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10 things you could do with 20 dollars

Posted by Megan Plassmeyer on April 17, 2015 at 1:20 PM

Got some extra cash? Don't worry, we have a few ideas on how you can spend it. 

 

 

1. Buy an awful “As seen on TV” product and pop that booty everywhere. 

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2. Take your kids to get ice cream. Then instantly regret it.


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3. Buy something that breaks its intended purpose. Still insist on wearing it. 

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4.Bet on lucky horse #9, because you overhead someone mention that he was the cat’s pajamas. Eventually find out that he ATE the cat’s pajamas.

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5.  Take a "sunset dolphin cruise," and realize the only thing you should have taken were motion sickness pills.

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6. Locate a realistic looking Louis Vuiton bag. 

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7.  Buy 3000 live lady bugs. (Yes you can actually get these on amazon.)

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8.   Have your palm read. Find out you're going to amount to nothing (mother was right).

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9. Two words: AIRBRUSHED T-SHIRT 

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Philanthropy is the new black, okay?

 

 


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