I could never understand the $800-$1000 stroller justification... and yet I see many couples pushing them around.oasis2002 wrote: ↑Mar 17th, 2017 1:50 pmAn average of 50 K per year at that income level, if they are renting. Its painful but doable. You cant have it all.
In any case, this is not an endorsement of Toronto RE prices - which are high for sure. But we live in a world where people want to eat out all the time, have to take annual trips to Europe, must have the latest gadgets, their wives have to buy 800 dollar strollers and what not and complain about not saving money. Its not even a millennial issue - Its just a present day issue. I could rant for hours about that but the sad thing is that Frugality is out of style. People young and old are still working hard - but just not good at keeping a lid on their impulses.
I am also amazed at people that don't even blink when Apple announces the next iPhone priced @ $950 and lineup to get one or even two.
I must be getting old.... still rocking with a Nexus4 from 2012... lol
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