Money doesn't buy you happiness. But it can buy you an amazing boat. Which is more or less the same thing.. never been so relevant


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#1 - TreesyDoesIt (06/17/2013) [-]
never been so relevant
never been so relevant
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User avatar #36 to #1 - analleakage (06/17/2013) [-]
I was just about to thank you for letting me know this wasn't just a picture, but from a funny sketch on youtube.

And then I ******* realize it's ******* you, Treesus
User avatar #49 to #36 - TreesyDoesIt (06/17/2013) [-]
well good lawdy its a small world old friend
#31 - falloutfanatic ONLINE (06/17/2013) [-]
they look so happy
User avatar #13 - tradith **User deleted account** (06/17/2013) [-]
Unless the boats name is "happiness"
User avatar #132 to #13 - cycloneclone (06/18/2013) [-]
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#47 - infinitereaper (06/17/2013) [-]
Yes it does.
Yes it does.
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#64 - qtipd (06/18/2013) [-]
i hate it when people say money can't buy happiness. go give some one 10 bucks and take a picture of their face. it'll be happiness

pic somewhat related
User avatar #106 to #64 - drunkasaurus (06/18/2013) [-]
I guess no one's gonna mention the ******* volcano waterfall on that boat? For ***** sake how much money do these things cost?
#154 to #64 - Seority (06/18/2013) [-]
It's not money that gives us happiness, but the things we buy with it do.
I would love to take a ride on that boat then have a pocket full of cotton paper.
User avatar #68 to #64 - baditch (06/18/2013) [-]
I think the real happiness comes from the fact that someone was nice enough to give you ten dollars, and less from the ten dollars itself.
User avatar #91 to #64 - lordmoldywart (06/18/2013) [-]
I don't think you understand the full meaning of the phrase.

It's deeper meaning means that you could have everything in the world with money, but if you don't have your health, or your loved ones with you, you won't be truly happy.

Those things obtained through means that don't require money mean more to us and make us happier than those that are obtained through means that do require money
#66 to #64 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
I hate the statement too.   
Money does buy happiness   
Food, shelter, video games, internet... that 			****		 costs money and is required for happiness.   
Hell even human life can be bought. Think about healthcare, or hell actual humans.
I hate the statement too.

Money does buy happiness

Food, shelter, video games, internet... that **** costs money and is required for happiness.

Hell even human life can be bought. Think about healthcare, or hell actual humans.
User avatar #74 to #66 - alltimetens (06/18/2013) [-]

Money will give you happiness for the first week, month, or even the first year. But look after that, it'll be old. Eventually, your happiness will be at the same level as it was when you didn't have the money. Still don't believe me? Why do you think so many millionaires commit suicide and resort to drug abuse and alcoholism? Because they aren't happy, and they're looking for happiness.
User avatar #103 to #74 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
***** I've been poor and miserable all my life.

I lost 10 pounds in 2 years.

Happiness is simple, food, shelter, entertainment, and peace. Yes... beautiful peace. Peace which I cannot obtain since I have no money.

Some people are just morons, but I'm a simple man. My largest desire at any given moment is good food to fill my belly. After that comes the freedom to sleep on my own schedule. After that entertainment, and after that stuff like art, writing, and invention.

Like it or not money is the key to happiness, hell without it you can't live. Because without money no food, no food; death.
User avatar #177 to #103 - alltimetens (06/18/2013) [-]
You really are a dense ************ if you think that money is the source of happiness.

You know that countries like Switzerland, Finland, and Norway are very developed, even more developed than the U.S in some areas. And what does that equal to? Money. Yet those countries have the highest suicide rates in the world.

I have statistics to back me up.
User avatar #178 to #177 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
I do believe I said "key"

Anyways, I believe that millions are starving in poverty right now, and I doubt they are very happy. How's that for statistics?

I could care less about suicidal morons who are blessed.
User avatar #179 to #178 - alltimetens (06/18/2013) [-]
I pity those who think that money can buy you happiness and not family, love, or games.

Bill Gates even said that "Wanting to have a million dollars is understandable. But after that, it's really the same thing."

You WILL be happy for the first several months or year. But it gets OLD. The happiness that you can extract from money is not long-lasting. I've experienced it as well. When I first bought Skyrim, I was extremely happy. But nowadays, I barely even play.

User avatar #180 to #179 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
Well, maybe you have to be in a poorer mans shoes to know how desperately important it is. Listen man, I'm getting older, I can't even support myself, much less live on my own. I'm stuck in hell because I simply can't afford to get away. If you don't think money is important, then give it all to me.

The happiness is infinite. I could get my own place, eat as a pleased, sleep as I pleased most importantly live as I pleased. Go anywhere do anything, and be free.

I've got no interest in petty fools. They can burn in hell with their unhappiness. Trash should just burn.
User avatar #181 to #180 - alltimetens (06/18/2013) [-]
No. More like you need to be in a richer man's state to know what it's like. I know how it is! You're only gonna be happy for the first couple of months, but after that, it's NOTHING SPECIAL.

Don't tell me that when you first got that phone you wanted, your level of happiness was equal to the level of happiness when you first got it.
User avatar #182 to #181 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
I've never even owned a phone. And I knew you were spoiled.

You're such a joke man, it's not about the phone, its what you do with it.

Its not about the money it's what you can do with it.

And what you can't do without it.
User avatar #183 to #182 - alltimetens (06/18/2013) [-]
Yes, I am spoiled. I came from an upper middle class family, but let me tell you this: No matter how rich you are, you are still susceptible to depression and anxiety. You and I are about as happy as each other right now.

You are not qualified to make assumptions about how happiness is a derivative of money. Money doesn't give you a sense of accomplishment. All it can do is make you feel happy for the short run.

In any scenario, I'd rather be a poor many happy than a rich man sad.
User avatar #184 to #183 - infinitereaper (06/18/2013) [-]
Oh shut the **** up already. You're just a piece of trash. Wallow in despair ************ .
User avatar #185 to #184 - alltimetens (06/19/2013) [-]
Yeah, you really are a dense ************ , Can't provide a valid argument so you resort to your "witty" insults. Go back to your box you poor ************ .
User avatar #186 to #185 - infinitereaper (06/19/2013) [-]
I'm just tired of trying to speak sense into someone too self consumed to understand they aren't the only person in the universe.

Talk about dense.
#162 to #103 - anon (06/18/2013) [-]
"Money doesn't buy you happiness" is a statement I feel is over-used and misused.

The statement, to my knowledge, is saying that money by itself does gives you happiness. Merely it's the moments and times you've had with someone. For example: Buying this volcano boat would be fun and cool but it would be kind of sad if you had no one to share it with.

What do I know though, I'm just a idiot anon to lazy to create a account.
User avatar #93 to #74 - motherduck (06/18/2013) [-]
My grandfather is a millionaire(yeah its true I met him once in my life when I was 7 but I lost all contact now,I don't even know his ******* name) and apparently he was a miserable cunt.Doing drugs and all that good stuff
#73 to #66 - anon (06/18/2013) [-]
As much as I agree with you I find it ironic you put a gif from the great gatsby where we realize not all things can be bought with money.
#38 - chrissselli (06/17/2013) [-]
looks kinda similar
#97 - broale (06/18/2013) [-]
it looks like people just opened almond joys along the corners of the boat.
#50 - trevorswim (06/17/2013) [-]
I could just name the boat happiness
#131 - tbagbandit (06/18/2013) [-]
It buys you hookers
It buys you hookers
#124 - thenoodle (06/18/2013) [-]
Related, for all of us reading lovers out there.
#98 - drunkasaurus (06/18/2013) [-]
This is Steve Jobs' yacht. It's my dream to one day live on a boat like that, they're bigger than most houses. I'd anchor it somewhere in the shallow waters off the shore of Waikiki, then just take a jetski to shore when I needed to buy food or supplies or something. I can use LTE for internet, watch tv online, and get power from solar panels. I would still have to pay for gas and water, so I'll probably have to save up awhile. I'd buy a smaller used yacht though, I don't need Steve Jobs's aquatic penis compensation to be happy.
#101 to #98 - drunkasaurus (06/18/2013) [-]
more yacht porn
#139 to #101 - anon (06/18/2013) [-]
That is a sexy ass yacht.
#105 to #98 - anon (06/18/2013) [-]
*was Steve Jobs yacht
#84 - bostpost (06/18/2013) [-]

You didn't earn that money. It was given to you by the government.
#35 - anon (06/17/2013) [-]
Money doesn't buy happiness, money is happiness.
#12 - anon (06/17/2013) [-]
Did he buy the boat?
Does his new boat make him happy?
If so, money bought him happiness.
#153 - funnyjunkforlife (06/18/2013) [-]
money cant buy happyness is what poor people say to cheer themselves up
User avatar #158 to #153 - nooneofinterest (06/18/2013) [-]
Its also a literal fact
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