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What have you paid a lot money for and then immediately realised it was a terrible mistake/decision to buy it?

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Star Wars: The Old Republic :picard:

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BlackBerry

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Wasn't immediately..but..my house.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic :picard:

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Star Wars: The Old Republic :picard:

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I think we have different opinions of what "a lot of money" means.

$60 isn't a lot of money.

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It is for someone who has no promary income and doesn't get an allowance.

It took me 2 weeks to get that money.

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Star Wars: The Old Republic :picard:

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...............This dress...

Fell in love with it, and then I moved on right away.

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I bought a Windows Phone...Liked it for a little bit. Hated it for months. Paid 500 bucks for it, less then I year later I sold it for 40 bucks. Brutal.

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Pfff...You could have earned that in 3 minutes (2 if you're good) in a truck stop bathroom.

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My very first car, a Pontiac grand am, waste of time aswell.

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Tickets for game 7 SCF in Van. Took about 1 period to realize it wasn't going to be a good purchase.

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My very first car, a Pontiac grand am, waste of time aswell.

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I ordered a bunch of CDs from Finnish doom bands to get shipped to my dorm room, they never arrived, like 100$ worth of euros down the drain.

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'93 Pontiac Bonneville... felt like something was wrong with it every other week... guzzled gas like nothing - 70 bucks every 2 weeks at best...

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