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The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

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Toilet Paper: Toilet Paper Man 3-ply 22 Carat Gold Flake ($1.3 million)

1 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Chocolate: Chocopologie Chocolate Truffle ($2,600)


2 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Bottled Water: Acqua di Cristallo Tributo a Modigliani ($60,000 per 750 ml)


3 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Bike: Trek Butterfly Madone ($500,000)


4 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Beer: Antarctic Nail Ale ($800 to $1,815 per bottle 500ml)


5 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Shirt: 3kg Gold Shirt ($250,000)




6 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Hot dog: 230 FIFTH Dog ($2,300)


7 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Pen: Aurora Diamante Fountain Pen ($1.47 million)


8 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Popcorn: Berco's Billion Dollar Popcorn ($250/gallon)


9 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Men's Perfume: Clive Christian No. 1 Pure Perfume for Men ($2,350)


10 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Sunglasses: Chopards Sunglasses ($408,496)


11 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Booze: Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne ($2 million)


12 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Coffee: Kopi Luwak ($600/lb or $50/cup)


13 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Sock: Vicuna Socks ($3,300)


14 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Car: Ferrari 250 GTO ($2,850,000)


15 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Cupcake: The Golden Phoenix ($1060)


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Whisky: Macallan 1946 ($460,000)


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Candle: The Ultimate Luxury Candle ($6,495 with diamond necklace)


18 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Ipod Dock: AeroDream One ($527,463)


19 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Guitar: Reach Out To Asia Fender Stratocaster Guitar ($2.8 million)


20 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Board Game: Royale Diamond Chess Set ($9.8 million)


21 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Stool: 110 lbs of solid gold stool ($1.3 million)


22 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Toothpaste: Theodent Toothpaste: ($300)


23 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Lighter: S.T. Dunpont Ligne 2 Champagne ($79,000)


24 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Book: The Codex Leicester of Leonardo da Vinci ($30.8 million)


25 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Women's Watch: Richard Mille Caliber RM 019 Celtic Knot Tourbillon Watch ($465,000)


26 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)

Jeans: Secret Circus Jeans ($1.3 million)


27 The Most Expensive Versions Of Everyday Items (27 pics)


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№1 Author: randomdude735 (7 Jan 2014 01:21) Total user comments: 393


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1.3 Million for ugly ass jeans?
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (7 Jan 2014 01:42) Total user comments: 2801


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#25 I don't know about the rest but "The Codex Leicester of Leonardo da Vinci holds the record for the sale price of any book, when it was sold to Bill Gates at Christie's auction house on 11 November 1994 in New York for $US30,802,500." (Wikipedia).
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№3 Author: shade (7 Jan 2014 02:30) Total user comments: 1264


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how the fuck do they see time on #26
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№4 Author: Jimmy Johnson (7 Jan 2014 02:44) Total user comments: 5518


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Let's just cut to the chase...

Make money with threads of 18 k gold in the ratio of the bill.
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№5 Author: CoyDog (7 Jan 2014 09:16) Total user comments: 135


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Ten million dollar chess set and they can't even set it up correctly!
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№6 Author: NIA666 (7 Jan 2014 11:32) Total user comments: 0


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Bitch please: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I

_Am_Rich
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№7 Author: Aindy (7 Jan 2014 14:41) Total user comments: 2790


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Now we know what to steal from peoples houses (even grab the toothpaste). Thanks AC!
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№8 Author: Son Of A Gunderson (7 Jan 2014 18:55) Total user comments: 123


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Only #25 is worth the money.

#13: People pay $600/lb for coffee that an animal ate then pooped out?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K
opi_Luwak

Honestly, I would try it. But I wouldn't pay for it.
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№9 Author: Big Pete (7 Jan 2014 20:09) Total user comments: 398


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What the hell is all this shit ????? Who needs this shit ???? :17: :17: :17: :17: :17:
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№10 Author: Lu (7 Jan 2014 22:08) Total user comments: 15082


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Vanity?
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№11 Author: BM (8 Jan 2014 00:44) Total user comments: 0


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Kopi Luwak coffee seeds are being eaten and shit out by a fox, a then the coffee is made. Somebody pays 50$ for a cup of fox shit.
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