Now…WTFBlog has posted a few similar stories in its time, worlds most expensive house, dildo, and now we move onto clothing!
TheSun has revealed the worlds most expensive suit!
A FASHION-lover has bought the world’s most expensive suit for £70,000 ($130K!!!!!)
The one-off creation — being delivered to its mystery buyer in central London tonight — has nine 18-carat gold and pave set diamond buttons.
It contains qiviuk, the world’s most expensive wool, blended with pashmina and has 5,000 individual stitches.
Designer Alexander Amosu said: “The suit is the ultimate in luxury — the best in the world.”
If you could afford one, would you splash out on one?
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So a crazy news hunter of mine Daniel messaged me this morning about this interesting story..the worlds most expensive places to have sex!
For obvious reasons you can’t recycle a condom, but have you ever wondered which countries “tax” sex the most?
Well… Environmental Graffiti has decided to create a detailed graphical diagram, complete with wallpaper download for your viewing pleasure. The data, which gives the average condom price around the world has been compiled from UK price comparison site pricerunner and a blogger from an interesting little site called condomunity. We thought we’d go one step further however, and create a graphic representation of the findings – I think you’ll agree the graph makes for ‘interesting’ viewing.
When looking at it, please don’t deduce that bar heights are correlated to penis size (that’s just offensive).
Shanghai came out the cheapest with an average price of just $4.50 (£2.25), whilst Ireland was the country where sex costs the most (!) at almost $18 (£9) on average for a pack – (perhaps due to the hostility of the Catholic Church towards contraception?). Prices within the US showed a high amount of variation, from $9.50 (£4.75) in Houston to nearly $15 (£7.50) in New York – feel free to extrapolate from that what you wish…
Condoms can’t be recycled and as such may be considered damaging to the environment. And the solution offered for most things that either cannot be recycled or damage the environment? Tax. Petrol, plastic bags (soon), driving in central London, all cost at a premium. But putting a price on sex? Well that’s just cheap…
Image and source courtesy of HERE
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