The Lies We Tell Ourselves To Justify A Splurge

We know that most of the things we tell you guys to buy are not exactly cheap. And thanks to Skeletor heir apparent Mick Jagger we know we can't always get what we want. Yet there comes certain times where we are all filled with overwhelming desire *pauses entire existence* and can't help but pull the trigger on some super luxe, super unnecessary, super expensive and, of course, super fucking rad shit. It's not uncommon for the moments immediately following these lavish purchases to be filled with regret, shame and embarrassment. But, because regret, shame and embarrassment are for pussies, we lie. We lie 'til we die. Let's explore the inner monologues of those fateful souls living above and beyond their all to meager means.

  • queb

    Too close to home dammit.

  • Sjoerd Krijnen

    I recognize way too much.

    • Jake Woolf

      We know you better than you know yourself.

      • Sjoerd Krijnen

        I’m afraid so.

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  • DickOvens

    Thanks for reminding me why I originally started reading Four Pins

  • Rob

    I will stop / reduce smoking expenses for the continental frero

  • Boogersnitzle

    Time to grow up. Be responsible with your funds. Insufficient funds.

  • George Dorn

    You forgot the most obvious one: “It’s an Investment Piece.”

  • milksheiks

    thanks for the credit card numbers