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'Now remember, he spent $400 on that, so no matter what, we can never play with it.'
A car with a sign in its back window that reads "$9,000 stroller on board".
Tags:kid, kids, child, children, baby, babies, infant, infants, newborn, newborns, parent, parents, parenting, parenthood, mom, moms, mum, mums, mother, mothers, motherhood, father, fathers, fatherhood, dad, dads, family, families, new parent, new parents, stroller, strollers, carriage, carriages, pram, prams, buggy, buggies, expensive, pricey, sign, signs, sticker, stickers, bumper sticker, bumper stickers, baby on board, car, cars, vehicle, vehicles, automobile, automobiles, driving, driver, drivers, transportation, warning, warnings, modern life
"How can we afford to eat at a place where the doggie bags are Gucci?"
'Your House Wines seem rather pricey - d'you have any Bungalow Wines?'
"Great God Almighty! Somebody please wake me up and tell me I'm only dreaming that the chicken marsala costs a whopping twenty-eight ninety-five!"
Tags:restaurant, restaurants, dining out, eating out, menu, menus, expensive, cost, costs, money, sticker shock, sticker-shock, price, prices, pricey, costly, surprised, shocked, surprise, shock, high price, high prices, wake-up, wake up, wakeup, dream, dreams, dreaming, chicken marsala, diner, diners, customer, customers
College graduation mortar boards thrown up to form a dollar sign
Tags:college, colleges, university, universities, uni, unis, school, schools, graduation, graduations, grads, grad, graduates, graduate, celebration, commencement, mortar board, mortar boards, dollar sign, dollar signs, price, pricey, prices, rising cost, rising costs, education, debt, in debt, indebtedness, indebted, expensive, tuition, fee, fees
'I took one look at the prescription price and ruptured a blood vessel!'
"It's one of those pieces you pay $142.4 million for at auction and then never look at again."
Tags:art, artist, artists, artwork, artworks, painting, paintings, painter, painters, auction, auctions, auction house, auction houses, art collector, art collectors, art appraiser, art appraisers, rich, wealth, wealthy, money, expensive, expensive taste, expensive tastes, pay, price, prices, pricey, millions, millionaire, millionaires, piece, pieces, sale, buyer, buyers, criticising, criticizing, critical, critic, critics, investment, investor, investors, investing
Some Assembly Required
Tags:car, cars, auto, autos, automobile, automobile, car showroom, car showrooms, automobile showroom, automobile showrooms, sales tactic, sales tactics, marketing tactic, marketing tactics, modern life, modern times, offer, offers, showroom, showrooms, ad, ads, advert, adverts, advertisement, expensive, pricey, overprice, flatpack, flatpack furniture, overpriced, assembly required, some assembly required
"Expensive? Yes, but I don't exploit my mother."
Tags:lemonade stand, lemonade stands, lemonade stall, lemonade stalls, fair trade, ethics, exploitation, working class, labor, minimum wage, living wage, living wages, fair pay, fairy salary, worker rights, employee rights, exploited, entrepreneur, entrepreneurs, expensive, expensiveness, price, prices, pricey
"The computer is user friendly but is the price consumer friendly?"
"That one's six figures plus tax."
"Global Positioning System. They'll track us down when our table's ready."
"The curvature of the screen tricks the brain into perceiving that you're not overpaying."
Tags:electronic, electronics, television, televisions, watching television, tv, tvs, watching tv, t.v., t.v.s, watching t.v., screen, screens, curvature, curved screen, curved screens, buying electronics, buying a new tv, buying a new t.v., buying a new television, salesman, salesmen, retail, consumerism, expensive, cost, price, pricey, prices, costs, trick, tricks, trickery, overpaying, overpay, technology, rip-off, rip-offs, ripoff, ripoffs, fraud, con, cons, electronics company, electronics companies, feature, features, perception, perceptions, 3d, 3-d, three dimensional, three-dimensional, modern life
"In layman's terms, it's Â£12,750."
'You're in luck! There's an expensive new placebo on the market to your treat hypochondria.'
"Am I the only guy at the table who goes back to when this stuff was two hundred and fifty dollars a bottle?"
Tags:drink, drinks, drinking, alcohol, wine, bottle of wine, bottles of wine, wine taster, wine tasters, wine connoisseur, wine connoisseurs, expensive, costly, rare, pricey, social status, wealth, wealthy, rich, the one percent, the 1%, affluent, money, cost, costs, price, prices, price decrease, price drop, the good old days, economy, recession, recessions, pricing, wine prices, wine pricing
'Well, maybe upteen zillion was too general a cost estimate.'
"I never expected you to pay through the nose."
"This place is one of New York's best-kept secrets."
Tags:restaurant, restaurants, secret, secrets, urban, food, foods, hospitality, food service industry, waiter, waiters, server, servers, couple, couples, relationship, relationships, boyfriend, boyfriends, girlfriend, girlfriends, date, dates, dating, first date, first dates, blind date, blind dates, new york, new york city, expensive, pricey, swanky
"Looks a little pricey"
"Do you mean that the only way I can have a slim body is by having a slim wallet?"
'Twenty one thousand dollars for one night?'
Antiques: Priceless artifacts, now reduced to pricey.
'Looks a little pricey.'