I originally meant this feature to be how you spent your literal last hundred dollars before you ran out of money and had no money. Turns out not everyone does that! But I do.
$10, Think Coffee, yogurt and an iced chai (Drank that iced chai in two sips why have I been messing around with iced coffee, this is where it’s AT) (“Breakfast”) (Also the yogurt exploded in my bag but I still ate ittttttttttt)
$2, corner deli, red Gatorade (was texting with a friend who wasn’t feeling well, and was thinking, I should offer to bring him a red Gatorade, then thought: actually, I want to drink a red Gatorade myself, so did the latter and not the former) (great friend)
$75, therapy (I pay cash and always apologize for the state of the bills) (crumpled) (too many ones)
$5, Pret, cheddar and tomato sando (standard after therapy fare)
$1, newsstand, peanut M&Ms (what I really wanted was a Snickers and then at the last second I grabbed the M&Ms and I don’t know why and I still don’t) (“health”???) (you know, because nuts) (“will last longer”?!?!?) (ate the whole bag in < 1 block)
$1, Dunkin Donuts, chocolate cake doughnut (before I lived in New York I had a ritual that whenever I flew out of the city I’d buy a Dunkin Donut at the airport, always plain with pink frosting. I went into this one to buy that exact donut because I had one dollar left and it was BURNING ME, I couldn’t stop thinking about it, so: doughnut. But I thought, since this is my last dollar, maybe I should get something “more substantial” that will “last” and “fill me up” so I’m not “hungry anymore” so I went with chocolate cake lol what) (also this was only the second time I’ve been in the Dunkin Donuts by my house) (health) (no: snob)
That’s not quite $100. The balance was spent at the bar, surely.
Where’d your last hundred bucks go? I want to know. Tell me: email@example.com