One always thinks what their life would be like if they had unlimited money. Here are 10 things people say they would indulge in if they had finance galore!
Though every individual is blessed with something, there is always an "if" in their lives. One is constantly under the impression that if one had more or less of something, they could have turned life around. While all of it may be true, the one thing people think more about is money and how unlimited access to it would make their lives so much different. Surely, if one had much finance to spare, they would engage in different spending habits, different lifestyles and more. u/waterheuhu called on individuals, asking them for the one thing they would regularly purchase if they had the luxury of unlimited money. With over 5k comments, people got their thinking caps on and shared the most dreamy things they would get a hold of.
I (27m) had my first legit professional private massage just a few months ago. I felt so good for the next 3 days, I can't believe it. I was chilled out, my back pain was gone. I wanted to go again, but it was very expensive, so I waited a while. -u/fyouthatswy. About ten years ago, a no-frills massage place opened up on my block. I got a massage there, $55/hr. I vowed to myself I’d make enough to afford it weekly. -u/DawsonMaestro4141.
Fresh flowers for the house. Something that doesn't get bought usually seems a waste but is always nice to have. -u/kiwimej. I came here to say not just fresh flowers but arranged flowers. I just place them in a vase. -u/ibeatyourdadatgalaga. With unlimited money, you could build a great greenhouse on your estate, and prune what you want to bring in daily. -u/jscarlet. It's money I wouldn't spend unless I have unlimited as it's a bit extravagant when I can do it myself or they die a week later. -u/kiwimej.
I'd secretly pay for other people's stuff to get them out of their financial binds. They'd never know it was me who paid off their outstanding bill or bought their groceries. -u/msphelps77. Man I can't wait for the day I can do that, hundreds sheesh I wish. -u/kingjoshh. This is my dream. To pay for a bunch of underprivileged kids' education. -u/ShrimpSherbet. Paying stuff for people who deserve it and paying others to make life for annoying people more annoying. After all, it's unlimited money. -u/_BlueFire_.
There's a cruise that lasts for like a year and it takes you around the coasts of every country, and it's like $60,000+ and I would happily board it and then what little time I'm on land? Visit family. I have unlimited money, I'm not gonna work, I'm gonna live. -u/signaturefox2013. This is part of my answer as well. I was thinking tour guides and personal security would be the biggest repeat purchases for me. -u/__po__
Healthy, good quality food. -u/NekoMao92. I think the word you were thinking about is Personal Chef. -u/jackedbacked. Exactly! Healthy food is expensive, so I'd splurge a bit more on the organic stuff and experiment with new stuff. I'd pay for a nutritional specialist to make my meals every day. -u/Argentine_Tango. I have a histamine intolerance, with lots of allergies/cross-reactive allergies. -u/julietlocke. I’d buy all my meat from the fancy butcher. -u/pinkpony4710. All the steaks! -u/ramoziurx7.
Personal chef, personal trainer and personal massage therapist! -u/jackedbacked Help. This could be physical help with staff and mental help with therapy. -u/aDisatractedDisaster And a personal assistant to manage bills, taxes, appointments, etc. -u/t0wn. Help around the house including maids, yard people, nannies, errand runners, etc. I loathe basic errands like picking up prescriptions or going to the post office. -u/ladytri277. I don't even know why. I just hate hate hate them. If I had the money to hire that staff out, it'd be awesome -u/meh1022
Skincare and hygiene products. -u/Alethiel7. I would love to have skin with no pores, but I have no money for the best products, so I get you. -u/misspoetflowerr. Yes, she probably meant facials or treatments to help unclog pores, which I would love as well. -u/ok-performance-2502. You can have skin without pores for free, but it'd probably be very expensive. -u/QuizzaciousZeitgeist. Yeah, which is why the unlimited money mentioned in the question would work for me. -u/misspoetflowerr.
Pecorino Romano. It's such a delicious alternative to parmesan cheese, and a little goes a long way, but with inflation, I only let myself get it a few times a year. It's a simple thing, I know, but it comforts me and brings back good memories of cooking with my dad and I miss not being able to have it more often. -u/nonsensical-response. I tried this cheese, then I changed my cheese-eating habits so I could keep eating this cheese. I eat much less cheese, but when I do I get the good stuff. I will never go back. -u/rustler_incorporated
Dental cleaning by professionals. I'd love to have my teeth professionally cleaned like every other day or something. It always feels so good and fresh. -u/justtobecontrary. I love having the hygienist floss my teeth-very therapeutic gum massage feeling. -u/placer128. In Italy, dentists aren't free for shit, unfortunately. Fixing a cavity costs about 100 euros. -u/Goldenscarab_7
I've always dreamed of being financially secure enough to buy snow tires for kids with jobs and moms without assistance. Kids with jobs are either burdened by family issues or hella ambitious. I was both. I ate too many snowbanks at 16. But $7 an hour wasn't buying snow tires either. -u/phoenix_soliel. Little things for people who need it. Christmas gifts for orphanages, free tank of gas for anyone's card that gets declined, paid tuition for random students without a car. -u/Si_more_nalgas