The most recent example I can think of is how DH wants a motorcycle and it seems like every one of his friends has to weigh in on the subject. First of all, we don't have the money for another payment right now. We're paying off medical bills and my honest opinion is, a motorcycle is not a necessity. I'm sure he'll get one eventually but not right now. We keep hearing about how "it's only X amount of dollars every month." It would be nice to have X amount of money every month just to have for incidentals like last weekend when DH's car broke down. Of course the people giving all this "advice" don't have children or a mortgage. I don't want to be rude but it does get old.
Does anyone else ever have this type of thing come up? How do you handle it?
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