11. Diamonds, besides the obvious genocidal reasons. There are literally stockpiles of diamonds to keep the price high.
12. Crack, because crack is wack.
13. Microtransactions. If we stop paying for them they’ll go away. But people would rather waste their time and money.
14. Soaps and body wash with microbeads. Horrible for the environment.
15. Lunch, seriously, start packing at home. I wish I could tell you how much money I saved. I can eat lunch for $2 as opposed to going out and spending $10-$12 every day.
16. GPUs for cryptocurrency mining.
17. Dogs from puppy mills.
18. Those fake “scientific” posts on Facebook and Twitter claiming X causes Y with a background of some mixing of two colored water.
19. Australians should stop buying extra warranty.
Statutory rights are not limited to a set time period. Instead, they apply for the amount of time that is reasonable to expect, given the cost and quality of the item. This means a consumer may be entitled to a remedy under their statutory rights after any manufacturer’s voluntary or extended warranty has expired.
20. Cigarettes are expensive, bad for you, bad for others, smoking is not cool. There are other things to do to release stress and boredom.
22. Pseudoscientific cures such as homeopathy essential oils.
23. Name brand drugs. Generics with the same active ingredients can save a boatload of money.
24. EA games.
25. Stop buying a new phone every year. Maybe if people stopped buying the new generation of iPhone as soon as it came out, phone makers would feel compelled to make important innovations in this kind of technology. Instead of the minimal improvements in camera, battery life, etc. Just feels like we’re kinda stagnant.