Cut Video gave eight different households $100 to spend on groceries, and this is what they bought: View this video on YouTube youtube.com / Via youtube.com For Tripp, a single 30-year-old bartender, $100 could go one of two ways: a couple days worth of stuff, or one frivolous night of indulgence. Cut Video / Via youtube.com "I would say I drink at least six days a week." For Komal, a 35-year-old married mother of two and software engineer, $100 reminds her of families back in India for whom that is their monthly income. Cut Video / Via youtube.com Mick and Anthony, ages 46 and 36, are married and unemployed. $100 for them means getting by. Cut Video / Via youtube.com "I think we've been out to eat twice in the last year." Whereas Karen, a single 19-year-old college student, would spend half of her money on pizza rolls. Cut Video / Via youtube.com "I don't think I'm good with money at all."