Affordable luxuries

I’ve always thought the two luxuries that have the highest return on investment are shoe shines and maids.

  • Shoe shine – it’s pretty much like getting a brand new pair of shoes for $8.
  • Maid – A $40 to $60 investment for the typical city apartment dweller. Even once per month significantly improves the quality of your life (especially if you have 30-days worth of socks and underwear…never do laundry again!)

4 Responses to “Affordable luxuries”

  1. 1 TeleportJobs June 19, 2006 at 4:48 pm

    Another affordable luxury – Nose hair clippers. Cheaper than small scissors at the corner liquor store but like a gatlin gun for your nose.

    – DS

  2. 2 El Flailey June 19, 2006 at 6:23 pm

    Direct flights.

    Stop fucking around in random airports. If you can’t get there in one shot find another airline or pay more. It’s never THAT big of a difference.

  3. 3 Anonymous June 19, 2006 at 6:25 pm

    ewwwww…. can you imagine having to wash pud’s dirty underwear? Hard way to make $20/hr….

  4. 4 Anonymous June 20, 2006 at 2:57 pm

    My affordable luxuries include — but are not limited to — extra virgin olive oil, basmati rice and Coca-Cola in real glass bottles (you have to go to the Mexican grocery store to get that — look for it while you’re getting the maid).

    And how is it that pud, of all people, should have a blog that accepts anonymous comments?

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