Here Are The 17 Most Ridiculously Expensive Versions Of Every Day Items. Seriously, $1.3m Toilet Paper.
JANUARY 9, 2014
Everyone reading this article will own the normal versions of the items on this list. Bottled water, toilet paper and shirts are pretty typical things to have in your house. However, insanely rich people have found a way to take seemingly normal items and make them cost a billion percent more. I'm not sure if I'm disgusted or impressed by this.
Toilet paper: $1.3 million 3-ply 22 carat gold flake paper.
Bottled water: $60, 000 per 750 ml Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani
Beer: $800 - $1,815 per bottle Antarctic Nail Ale
Shirt: $250,000 gold shirt
Hot dog: $2,300 230 FIFTH dog
Pen: $1.47 million Aurora Diamante fountain pen
Popcorn: $250/gallon Berco’s Billion Dollar Popcorn
Sunglasses: $408,496 Chopard sunglasses
Alcohol: $2 million Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne
Coffee: $600/lb Kopi Luwak
Socks: $3,300 Vicuna socks
Cupcake: $1,060 Golden Phoenix
iPod dock: $527,463 AeroDream One
Board game: $9.8 million Royale Diamond chess set
Stool: $1.3 million gold stool (110lbs)
Toothpaste: $300 Theodent toothpaste
Book: $30.8 million Codex Leicester of Leonardo da Vinci
It's hard not to be driven crazy by the fact that there are people in the world that can actually afford to buy these things. To be fair, though, most of them are probably Saudi princes.