Let’s say you have $90,000. Will you buy a car, an apartment, or go on a yacht trip around the world? For this money, an insect enthusiast from Japan bought a huge stag beetle for his collection. Some objects are able to amaze not only by their ingenuity or design but also with their ridiculously high price. Yes, we all understand “expensive” differently. However, there are many amazing things that cost even much more than we can imagine. We’re not talking about gold and diamonds here.
For example, in New Orleans, you can taste ice cream for the price of an apartment in New York. A serving costs almost $4 million! $250,000! That’s how much nail polish can cost. To make the lacquer truly luxurious, the creators added 267 carats of black diamonds to it. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the Giant Haskell Minnow lure! It was made from copper in 1853. That’s the first lure with a movable tail. In 2003, the thing was bought by a collector for more than $100,000. “Buy nice, or buy twice.” But does it always make sense to buy exceptionally expensive things, especially if their functions don’t differ from that of the cheap ones?
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