Things for my home and family. However I do have a weakness for office supplies and purses.

babygalll's avatar

Make-up, perfume, watches, jewelrey and purses.

2late2be's avatar

We go to the mall almost every weekend, we spend like 100–130 in there, clothes and stuff for us and the baby, we go to walmart and spend 200 in those things to make food, I dont know how to say it, I’m learning English, and rent, bills, you know… And you?

wildflower's avatar

Shoes and petrol (gas).

jlm11f's avatar

oooh i don’t know how i could possibly have forgotten to mention gas…especially with the prices these days…

2late2be's avatar

oh yeah, and gas!!

ebenezer's avatar

booze and cigarettes. And music.

jrpowell's avatar

What ebenezer said. Except I steal music.

El_Cadejo's avatar

Gas—_—and Weed ^__^

ebenezer's avatar

johnpowell- ah, more money for booze then, brilliant!

lovelyy's avatar

Food, smokes, clothes, renting movies, cell phone bill, ect…

8lightminutesaway's avatar

food, computer parts, girlfriend, other friends, family. Oh, and this notorious crack habit I can’t seem to kick.

wizard's avatar

Stuff that smells good

ckinyc's avatar

NYC rent! NYC cigs!! Etc…

Trustinglife's avatar

I don’t spend all that much $ relatively… but this question made me realize I paid for gas, car insurance, and a speeding ticket in one day!

Skyrail's avatar

Music, I spend a lot on music, way too much haha, besides that I tend to save and buy something a little bigger (iPod, 400D, new computer etc.) smaller things tend to be the odd book which although it’s the odd book they’re not cheap (programming books, £25+)

naina's avatar

t-shirts from designbyhumans
graphic design books

shrubbery's avatar

Deposits for my month long trip to India at the end of the year.

wildflower's avatar

That website is too cool!! Thanks for sharing! :)

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sarbee's avatar

i spend a lot of money at nordstrom and target

seVen's avatar

gas, music, gas, music, gas again, music again :)

buster's avatar

beer , weed, cigs, rent,

babiturtle36's avatar

car note, insurance , gas. 475+125+210= way too much now that I think about it. Jeesh.

ninjaxmarc's avatar

My car

Car parts, maintainence, insurance and currently gas which has been burning a big hole in my pocket.

phoenyx's avatar

I’m curious where you all live. I thought rent/mortgage would be at the top of everyone’s list.

babiturtle36's avatar

oh I’m in sugar land Tx, my boyfriend pays for the mortgage.

Skyrail's avatar

@phoenyx Uh. UK, we have no mortgage, the house comes as part as my dad’s job (he’s a minister) so when we sold the old house we paid it all off,

proclaimxlove's avatar

Clothes and going out with friends.

jnglejo's avatar

Food, rent, debts, my son and stuff on ebay.

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Miss_Lys's avatar

…....oh and shoes of course.

flameboi's avatar

very expensive clothes, music, the college bill which is huge, the car loan, restaurants, drinks, smokes, usual stuff

emt333's avatar

rent, gas, booze, and weed

sccrowell's avatar

I love clothes and electronic gadgets and tools…

JellyB's avatar

The single item we spend the biggest percentage of our money set aside for spending is – on food!

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