Mid-life crisis purchase required - ideas?

My youth has departed, and a perpetual backache has taken its place.

I’m at the point where I feel like a nice treat to myself is in order, for being SUCH a good person. I really am, truly, fantastic.

So, what’ll it be?

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I hope you weren’t born in 1992. :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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Sports car or a nice watch.

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Hookers and coke long weekend.

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A trip to Sanchung

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A massage chair.

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When are you taking me? :kissing_heart:

Add this to our Sanchung itinerary.

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A large sailing yacht. There is truly no faster way to lose considerable chunks of money in a regular and recurring manner.

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August. When I am back in Taiwan.

Home gym or gym membership - Get in shape.
Get your neck done, eyes, facelift, nose job
Dress better
Go back to school - An investment in practical knowledge earns a good return

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Get a 小三.

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Little three? Don’t understand, sorry.

Perhaps I should purchase chinese lessons

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A mistress.

One that we inevitably take to Sanchung.

Tell her to bring her best single friend.

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Third mistress that expects and needs lots of expensive gifts like designer bags, jewelry, trendy restaurants and the nicer hotels.

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Luxury cruise

Happy ending every Tuesday ?

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Yeh just tell your wife when the gun no fire the gun break

Everybody loves a dirty sanchong

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One is more than enough

I bought a canoe. I had to know I was at that point in my life where I could have a canoe if I wanted one. So, I bought one. It became an albatross, and then I bought ice fishing gear, tent, auger, sled, whole deal and forgot all about the canoe. Sold the boat three years later on FB marketplace. Took 30 minutes for some country son to buy it for his old man. I nearly wept.

That all took about five years. Sold the ice fishing gear off as well.

My point is, in five years, you’ll feel differently about getting old. :wink:

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