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#16 - never happened 09/02/2016 on Wow! 0
#7 - 5 guys is super exspensive and their food tastes no better tha…  [+] (4 replies) 09/02/2016 on FG -13
#39 - sedativechunk (09/02/2016) [-]
Nah man, Five Guys is very reasonably priced actually. For one, Burger King and all that shit are going up and up in price more and more, I would say for another 2-3 dollars (at least where I live) you can get Five Guys. That's pocket change to me. I don't eat burgers every day, and when I do I would rather spend the extra few dollars on a higher-quality, classic American burger than that sad pile of shit Burger King gives you. If you prefer BK, to each his own. I like their chicken fries, but I wouldn't get much else there.

I love Five Guys, but prefer Smash Burger over them these days (Five Guys still dominates in the fries department though). I alternate between the two though to not get sick of one. And if you think Five Guys is pricey, where I live there is a burger joint franchise just in our city that offers huge, premium burgers, including Elk burger and other premium meats special cooked to your liking with their own rub. They are around $15-20 a burger. Took a girl there for a date once and burned through a $50 bill and didn't even order any booze. Try that on for size and tell me Five Guys is expensive.
#35 - tehavatar (09/02/2016) [-]
i think you need to wipe the shit off your tongue there pal
#13 - vegasstoner (09/02/2016) [-]
you're wrong, although it doesn't taste twice to three times as good as burger king. which is about how much more it costs.

five guys is pretty good. but it is overpriced.
#10 - mightywing (09/02/2016) [-]
#8 - because they're actually worthless and only retain value due t…  [+] (15 replies) 09/02/2016 on buy +248
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#69 - Grom (09/02/2016) [-]
there are planets where it literally rains diamonds
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#65 - catburglarpenis (09/02/2016) [-]
Yeah seriously why buy diamonds when children who mine diamonds are cheaper
#63 - anon (09/02/2016) [-]
You guys ever hear of diamond coating for cutting tools? Wanna know how to cut diamond? More diamond. It has more uses than just looking pretty.
Also, scarcity = value. Imagine you have the last tree in the world in your backyard. You better believe people are going to try and steal that shit, because it's VALUABLE now due to extremely short supply. Fucking people jumping on the bandwagon because they're fed with "women suck because engagement rings etc" crap.

Autism away!
#88 - Desdenne (09/05/2016) [-]
Most diamond equipment that cut things are made synthetically. Also sure its a rare mineral which makes it rare. But at the same time apocalypse happens. ITs still rare on the earth, but you're better off with food or water. There haev been cultures who didn't use rare minerals. Civilizations that were bigger did though because it was harder to fake, because it was harder to fake they could use it as currency. Nothing really more than that.
#64 - jonball (09/02/2016) [-]
>extremely short supply

We can literally make synthetic diamonds that are exactly like the real ones on a molecular level...
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#44 - oxidoferroso (09/02/2016) [-]
They are not worthless if people are willing to pay that much for it
There is no objective worth, is it? What precious stone has worth on its own? All of them are given its value
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#41 - slenderwolf (09/02/2016) [-]
We were talking about this in Economics 101 the other day. The teacher got a real kick out of how stupid the marketing ploys were. Like a couple years ago when they tried to sell you a ring with two diamonds, one for your wife, and one for your best friend, to further prove your love or whatever. There was also the "Chocolate Diamond" craze which was hilarious because all these companies spend hyears telling us color and clarity were the calling cards of a good diamond and then they manage to make billions off these shitty looking stones.
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#34 - luckass (09/02/2016) [-]
you are absolutely right. sadly many things are manipulated this way.

only politicalslap is more worthless than compressed carbon
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#86 - luckass (09/04/2016) [-]
its more disgust i feel towards you than the feeling of being hurt/offended. such unreasonable behavior is just sad.

sono fab itch <3
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#82 - politicalslap (09/02/2016) [-]
*pats your head* there there sperglord... tell me how much i hurt your feelings
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#33 - iforgetwhattosay (09/02/2016) [-]
what's funny is that this isn't even a secret. you get taught this in like economics 101, and yet people don't even give a shit.
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#48 - ieatbengay (09/02/2016) [-]
they look pretty
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#49 - ieatbengay (09/02/2016) [-]
and are a sign of wealth, they're a lot like iPhones
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#42 - mutzaki (09/02/2016) [-]
Yeah, too ingrained in culture. Not even the blood diamond controversy stopped people. That being said, I think it still makes sense for diamonds to be the go-to gem for engagement rings. They're usually colourless, making them generic enough to suit everyone's tastes. Plus there's something inherently symbolic about them being so hard and long-lasting. Diamonds are forever and all that. Still doesn't justify the price tag, obviously. I also think people are starting to branch out more with their choice of gems. My girlfriend has already made it crystal ;DD clear what gem she wants, and it's not a diamond.
#30 - anon (09/02/2016) [-]
Speak the truth brother.
#31 - you said, for the explciit reason that somebody out there has …  [+] (2 replies) 08/31/2016 on 2016 Elections Potter Style 0
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#33 - attifyon (08/31/2016) [-]
I didn't say "somebody", I said "much more".
He is the 324th richest person in the world, and the majority of the people richer than he is started their own companies without any sort of leverage or advantage over other entrepreneurs.
Those people deserve to be smug.
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#34 - mrwalkerfour (08/31/2016) [-]
literally anyone who has done something of note can be smug, and has the right to. you dont have to start from the gutter to be smug about your success, maybe they can be more smug than trump, but trump can still be smug. trump nay not have had the harshest beginnings but he has still created his own empire. frankly i doubt many could do what he's done even with his start in life.

turning a loan of a million dollars into 4.5 billion is a ridiculous feat, thats 450 dollars for every 1 dollar he had.