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When we’re dating someone, there’s generally an unspoken understanding that they have a dating history, just as we have ours. They might have fond memories of a previous partner, bad memories, or even mementos from the relationship, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit, which are all perfectly normal tokens. Redditor Ornery_Risk1568’s boyfriend […] More
People Share The Telltale Signs That Someone Is Wealthy
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"Money, money, money, it's a rich man's world."

Sometimes it feels like no truer words have ever been sung. Thanks, ABBA.

Money is a huge part of life.

Not every rich person flashes their riches though.

A lot of people keep it lowkey unless they're on a reality series.

But it's always easy to figure out everyone's relationship to money.

Redditor whoistomf0rd wanted to discuss the ways we can sniff out money. They asked:

"What quietly screams ‘rich/wealthy?'"
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Family members simply do not get along sometimes, especially where differing incomes are concerned. We can try to ignore this most of the time, admitted the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit, but the problem always seems to come up again around the holidays. Redditor Responsible_View7794 felt caught between his wife and his sister when they […] More
It’s that time of year. Time to figure out who has been naughty and who has been nice. And who deserves what and how much under the tree. Gifts, gifts and gifts. How much do you spend and why? Money had really taken a hold on the holidays. It can cause so many problems even […] More

When you don't have a lot of money, you learn to live without a few luxuries. The point where some things just start to feel unnecessary. Like, who really needs a yacht? It's just another house, but it floats, and it only incurs more and more expenses. A yacht comes with a high price tag.

As such, those of us who are perpetually figuring out where their next meal is coming from? We don't care about some things. And we probably wouldn't see a need for them as we got older and richer.

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