So given these explanations, if I were to ever win the lottery, my first non-necessity purchase [how amazing would it be to call the student loan company and say....*ahem* "I'm feeling saucy my good man, what say we take care of this $**,*** bill" and you run it on your debit card AND IT CLEARS...they would think it was a prank... ] would be this:
No, not a car or a home or a boat or a vacation (obv those would happen too, it's the lottery after all.) But a couch. Utterly perfect in its rigid squshy-ness. Uber traditional and somewhat (ok a lot) Pompus-looking, yes, but friendly too, imagine how squishy and comfy it must be. I mean, can't you just smell the leather? Don't you love? It's saved in my email as "do not delete this link until you can afford one." It costs as much as my car, which I had to take out a loan and obtain a cosigner to buy, so ya know, it might be a while. But I can wait.
Next would be something like this:
Right now I'm currently working on gathering the Penguin Classics in the vintage-ey looking cloth bound editions. I know if I have them I'll have to read them, which isn't necessarily a bad thing either.
I mean, I'd LOVE to have the leather-bound sets my parents had, but the cloth are charming, no? I think leather-bound may be a little stuffy for me anyway.
The only other thing I would purchase immediately if finances would allow, would be
After that, I do believe I'd have to go car shopping.