• "money cant buy happiness" is such a
baby boomer concept like.... I don't want
excessive wealth to buy a golf plated
toilet seat Karen, I just wish I wasn't
crying because I can't afford both
spaghetti and rent after working 40 hours
a week
Looking at the notes I guess y'all are poor
too huh
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    • Money can’t buy happiness but it can buy a jet ski. Never seen a mf frown on a jet ski. Just sayin
      baxpace 18 jun
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    • I did splurge on that golf plated toilet seat tho. I like the patterns the dimples leave on my buttcheeks.
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    • Money can’t buy happiness - but being broke can’t buy anything.
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    • When I was younger, I dreamed of being rich. Now i just want to be comfortable.
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    • You know a generation grew up in the best economy if they came up with that saying.
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    • That’s literally all I want. Is just being able to financially be stable without the government wanting to stick its hands into literally everything I do. Sell land? taxes. Buy land? Taxes. Purchase land? Taxes. Keep your land? Taxes. Have someone work on your land? Taxes. Have a house? More taxes
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    • The saying goes "Money cant buy happiness, but it can get rid of sadness"
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    • Yall being shitheads down here really dont know, or dont remember the struggle it is to start out nowadays when theres no openings that dont require a bunch of experience or a college degree. Its fuckin tough and people gotta vent once and a while. Dont piss on the people that are trying but need to
      Liamaster 18 jun
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    • That's like saying being less sad won't make you happy
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    • If I remember correctly, the happiest people are right around middle class. If you’re rich enough to buy anything you want, you eventually realize that nothing is fulfilling. If you’re middle class you still have things to work towards which you think will make you happy
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    • No one's going to talk about the golf plated toilet seat.
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    • Ok people saying we shouldn’t raise the minimum, just come on we should at least keep it in balance with inflation. Like in the 70’s you could live a comfortable life on minimum wage but today with that same amount of money you’ll go hungry or homeless.
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    • "Money cant buy happiness, but it's better to cry in your mercedes than on your bike"
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    • The full saying is money can’t buy happiness, but a lack of money will not make you happy
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    • People who say money can't bring you happiness have obviously never been poor, or had to actually work for what they have
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    • I rather cry in a Mercedes than my camry - Unknown
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    • I love golf plated toilet seats though. It’s a like a hole in one!
      WarHawk98 18 jun
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    • money = nintendo switch = happiness
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    • Doesn't matter what job you have, if you work 40+ hours a week, you should be able to pay all your bills.
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    • Too many people in this comment section don't understand what it's truly like to live in poverty. It humbles you, it shows that empathy and kindness should be the basis for your worldview, and that we should work together to help those who are less fortunate.
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    • Whoever came up with that phrase was either a rich person who wanted the poor to stay poor or a goddamn moron.
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    • Money can’t buy happiness... it can buy absence of most misery
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    • Stop being poor
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    • The only Boomers who say "Money can't buy happiness" are the ones who don't know where to shop! Btw-Boomer here! 😁💞
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    • Money buys drugs which gives me happiness
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    • Golf plated
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    • What’d KanYe say? “Havin’ money’s not everything, not having it is.”
      RabbiCrab 20 jun
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    • Money buys more comfortable misery. Sure, you'll still cry in your tub, but you'll cry in a heated, 7 foot jacuzzi with bubbles and rubber duckies.
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    • "golf plated"?
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    • I just want to live comfortably. I don't want to be rich, but I also don't want to be a slave and tbh I been in college for 2 years and it feels like im going nowhere but into debt...
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    • Too many here don’t understand that it’s the Federal Reserve and OPEC keeping us poor. Our dollar has lost its purchasing power because of inflation and being tied to oil in the Middle East.
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    • Money can’t buy happiness, but at least then you can afford therapy.
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    • I’m pretty sure a lot of us would be a bit happier if we weren’t under some sort of constant financial stress most of the time.
      ohfuckoff 18 jun
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    • The saying "money can't buy happiness" has been perverted to mean the opposite of it's original meaning: nowadays, it's used by the upper class to encourage the middle and lower classes to be complacent in their spot, becuase it's not like money will magically make them happier.
      Joehands 20 jun
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    • Money isn't everything when you have it, but is everything when you don't.
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    • It can buy you a boat tho
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    • According to Graham Stephen even after you acquire whatever wealth you consider is sufficient your brain will subconsciously create new problems that combat your everyday life. Humans as a whole, look for problems. As nothing is ever perfect and you'll never be fully happy.
      Stinkeroo 18 jun
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    • Grew up broke. Studied and worked hard my whole life. It sucked because for a bit I went to school in one of the richest neighborhoods in the country (nyc can vary greatly from block to block.) I’m not there yet but I see financial stability/ comfort coming up!
      willgnyc 18 jun
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    • As a wise man one said, "I'd rather cry in a Lamborghini than a Honda Civic"
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    • Ty Lopez said it best. You don’t want to be super rich, he was most comfortable when he had no debt and was making 100k a year. Yeah 100k a year is hard to reach but it’s more realistic than being a millionaire. The less financial things you have to deal with the happier you’ll be
      LilHogg 19 jun
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    • Well in general, the government fucks everything up. Not saying that to be controversial, it's just plain and simple. They only care about the class that has the most potential of becoming rich or is already rich, because they give way to the finer things in life... But if you are struggling 1/2
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    • Are people really that stupid that they forgot that Karren is only supposed to be used when describing a white middle-aged woman with a mom haircut/bob I guess? who wants to talk to a manager. Not any other use.
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    • The phrase “money can’t buy happiness” doesn’t mean that you don’t need money to survive and to not have a shitty life. It just means that true happiness comes from having a fulfilled life with a good family and friends. Not from money.
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    • Money would literally solve all my problems. Not one issue I have can’t be solved with money even my depression and anxiety which I use medical marijuana for.
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    • I go to bed a 7 pm so I don’t have to buy diner.
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    • Money can almost always buy you happiness in some form or another. Be it happiness through charity, or being able to fly somewhere to meet someone special, or maybe just using the money to make your wife and children fed and happy, money does a lot of things.
      TierWhore 18 jun
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    • Money can buy peace of mind
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    • "golf plated toilet seat"
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    • Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy me a boat
      KiloTango 20 jun
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    • I’d rather be crying in a Bentley you feel
      Macood 18 jun
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    • Money can't buy happiness, but it sure as shit buys survival
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    • I want a golf plated toilet seat so much!
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    • Imagine being so stupid to think money can’t buy happiness lol
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    • It is easier for a camel to make it through an eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to make it into Heaven
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    • It’s a lie even for their generation. Money CAN buy happiness. It’s just that not many people can afford it.
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    • But it can buy me a truck
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    • I would def say money buys happiness, if I had my own giant house, a nice car, and fancy stuff. I’d use it to get hot chix and cool friends which would give me fulfillment. The only thing money can’t buy is love, and even that is debatable.
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    • If I was rich I’d use all my money to become Batman, don’t care.
      Chaog 18 jun
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    • no amount of money will lead to fulfillment, if you read that and think i’m arguing that poor people should stay poor you are missing the point
      Scrubicle 18 jun
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    • In 4th grade I told my teacher “Are you telling me if you were filthy rich you wouldn’t be happy?” she was like tbh that sounds great
      TheSpoi 18 jun
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    • “Money doesn’t buy happiness” stfu I’d rather cry in a Lamborghini than on a bus
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    • Golf plated toilet seat
      Lead666 17 jun
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    • It smell like broke in here!
      TCGPanda 17 jun
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    • Golf plated
      Papa_Dave 18 jun
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    • The saying doesn’t mean that you should just “be happy being poor”
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    • Money buys you time. More time to enjoy yourself, not be on the grind constantly, to help those around you, and hopefully, find some happiness and contentment in life.
      TendoX 18 jun
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    • I would say the average millionaire is more happy then the average homeless person but hey what the hell do I know I’m no philosopher
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    • As crappy has my life has been up to this point, I am low key glad I aged out of foster care because they help me with my rent and bills and groceries and whatnot. I 100% could never afford that on my own
      JemoDemo 19 jun
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    • Don’t live in California and go somewhere else and vote for the same retarded liberal laws
      YubzyYT 18 jun
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    • Money can’t buy happiness, but it can avoid a lot of things that cause unhappiness, so you’re going to be better off with money.
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    • That’s not the context in which anyone with half a brain cell actually uses it. What it’s saying is even if you had all the money in the world, it’ll never be enough to make you happy. Why do you think you see so many rich celebrities committing suicide?
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    • I just want to live comfortably and simple. Like if I am stressed or anxious I would like it to not be about money. If my house is nice and roomy enough for me to live, if my car takes me from one place to another, if I can eat a healthy amount then that’s all I need.
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    • If I could afford spaghetti and rent at the same time... well I'd be pretty happy.
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    • A lot of our great grandparents/grandparents went through the great depression. So yeah, i bet they do. Even my mom grew up EXTREMELY poor. She holds onto things for a long time. She got 3 nice bras before she had kids. She no longer fit into them and now I'm 23 and those same bras are mine.
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    • Money can't buy happiness, but it can get you it
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    • I’m gonna be crying either way so it might as well be in a mansion
      Achor 18 jun
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    • Money buys comfort
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    • G O L F
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    • Money can buy fat pussy
      Lick 18 jun
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    • Honestly people don’t realize this quote is not the constant. It’s determined by your view of wealth. My view is yes, i will be extremely happy if i have a lot of money, but not to spend on stupid things. It’s the security of myself and future generations to never have to struggle like i did as a
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    • The government makes u pay taxes like OH YOU WANT A $22,000 CAR? WELL TAXES MAKE THE PRICE $1,000,000
      GurkiratO 18 jun
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    • Anyone else ever feel depressed so you buy stuff? It gives me the only little amount of joy I have left in this world...
      Geay 18 jun
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    • I am forced to live with my parents as a single father. I literally cant afford rent and be able to properly care for my child
      SirVeil 18 jun
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    • Money buys comfort, not true happiness
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    • My pastor taught money in this way: "Money can't buy you happiness, but you can't pay for your groceries with a smile"
      WayAway 18 jun
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    • Actually money can buy happiness, but up to a point. Once you can afford both the necessities and your wants without worry, having more money won’t make you any happier.
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    • If money is where you find happiness you'll always be poor.
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    • Money can’t buy happiness. But it can but me arts and crafts supplies
      GryffinTG 18 jun
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    • Have megumin
      Iewdness 18 jun
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    • I think I remember some study where they found that more money equals more happiness up until like $70k per year. Beyond that the results are mixed
      ErikdaRed 18 jun
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    • Man I just want to spend my life with someone and make them happy. I'm too weird though
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    • Money cant buy happiness sure — but it almost guarantees security, which is the foundation for achieving happiness.
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    • Golf plated toilet seats
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    • I think spending money in certain ways could make you happier and more fulfilled.
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    • If you think money can’t buy you happiness you clearly don’t know where to shop!
      tinsel555 18 jun
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    • I just wanna be comfy, I just want to not worry about bills or if we can make it
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    • Just buy bitcoin and some random crypto coins and hope you get lucky
      Joshua 18 jun
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    • Toast
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    • They say money can't buy happiness, but I would find it hard to be sad sitting in a lambo, am, or Ferrari...
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