There’s no way around it – unexpected expenses are a bummer for anyone, no matter how much money you have. Be it your car starts having problems or a medical issue, it often can’t be avoided. Sometimes it’s something that we don’t really need, but can’t imagine being without, going on the fritz – a TV, for example. For me, the latest unexpected expense is my mini fridge in my room has just conked out and I’m torn between whether to get another one or not, especially when I am not sure if I might move again this year.
The main reasons for having such a fridge in my room? Laziness, greed, and not wanting to deal with my roommate’s many tricks. Laziness because it’s nice to not be wearing anything at times and able to grab something from the fridge. Greed because I’ve had too many sodas taken from the main fridge that my stupid roommate never replaces and it pisses me off (if any of you dominants are reading this and stop by, please note, my stuff is NOT for the taking for free. My roommate is into all that, but I’m not – what’s mine is mine). And while some of the guys I’ve met have been perfectly nice, there’s so many random guys in and out of here at times that are never announced to me prior… having my own space just was nice. I’d still need to go out for water sometimes anyways, but I could do it once to fill up glasses for my room that were then refrigerated, rather than multiple trips back and forth. There’s that laziness again.
Of course, part of the reason I spent money on fridge for my room (as well as microwave that thankfully is still working) is because I didn’t spend my money… I used gift card balances from what you inferiors had sent me. And if I get a new one, as unnecessary as it is, I’d again be using your money. And that’s the difference between unexpected expenses for a cashmaster versus a cashslave – because a cashmaster like me has that comfort zone thanks to all his pay pigs and cashfags. I simply need to decide now if that’s what I want to use your money on, or save that money for other things I’d want. (In the meantime, I have added one to my wishlist that I hope is more reliable – hard to find a compact fridge/freezer that doesn’t have a reputation for conking out after a year, and I welcome other suggestions as well – though delivery needs to be either before 12/28 or after 1/10/15).
And another great thing is, I don’t need to use a credit card that will also have interest, because I have your money. Meanwhile, you inferior pay pigs are meant to keep paying your Cashmaster(s) even when times get tight for you. It doesn’t matter if you have to open new credit cards and end up with lots of debt with high interest rates. When that urge is in you to give, you don’t worry about if unexpected expenses will come up. And whereas to me it’s a bummer, an unexpected expense to you might be like, ‘Shit.’ But it doesn’t matter, because you exist to work hard, budget, sacrifice and suffer for those that are Superior.
Unexpected expenses suck… but you should be absorbing both the unexpected expenses of superior CashMasters and your own unexpected expenses without complaining, and without skimping. So, go ahead pig – send me something I want or need from my wishlist, or a nice gift card or some cash as tribute.