Things people should pay more for


#1

What things should people consider upgrading from their standard purchase to something a bit more pricey? Could be because the cheaper stuff is a false economy, or just that the more expensive stuff is so much better.


#2

##re: Things people should pay more for

Categorisation. I mean it’s fine not bothering with categorisation, but if you want the big replies, you’ve got to pay that little bit more.


#3

Shaving Cream. Do not buy tescos value shaving cream. It’s actually worse then no shaving cream


#4

Jeans


#5

I buy whatever shaving cream is the cheapest of the normal branded stuff, I.e. not value. Are you saying I should be upgrading?


#6

How much should I be paying?


#7

You are right of course. I answered the question wrongly. Its more that you should not be downgrading.

A proper answer would be wallets. The cheaper ones fall apart rather quickly so getting a good nice one is actually more economical.


#8

0.5% of annual income


#9

coffee. lad in this office goes to the effort of bringing his own cafetiere in for ‘pwopa coffee’ and then uses some tesco value grounds. smh.


#10

I assumed you were joking, but then calculated and thought that perhaps you might not be. What’s better about more expensive jeans? I normally pay about £30


#11

Shoes and trainers are far too cheap if you work out cost per day.


#12

Meat should be way more expensive than it is


#13

Food


#14

toast


#15

Cotton buds.

How are they making money on those things?


#16

Was going to say meat.


#17

Taxes. I don’t pay nearly enough tax.


#18

You don’t need to. I’ve already said it.


#19

Petrol, Cigarettes, Public Services.


#20

Also, the £28 haircut I got has grown out excellently, so I’d definitely consider going with that again.