Expensive Useless Things Billionaires Spend Their Money On

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Most people have a plan for what they’d do if they won the lottery – and everyone’s lists look pretty similar. Here are the Most Expensive Useless Things Millionaires Spend Their Money On!
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Be Amazed at these Most Expensive Useless Things Millionaires Spend Their Money On! 3 million dollar window – Now I know millionaires will pay a lot of money for a good view – but paying a lot of money for just a window seems a little extreme. 30 million Da Vinci scientific journal – When you're as rich as Bill Gates you can pretty much afford to buy anything you want, so it's pretty interesting to see what he spends his money on. 1.38 million dollar gold toilet paper – So a joke item that you can actually buy is toilet paper printed with dollar notes, which is supposed to make you feel richer than you actually are. $250,000 gold shirt When most people go clothes shopping, they try to find things that are comfortable and easy to wear – or at least not downright dangerous to put on. $15,000 haircut – Don't get me wrong, getting a haircut is a totally practical thing, but the way this guy went about it is a little over the top.

Tiger Shark – Sounds morbid I know, but the shark is actually an art piece by Damien Hirst, which was originally bought for $93,000. Super jumbo jet – Buying a private jet is pretty standard millionaire behaviour, and if you travel a lot then it's definitely not useless. 3.2 million dollar dog collar – Everyone loves their dog – there's a reason they're called "man's best friend" after-all. However, no matter how much money I had to spend, I'm not sure I'd ever be willing to drop 3.2 million dollars on a dog collar. $14,000 diamond tea bag – Tea bags can only be used once, so spending any more money on them than necessary is a pretty pointless idea.