Let's face it — amid rising inflation, everything feels like it costs more than ever, and in many cases, it actually does.
So, it's no surprise that people are re-evaluating how much we're willing to pay for stuff that might not even be worth it in the end. u/New_Perspective1201 recently asked the people of Reddit, "What do you think is a complete waste of money?" Here's some of the most interesting responses, which might make you think twice about your next purchase:
7."Spending a shitload on a wedding. Could never understand it, and it's also a massive joke to expect your guests to fork out a ton on gifts, an outfit, and if you're part of the wedding party, there are a ton of other expenses."
17."As someone who lives in Germany: TV taxes. Seriously, even blind and deaf people pay these, and most of them cannot watch TV. Also, German national TV is the biggest pile of shit ever, yet they make you pay around €60 per quarter to fund that pile of shit."