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#1 - mudkipfucker (12/08/2013) [+] (12 replies)
#13 - mzdave (12/08/2013) [+] (4 replies)
if you post ad`s please blank out the capitalist`s name
or logo, if they want to target you, get the money first.
#14 to #13 - icekingg (12/09/2013) [-]
*****		, this is like the exact opposite of an ad.
***** , this is like the exact opposite of an ad.
#16 - infinitereaper ONLINE (12/09/2013) [-]
17 trillion and rising.
User avatar #39 - ruebezahl (12/09/2013) [-]
Or you can live far beyond your means, amass huge amounts of debt, file for bankruptcy... and then go to an Occupy Wall Street protest, complaining about how the banks stole your life.
#18 - fefe (12/09/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Not all people with credit card debt are irresponsible idiots buying toys. If these same people avoided debt by using public welfare services, you'd probably deride them for that, too.
User avatar #22 to #20 - feelythefeel (12/09/2013) [-]
What if you're a person who actually needs it? You know, the kind of people the system is designed for in the first place?
#15 - habanaro (12/09/2013) [+] (2 replies)
...Is a Louis Vuitton bag actually that expensive? I always thought they were like, 500$ and I still thought that was ridiculous.
Holy ******* **** , I'm really surprised about this and I shouldn't be
User avatar #63 - nthmetal (12/09/2013) [-]
Then boom steam sale out of nowhere.
User avatar #50 - wfddfw (12/09/2013) [+] (5 replies)
$3250 for shoes and you're not even ******* wearing them.
User avatar #51 to #50 - SayHello (12/09/2013) [-]
I think you might be missing the joke here?
User avatar #33 - pockyrin (12/09/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I only use a debit card online, it's still accepted everywhere. I live completely within my means. I didn't really learn to do it from the start but I lived with a friend that bullied me into which house we were going to be roomies in. And the rent was so expensive I remember going to the supermarket and just crying because I didn't have enough for food other than 12c noodles. And all he did was live on credit and buy branded food and take out the whole time. Best lesson to learn is to get the cheapest rent possible (as long as the place aint a ******** ) and just make it a nice home with all the money you save on rent. Much happier now.
User avatar #35 to #34 - pockyrin (12/09/2013) [-]
Oh well I solve that problem by being fearful of banks in general and only putting money on my card when I actually want to buy anything, I keep my savings at home. I know this might be bad for building up credit score and stuff like that but the banks completely went under in my country 2 years ago and had to be bailed out so I'm not scared for no reason.
User avatar #30 - tallzed (12/09/2013) [-]
Kinda relevant. Metallica-Master Of Puppets (Lyrics)
#48 - fefe (12/09/2013) [-]
£3250 for Jimmy Choos where the **** u buyin them
#44 - fefe (12/09/2013) [+] (3 replies)
wow very nice coming from a website of nerds who rushed out to buy a 400-500 system just to play video games. Just let people buy what they want and stop acting so pretentious about it
User avatar #40 - konradkurze (12/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
credit cards are ******** taking advantage of modern societies retarded 'must buy **** now" ideals....that means banks get to rob people through their own selfish personal greed
#37 - andreicos (12/09/2013) [-]
I think this is great, as it shows that you can be happy without having to buy overpriced stuff.
#28 - addmind (12/09/2013) [-]
mfw ive bought all those things L)
#27 - angelusprimus (12/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Little bit of debt is good, if you know you can pay entire amount at the end of the month and don't carry anything over.
I only use my credit card for small internet shopping and for car payments.
If you are completely debt free, your credit rating plummets. Because there is no record of your ability to pay off debt. Bad credit rating can **** you up in so many ways.
What my fiancee and I do is we started bunch of small bank accounts, and small amount of money goes to each of them at every paycheck. there is an account for new pc, trip this holidays, trip next summer, emergency fund etc. that way we don't have to go into any unplanned debt.
Sometimes it goes better then expected, for example we started saving for a new console 2 years ago, we found a good online deal this black friday and we bought both consoles.
but we are planing to buy a house, so having a good rating is very important, so not having any debt would be stupid.
#26 - fefe (12/09/2013) [-]
And sit there with nothing to do, no thanks,
User avatar #25 - xXneoXx (12/09/2013) [-]
I do not want to get a credit card for exactly this reason. I'd rather just save up and cleanly buy the things I want. Granted, a credit card is good for emergency situations. Heck, I just $1800 suspension for my car (smoke tires, not drugs kids) and I'm only 19. You just need to learn how to save up.
User avatar #24 - thegamerslife (12/09/2013) [-]
23, married, never had a credit card. I've borrowed a little over $1000 from a family member (on their credit, w/ 2% IR). I'm doing pretty well, I think.
Medical bills would have me in collections right now, if not for our local charity program through the catholic hospital. Which they will forgo now that the affordable health care act is being implemented... **** the gov.
User avatar #23 - DJKitty (12/09/2013) [+] (1 reply)
False, the new iPad air retails at 520$
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