Ever heard of 'Too much money and too little worth'? These 18 things epitomize this phrase!
1. iPhone X
It's costs as much as an international trip and doesn't give you anything that some other smartphone can't!
2. Food at movie theaters
Firstly, the food tastes horrible. And ₹175 for a basic sandwich? No, thank you!
3. Big-fat Indian weddings
Spending crores on a single day makes no sense. Why shell out so much money on people you don't even know that well? Rather use it for a fancy-ass honeymoon instead!
4. Buying 100 flowers for someone
All that prettiness will go back in a few days anyway. Gift something long-lasting, maybe?
5. Fancy cars and bikes for Indian roads
They are supposed to be fast but traffic in India will never let that happen. Not to forget the zillion potholes everywhere!
6. BSNL broadband
Pehele instemal karein phir vishwas karein.
7. Weight loss /gain products
Nothing happens by using these products. EVER!
8. Fairness creams
Firstly, they do not work. And secondly, there's NOTHING wrong with skin that isn't fair!
9. Flight food
It is expensive, bland and so not worth it!
10. Half-shell helmets
They can not protect you from head injuries and don't look stylish either.
11. Starbucks coffee
How long before you realise that the tag of Starbucks alone doesn't make a coffee worth 500 worth it?
12. Expensive wedding trousseau
Going for a ridiculously-expensive lehenga that you'll never, ever wear after your wedding doesn't make much sense.
13. Fancy gift wrapping
People will eventually destroy it anyway, right?
14. Abstract art
Do you even know anyone who ACTUALLY understands these?
15. Designer baby clothes
Considering babies outgrow those clothes in no time, how do these make any sense?
Why spend so much money on something that'll not even last for a minute? Not to forget all the pollution these cause.
17. Precious stones and metals for luck
No matter how many rings and chains you wear, what matters in the end is nothing but hard work.
18. Alcohol and cigarettes
Health is wealth, my friend!
Source - Scoop Whoop
by Arushi Lohia