Sure, they can afford to buy a real game of Jenga, but why bother? They already have all they need for Jenga in their pockets and purses. So instead of paying for a frivolous puzzle game, they can save up for something more useful, like a golden helicopter filled with Faberge Eggs.
If you live in a world where Centurion American Express cards are more common than rulers, you're living a charmed life. But in that case, why are you doing any sort of activity that requires using your hands? Couldn't you pay someone to do this for you?
A car for your 14th birthday? That can only mean one of two things. Either his family is so rich that they'll buy a car for the sole purpose of having it sit in the garage for two years, or they're so rich that laws no longer apply.
The Paradox of Choice is a real problem that comes from having too many choices and not being sure which one is best. It's one of the worst things that any person can ever experience. You know, as long as you don't count disease or famine or any other real problems.
"Ugh, going to school sucks! Especially since the cafeteria at my private school doesn't have my personal favorite brand of caviar, and all the seats are plated with gold instead of platinum! Life is hard!"
This Instagram photo was captioned with, "Rosé fountain...#hampslife #enjoysummerwhileyoucan." Because once summer's over, you can no longer have a Rosé fountain in the giant swimming pool. Instead, you have to move the Rosé fountain into one of the 97 rooms inside one of the 15 mansions.
If you get an Apple computer, tablet or phone every single day, you're probably doing pretty well for yourself. However, it won't really keep the doctor away. Because eventually, you'll need to see a therapist to cure you of hoarding.
When you've accidentally come into contact with a peasant, there's only one to do. And that's to wipe yourself off with as many large bills as possible. Of course, then the bills are contaminated, and you have to quickly throw them away.
When you leave home to go to college, it can be lonely. That's why it's always nice to return home and see the ones you love. Specifically, the green rectangular pieces of paper that you can exchange for goods and services.
Everyone's got that one uncle who's a total washout. Like the uncle who can only afford a regular-sized yacht instead of a giant yacht. But he's family, so you have to "be supportive" and "only complain about it a little."