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Spoiled? Moi???

This has been making the meme rounds... and I'm hopping on the bandwagon with a self-tag. Here goes....

Are you spoiled?

You are if you can BOLD 40 or more of the following:

Do you have...

  • your own cell phone - i used to have TWO :-) soon I'll have none and I'm not gonna miss it either.
  • a television in your bedroom
  • an iPod - Kosh has two iPod products, but not me
  • a photo printer
  • your own phone line
  • TiVo or a generic digital video recorder
  • high-speed internet access - i wish... remember me moaning bitchin about dialup?
  • a surround sound system in bedroom
  • DVD player in bedroom
  • at least a hundred DVDs - helps when over here VCDs were the preferred format for the longest time. Pirated, of course. But even then, no, I don't have many at all.
  • a childfree bathroom
  • your own in-house office
  • a pool
  • a guest house
  • a game room
  • a queen-size bed
  • a stocked bar
  • a working dishwasher - yeah, her name is Lynne :p
  • an icemaker
  • a working washer and dryer - Only washers. Dryers are uncommon in Malaysia.
  • more than 20 pairs of shoes
  • at least ten things from a designer store
  • expensive sunglasses
  • framed original art (not lithographs or prints)
  • Egyptian cotton sheets or towels
  • a multi-speed bike
  • a gym membership - used to, not that I went LMAO!
  • large exercise equipment at home
  • your own set of golf clubs - my dad's, not mine.
  • a pool table
  • a tennis court
  • local access to a lake, large pond, or the sea
  • your own pair of skis
  • enough camping gear for a weekend trip in an isolated area
  • a boat
  • a jet ski
  • a neighborhood committee membership
  • a beach house or a vacation house/cabin - kinda sorta. My parents' tho, not mine.
  • wealthy family members
  • two or more family cars
  • a walk-in closet or pantry
  • a yard - apartment where got yard?? :-(
  • a hammock
  • a personal trainer
  • good credit
  • expensive jewelry - expensive in whose eyes? What I wear right now are extremely valuable, because of who gave them to me, not for the $$ value :-)
  • a designer bag that required being on a waiting list to get
  • at least $100 cash in your possession right now - if more than RM100 I qualify. If you're talking the equivalent (RM 360 or so) then nope - what for wanna carry around that much cash?
  • more than two credit cards bearing your name - used to have three, now down to one, and that's only because it's free-for-life.
  • a stock portfolio
  • a passport - of course! have had one since i was a young'un :-)
  • a horse
  • a trust fund
  • private medical insurance - ummmm, does life insurance count?
  • a college degree, and no outstanding student loans - it's not a "loan" that I owe my ex-employer, *grin!*

Do you:

  • shop for non-needed items for yourself (like clothes, jewelry, electronics) at least once a week
  • do your regular grocery shopping at high-end or specialty stores
  • pay someone else to clean your house, do dishes, or launder your clothes
  • go on weekend mini-vacations
  • send dinners back with every flaw
  • wear perfume or cologne (not body spray)
  • regularly get your hair styled or nails done in a salon
  • have a job but don't need the money OR stay at home with little financial sacrifice
  • pay someone else to cook your meals
  • pay someone else to watch your children or walk your dogs
  • regularly pay someone else to drive you
  • expect a gift after you fight with your partner

Are you:

  • an only child
  • married/partnered to a wealthy person
  • baffled/surprised when you don't get your way

Have you:

  • been on a cruise - down the Rhine. don't ask :p
  • traveled out of the country - of course!!
  • met a celebrity - does chatting with John Oates while getting his autograph count?
  • been to the Caribbean
  • been to Europe - errr I'm kinda FROM Europe. Half-from. :p
  • been to Hong Kong
  • been to Hawaii
  • been to New York
  • eaten at the space needle in Seattle
  • been to the Mall of America
  • been on the Eiffel tower in Paris - I think so... was way too small to remember tho, so I don't think that counts
  • been on the Statue of Liberty in New York
  • moved more than three times because you wanted to
  • dined with local political figures
  • been to both the Atlantic coast and the Pacific coast - well I've walked the beach at Santa Monica / Venice Beach... and I've been to Manhattan Island...

Did you:

  • go to another country for your honeymoon
  • hire a professional photographer for your wedding or party
  • take riding or swimming lessons as a child
  • attend private school
  • have a Sweet 16 birthday party thrown for you
~~~

Wow, based on this I am *so* not spoiled! only TEN bolded, baby! Even if I were to factor in stuff on behalf of Kosh, I think that would add another 6 or so.

I kinda knew it, but nice to have "proof", LMAO!

Comments

  1. Neither am I... far from it actually.

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  2. I have like 20 something bold... and am not spoiled, either.

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  3. I'm so spoiled its not even funny ... need to meditate on it for a while.

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