How much does price of the most expensive food you ever ate?
Is it worth it?
by Ian Hudson 11 years ago
Pollock currently has the title for the most expensive painting ever sold. Art is worth what the buyer is willing to pay. I personally like pollock's work, would I buy one of his pieces?The answer to that is yes.Would I pay $140 million?I'll never have that kind of money, but if money was no...
by RELATU 12 years ago
Do you think that the price of food is outrageously expensive?
by Moipone 7 years ago
Is paying R300,00 for a 5 years old Barbie Birthday cake too much or worth it ?
by syvette 11 years ago
I often go shopping,but buy nothing beacuse of the high marked price.I persuade myself that next time you will get a more beautiful one with a lower price.However,most time,almost the same one but definitely more expensive.MY toleratance is USD 20,many person said that I just have a day...
by Catherine Simmons 10 years ago
Do you think it's worth it to pay for expensive foods for your pet if they have a health issue?
by Popabear 11 years ago
How much is original Omnibot worth today ?
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