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Roundup: $1000 bagels and $25000 chocolate sundaes

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How about a $100 bagel at the Westin Hotel in Times Square? Or a $25,000 chocolate sundae called the Frrozen Haute Chocolate at Serendipity 3? Yeah… that’s pretty ridiculous huh? I guess if you would even consider getting a chocolate sundae worth as much as a good car, you probably don’t care about the price. It’s it amazing how much excess there is in the world?

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2 Responses to “Roundup: $1000 bagels and $25000 chocolate sundaes”

  1. MoneyNing says:

    $100 bagel is nothing if a sundae cost $25,000 so everything is just relative. $25,000 might be a lot of money for us (like you said, we can buy a car) but people who buy $25,000 sundaes definitely do not buy $25,000 cars. People that wealthy buy $1 million dollar cars.

    If I really like the $25,000 sundae and I can very comfortably afford it, does it really matter?

  2. Jimmy says:

    Sorry, that $25K is my lifetime supply of Ben & Jerry’s and Haggen & Das, as well as, Stone Mt Creamery and any other dessert place you can think of.

    Nope, $25K, even for a rich person, can be better spent on a private charter flight or some other unusual life experience, not ice cream.

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