With people from 1% of the population owning more than half of the world’s wealth, perhaps the money is so countless, they may not even know where their money is going.

Here is a list of extremely expensive items, extremely luxurious, but completely useless, but only the super-rich can afford to buy money.

Shopping bag: 1000 USD

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 1.

Who dare to think this bag is $ 1,000. We often get free at the supermarket or at least buy more than ten thousand.

Listening to the price of $ 1000, many people will think this shopping bag must be very good, at least also made of animal skin or silk is something with fashionable style. But no, the $ 1000 shopping bag is just a plastic bag that looks like a bag of trivia that we usually get for free at the supermarket. Of course, with such material, this is also the bag used several times and then throw away.

The bag is a product of Balenciaga fashion brand.

Hello Kitty Memorial – $ 163,000

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 2.

Considering the material, this price is perfectly reasonable.

Hello Kitty is a familiar character, probably everyone has a lovely cat nose, this may be a notebook, pen box, bed sheets, or stuffed animals. However, no one dares to think that cats from Japan are so valuable at this level.

However, to make this small statue, people have to use a variety of precious stones such as ruby, pink rose, purple amethyst, emerald. Therefore, the price of thousands of items for this product is natural.

But, is there a need to create a gemstone Hello Kitty statue?

Tea bag – $ 14,000

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 3.

The value of this tea bag is not because of the tea inside.

Even tea drinkers never buy expensive tea bags that are ridiculous.

$ 14,000 hand-crafted teacup to celebrate Brooke Bond’s PG Tips tea anniversary. The tiny tea bag is 280 diamonds.

Stapler – 210 USD

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 4.

If you are a freak, like luxury furniture, buy this stingray.

In the Internet age, except for accountants and students, who cares about staples? But if you are too wealthy and tired of “getting” too much money, you can spend some money to buy the 24 gold staples. Also included is a velvet jewelery box for gold pins.

 

The stone is shaped like meat – $ 1.255 million

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 5.

This can be called the most useless item in the world.

You do not look wrong, this is a rock shaped like a piece of meat. This stone can be used for one thing: Flooding you on April Fool’s Day. But because the stone is worth more than a million dollars, if you have it, you should use it daily for a fee.

Toilet paper – $ 1.38 million

Giấy toilet bằng vàng, túi nhựa đi chợ giá 1000 USD, đây chính là những thứ xa xỉ nhưng vô dụng nhất trên đời - Ảnh 6.

Since it is made of gold leaf, this paper is very safe to use.

That’s enough money for you to buy a Rolls-Royce supercar. But if you have too many super cars then you can instead buy a car, buy a roll of toilet paper. This paper is made from 22 carat gold leaves, so rest assured that you are not bought expensive.

Not TV or jet engines, but toilet paper, custard cakes and new fish dishes are the prominent nominees for the title of Britain’s greatest inventions.

Ảnh minh họa – Nguồn: Internet

Indianexpress said that all members of the British parliament had participated in the most important inventor nomination campaign in the history of the country, to serve the upcoming exhibition.

Accordingly, custard cakes, mashed potato sandwiches, fish fingers and SCA toilet paper are among the greatest inventions in the UK.

“This is a classic British invention,” said John Stevenson, representing Carlisle, who nominated Custard Cake.

“I’m proud of the fish fingers produced by my local company,” said congressman Austin Mitchell.

Guy Opperman nominated one of the five famous Sanitary Paper Company SCA. “Local people I long queue to become employees of the plant,” he said.

In addition, Minister of Justice Dominic Grieve, representative of Beaconsfield, proposed the launching seat of Martin Baker – the rescue system for fighter pilots. “Martin-Baker’s invention saved more than 7,350 lives.”

The nomination and exhibition campaign commemorates Britain’s great inventions, according to the idea of ​​British Business Secretary Vince Cable. “We export these items to every corner of the world,” Cable said.

“I hope the legendary British exhibition will be more wonderful than anything else,” said Congressman Chris White, campaign chairman.

According to Vnexpress.

Taiwan is calling on people to keep calm, do not speculate stock toilet paper.

Taiwan is in the midst of a deluge of toilet paper, which is rapidly evaporating on store shelves in shopping centers, convenience stores, and so on. Births will rise sharply after the Lunar New Year holiday.

Taiwan’s bushfire has boosted its production of toilet paper, averaging $ 650 a tonne to $ 800 a tonne.

This has prompted vendors to inform retailers in Taiwan that sanitary paper will increase prices by 10 to 30 percent by mid-March. The Central Taiwan Information Agency (CNA) A 12-cent roll of conventional toilet paper costs $ 6.84, now up to $ 8.89.

After rising prices, Taiwanese consumers are starting to rush to the supermarkets, buying as much toilet paper as possible. Pictures last weekend showed that the toilet paper shelves had become blank, even without the goods to load up.

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Đài Loan đang đối mặt khủng hoảng giấy vệ sinh, người dân đổ xô đi mua vì lo cháy hàng - Ảnh 2.

A video shared on social networking sites showed masses buying toilet paper in rushes and rushes. Within 16 seconds, a new batch of toilet paper was shipped to Costco.

According to CNA, ETMall, one of the largest retailers in Taiwan, said that the 20 best sellers in the past few days were toilet paper, which was a 10-fold increase. Even, many domestic toilet paper brands have burned up, not producing enough to sell.

In response to this crisis, Taiwan has reassured consumers and confirmed that toilet paper prices will not increase until mid-March, so it is not necessary to stock up on paper in such a panic.

Wu Cheng-hsueh, deputy director general of the Consumer Protection Department, said major Taiwanese retailers have claimed to keep toilet paper prices at an average level, pledging not to take advantage of the situation to make profit. .

In addition, the Consumer Protection Department will conduct on-site inspections of retail stores to ensure that toilet paper is not over-priced. If retailers are found collusion to increase prices, they could be fined up to 50 million (nearly 39 billion).
More funny, some business owners picking up the game has replaced the gift inside with … toilet paper. Each turn cost about $ 0.69, pledge to pick what type is also hit.

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According to Shanghaiist.

Jian Yang, a guy from Singapore, is famous for being the man with the world’s largest collection of dolls. Information about his massive collection has been known, but recently he again made people surprised when the announcement of the doll dress was made from a beautiful toilet paper as a designer profession.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 1.

Luxurious dresses made of toilet paper

The series of costumes designed for dolls with the theme of wedding dresses is the product received a lot of praise from netizens. Only with simple and easy-to-clean tools such as toilet paper, wet towels and sticky tape, under Jian Yang’s hand, they turned into gorgeous wedding gowns that many girls wished to wear. times.

As revealed from Jian Yang, he made these dresses while traveling but had free time and had time at the hotel. Looking at the beautiful work that he created, many people advised him to turn to pursue a designer’s career.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 2.

A wedding dress that certainly many girls want to be in real life.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 3.

How does this doll look like an Oscar nominee?

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 4.

Beautiful dress to every detail

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 5.

Alexander Wang may also have to respect this handsome guy in part.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 6.

There are many other styles that he tried as a dress on here.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 7.

Or “Dutch girl” style like this.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 8.

Even traditional kimono costume from Japan.

It is known that this guy began to have a collection of dolls since the age of 13. At that time, Yang’s first doll was “Great Shape”. Initially, although he liked dolls, Jian knew he could not get the gift. But when he grew up, he allowed himself to buy toys that were only for girls.

Dolls purchased from business trips, purchased by auction or purchased online. Some are also sent by friends. Yang’s doll house occupies all three sides of the main room, then nine cabinets in the dressing room and several bookshelves. However, Yang said he would buy another house to continue to own more dolls.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 9.

At the age of 33, this Yang man had about 9,000 dolls with 6,000 Barbie dolls and the remaining 3,000 dolls.

Chẳng phải lụa là gấm vóc, những con búp bê đầy ấn tượng này được làm từ chất liệu không ai ngờ: Giấy vệ sinh - Ảnh 10.

It has been estimated that over the past 20 years, Yang has spent about $ 500,000 (about 8.25 billion dong) on this special hobby.