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    How materialistic are you?

    Do you care about designer clothes and shoes and fancy cars or are you down to earth?
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    I'm not materialistic at all, I don't value things. I like nice things, but I don't need them. I'm also not impressed by people flaunting shit like expensive cars or watches. I kind of feel sorry that this is what they think makes them valuable.
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    I guess I'm kinda in the middle on this - I don't care for designer clothing labels and I'm not obsessed with cars, but I do love music so I have been known to spend ridiculous amounts of money on CDs. For example, just yesterday on eBay I bought THREE bulk lots from the one seller - totalling nearly 700 CDs! That in itself is extreme but the truly ridiculous part is the seller is in Germany and I'm in Australia! If I was sensible, I would have just left them. But obsessive nutcase that I am, I MUST have them! The postage alone is going to cost me 140 euros! A reasonable person would think that's too much, but I'm more than happy to pay it. Insane!

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    5. I like nice stuff but it doesn't rule my life.

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    Slightly materialistic. I'm sensible about style and quality but don't own a lot of clothes. I don't go out of the house looking like a schlub ever.

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    3. I refuse to be drawn into the whole labels thing.
    I have a car. It is 4 wheels and an engine to get me from A to B. I have no emotional connection to it.
    My clothes are those that fit me and I feel comfortable wearing. Who makes them is of no concern to me.
    My opinion, formed over many years, is that those who attach importance to labels use it to cover up deficiencies in other areas of their lives.

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    I like nice stuff, but I also like to search for bargains.

    Not into over the top brand names, like 4-digit $ bags/watches etc though.

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    I like nice stuff too and have a house filled with it. Am I materialistic, I guess I am. I think it has to do with the generation I was raised with. We've been relatively successful and with that comes "things". I drive a nice car, have a comfy home etc. I'm not really a clothes person, I have a couple of pairs of black slacks and some button down shirts that I wear when I have to dress, other than that I'm jeans and tee shirts. Not really a jewelry guy, so in some areas I am and others not so much....
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    2. Not into chasing designers at all. Anything that exists as a status symbol, I usually reject.

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    I value people more than things and money.
    Having said that, I like to buy the best shit for myself whenever I got enough dosh...........


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    I like nice things but not enough to go in debt to have them. I will only buy name brand clothes if they're on sale and it typically has to be a good sale like at the end of the season. However, I am very into cars and do drive a nice car that's paid for might I add. I will likely continue to drive nice vehicles as long as I don't have to go into debt to buy them. If, God forbid, I fell on hard times, I would sell my vehicle in a heartbeat. I would miss it but I'm well aware that it's an inanimate object. Currently, the only debt I have is for my house and I'm fanatical about getting it paid off.

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    The only real materialistic Items I have are my books, mostly on Catholicism, and those related to it. Clothing labels...Who the hell cares! I have a bike (not a motorcycle), but no car.

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    I am going to go with *5*. I don't give a damn about clothes or labels or any of the usual "materliastic" suspects but I do collect alot of stuff.

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    I'm going to say a 3 or 4.

    I buy most of my stuff at Wal-Mart or Goodwill. I don't make a huge amount of $$, and my job isn't prestigious enough to need designer clothing so I budget accordingly and only buy what I can afford.

    When I was younger I attempted to keep up with the Jones', but soon realized if I wanted to eat and pay rent the champagne taste has got to go with my beer budget. I also soon realized that most of those that had to have the latest and greatest were typically shallow, and not people I enjoyed hanging out with anyway. They'd brag about the price they paid for ONE shirt... and I'm thinking, "ONE??? I bought 5 shirts for that amount of money - which one of us is REALLY better off?".

    I could care less about name brands, and the few times I've tried them I didn't think their quality was any better.
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    I bought my car used, asked my mechanic and he recommended it. Don't care what I drive as long as it is dependable. Clothes? I live on the beach and we have our own style, very laid back and what ever is comfortable. We laugh at the tourists that wear designer stuff. I don't care for nor need "things". The military trained me to think if it can't fit in my duffle bag, I don't need it.

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    Quote Originally Posted by borg69unimatrix View Post
    I'm going to say a 3 or 4.

    I buy most of my stuff at Wal-Mart or Goodwill. I don't make a huge amount of $$, and my job isn't prestigious enough to need designer clothing so I budget accordingly and only buy what I can afford.

    When I was younger I attempted to keep up with the Jones', but soon realized if I wanted to eat and pay rent the champagne taste has got to go with my beer budget. I also soon realized that most of those that had to have the latest and greatest were typically shallow, and not people I enjoyed hanging out with anyway. They'd brag about the price they paid for ONE shirt... and I'm thinking, "ONE??? I bought 5 shirts for that amount of money - which one of us is REALLY better off?".

    I could care less about name brands, and the few times I've tried them I didn't think their quality was any better.
    I can't remember the last time I bought a shirt new in a store. I buy all of mine in thrift stores.

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    I'd say a four? I hardly spend money on clothing. And the only time that I have actually spent money on clothes are during my skating competitions but I have stopped competing years ago. My parents bought me new clothes every year and that's pretty much it. My sister has some clothes and towels that are in good condition so I still wear/use them.

    I do however spent much more money in hard disk drives,food and my skates. I get really annoyed when my classmates judge me when I eat something out of their "price range". Everyone spends their money differently and since I don't spent money on limited edition collectibles, fancy high heels or branded clothing I feel like at least I can treat myself with some decent food. I don't really dine at five star restaurants or expensive cuisine, just not my college hawker store which is my classmates favorite despite it's disgusting hygiene

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    I really like 'things' to be quite honest. I love nice cars and nice clothes, furniture, gadgets and electronics, etc. There is much more to my life and my happiness, though. I don't think enjoying 'things' is inherently bad. It's simply how much value you put in them and how other aspects of your life are prioritized in comparison.


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    1. very unmaterialistic. don't really give a fuck about looking nice or having the best shit. will make the best out of whatever to the point where i'll wear the same clothes year after year from the shirts to the sneakers. don't really see the joy of having items, it's rather boring actually. i'm usually the last out of the group to jump onto the latest technological trends such as smart phones or whatever. still have the same phone from 2009 and it looks way older than it does and it took me years before i got up on a mp3 device. it would be really out of character for me to buy some fashionable shit such as the jordans that i got at the top of 2006 but never wear. the first and the last time i'll buy sneakers over 100 dollars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reone View Post
    I really like 'things' to be quite honest. I love nice cars and nice clothes, furniture, gadgets and electronics, etc. There is much more to my life and my happiness, though. I don't think enjoying 'things' is inherently bad. It's simply how much value you put in them and how other aspects of your life are prioritized in comparison.
    Owning nice things is not what makes us materialistic, imho. It's when the things own us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachguyj View Post
    Do you care about designer clothes and shoes and fancy cars or are you down to earth?

    Liking high quality doesn't keep you from being down to earth.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Liking high quality doesn't keep you from being down to earth.


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    I didn't say liking them I said caring about them. People who care about expensive items generally look down on others that don't have them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by reone View Post
    I really like 'things' to be quite honest. I love nice cars and nice clothes, furniture, gadgets and electronics, etc. There is much more to my life and my happiness, though. I don't think enjoying 'things' is inherently bad. It's simply how much value you put in them and how other aspects of your life are prioritized in comparison.

    Absolutely this.

    I am a clothing WHORE but it doesn't have to be designer this or that... just whatever strikes my fancy.... I have at this moment at least two walk in closets full of clothing and it is lined with shoes.... mental count at about 34 pairs of shoes.

    Clothes be calling me!!

    It is like that sweet white rock for me, and then the pushers will send me adds with beautiful men wearing gorgeous clothes and a DISCOUNT.... OMG OMG OMG.....

    Shop til you fucking drop.... BUT I dont think it defines me. It is simply a part of me and a rarely flaunt anything. I just like looking good. Check that. I like having the ability to adopt any look. Surfer dude or preppy or banker or construction worker or middle aged crisis guy in tight pink booty shorts or ... well you get the idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beachguyj View Post
    I didn't say liking them I said caring about them.
    I see the difference between 'liking' and 'caring'. This guy really really cares about his car...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayHawk View Post
    Absolutely this.

    I am a clothing WHORE but it doesn't have to be designer this or that... just whatever strikes my fancy.... I have at this moment at least two walk in closets full of clothing and it is lined with shoes.... mental count at about 34 pairs of shoes.

    Clothes be calling me!!
    But Jay...you look so much better and hotter without clothes on! Don't waste your money.

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    Was kinda hard to rate myself, but I said 6. I don't like overspending and buying something just because it's high end, but I do like stuff. Like the occasion videogame or music purchase and at least have a variety in my closet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HunterM View Post
    But Jay...you look so much better and hotter without clothes on! Don't waste your money.
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    10, "I like nice things" e.g. cars and watches, but I'm also not afraid to shop at China*Mart.

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    I'm about a 3⅝ so I rounded it up to 4 --- is that okay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Liking high quality doesn't keep you from being down to earth.


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    I chose 8. I do so love my labels. However, because I'm poor as dirt, the most expensive article of name-brand clothing I own is a $130 DKNY Jeans velvet blazer my ex bought for me. When I win the lottery, it's all Louis Vuitton, Armani and Prada for me, though.

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    At the bar who the hell cares if the rail brand of pine sol is popov vodka or some other swill mixed with a fake orange drink for a screwdriver. Yet some have to have Grey Goose,.... in a mixed drink of shit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeicsDom View Post
    3. I refuse to be drawn into the whole labels thing.
    I have a car. It is 4 wheels and an engine to get me from A to B. I have no emotional connection to it.
    My clothes are those that fit me and I feel comfortable wearing. Who makes them is of no concern to me.
    My opinion, formed over many years, is that those who attach importance to labels use it to cover up deficiencies in other areas of their lives.
    I couldn't agree more!

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    I've fallen from a 6, to a 4, in the past ten years or so. (I may even be down to 3, but I voted for 4.)

    I've always been a collector of a number of things, but I'm down to collecting only one genre actively (and, on such a specific set of criteria, that finding anything I need is very seldom). I am actually getting rid of other stuff I've stacked up together.

    I am more "materialistic," if you will, about things that are INTANGIBLE - I am most motivated toward traveling, various kinds of events, and human interactions. My attitude toward eating is not really materialistic, either - it is QUITE rare that I spend more than $20 on a meal when I'm traveling, and many of the things I like most are either simple foods, or foreign foods that will satisfy an appetite. I'm not a fan of spending $56 in a French restaurant and walking out hungry.

    I've never been a devotee to haute-fashion, and nearly all of my wardrobe has come from thrift shops. Most people I know have not seen me WITHOUT a Hawaiian shirt and jeans in *THE 21st CENTURY*. (Should I actually wear a Hawaiian shirt in Hawaii? lol)
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    At the bar who the hell cares if the rail brand of pine sol is popov vodka or some other swill mixed with a fake orange drink for a screwdriver. Yet some have to have Grey Goose,.... in a mixed drink of shit.
    Grey Goose is okay, but I have to laugh at people who cling to it like it's the holy grail of Vodka. Tito's from Texas is six times distilled, way smoother than anything else out there, and can be purchased for a fraction of the price of Grey Goose.

    Yet some need Grey Goose for the feeling of status. Media says Grey Goose is the finest product, so that's what they do.






    I find that it's not the "material" I dislike, it's the status and the label. Case in point, I like nice clothes. If I had the money, I'd definitely spend on clothes that I like even though I'm mainly a T-shirt and jeans guy.

    Yet, there are two key things missing from "clothes I like":

    A.) Really "dressy" clothes that are supposed to convey a status of "importance" or "maturity," even though they do nothing to define your actions.

    B.) Labels. Louis Vuitton, DKNY, etc. Even when I spend money on expensive clothes, it's never about a brand. It's about a specific piece of clothing that looks well on me. I am fortunate to have so many independent designers around me. When I have the money, I can purchase something with a 'high-end' feel to it and know that every other person with money between the US and Europe isn't wearing that same exact thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigitalFudge View Post
    Liking high quality doesn't keep you from being down to earth.


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    Agreed. I have nice things, loads of them, but only because the quality is better (at least, it is with the upmarket brands I favour; if one of them lets me down I don't buy it again), and because I bargain hunt very well. There is nothing in my cupboard which is upmarket which I paid full price for - either I got it on a sale (I'm good at waiting for sales), from an outlet store offering last season's merchandise at 1/3 of the cost. The stuff which was bought at full price was usually a gift. I can only count about 4 things in the cupboard which were comparatively expensive which I paid full price for, and two of those were necessary and couldn't wait for a sale - a snow jacket for a skiing trip, and a pair of dress shoes.

    Having said that, shoes and sunglasses are a no-brainer. No point in fucking up your back or your eyes with poor-quality athletic shoes or sub-par sunglasses. I've scored by getting both on sales, luckily, but both are things I will be happy to spend money on.

    Anyway, I've given myself an 8 - I don't buy cheap, because in my experience it doesn't last and because the quality is important to me. But a brand or label has to earn its stripes before I will happily spend more money on it - if I find it on a sale and buy it and it lasts, I'll consider it again. If it doesn't, I don't care who makes it - I'm not buying it again. The same with electronics - I buy only reputable, high-end kit with a proven track record; no point in saving a few hundred here and there and the bloody thing blows up after 6 months and you have to replace the whole lot, is there?

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    Maybe a 5-ish. I do like get nice things if I have the money but I am also aware of my budgetary limitations. I like nice clothes but only in the sense that I like them if I feel that they will look nice on me. It is never about the brand name. If a certain article of clothing I have an eye on is cheap/bargain, then great....if it is more expensive, then so be it...I'll want to get it either way (granted I have the finance to support it). Aside from clothes, I also don't need the most fancy gadgets or electronics but I would like stuff of decent quality.

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    I gave myself a 2, I think I probably rate more of a 1. 10 or 15 yrs. ago I was about an 8.
    When things went south in 2008 I sold my boat, motorcycle antique car and decided to never be in debt again.
    I now live in a paid for mobile home and drive a 2000 dodge intrepid, I really enjoy the freedom that I have found.
    The man does not own me.

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    Quote Originally Posted by ShihTzuTylenol View Post
    I'm about a 3⅝ so I rounded it up to 4 --- is that okay?
    No!

    But at least you weren't haggling for a discount.

    As for me, I think I'm over that stage. Gimme a 5.
    Blah blah blah, something enigmatic sounding...

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    I said an 8. It isn't that I desire riches and things related to it, but in the literal since, I like materials and am willing to spend money where it counts, especially if it is quality.

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    Took a 2. Don't give a fuck.
    A 1 would be fuck off
    A 0 would be dress me in rags.

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    Re: How materialistic are you?

    Quote Originally Posted by peeonme View Post
    I gave myself a 2, I think I probably rate more of a 1. 10 or 15 yrs. ago I was about an 8.
    When things went south in 2008 I sold my boat, motorcycle antique car and decided to never be in debt again.
    I now live in a paid for mobile home and drive a 2000 dodge intrepid, I really enjoy the freedom that I have found.
    The man does not own me.
    You're my kind of Guy! I'd love to be able to live in a Mobile Home, a 1 bedroom at that, and my bike is sufficient for transportation in most cases, and the Bus. I am lucky where I am now.

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