How To Justify Buying A Bugatti Veyron

Now that you have saved up all your pennies for your dream ride, you need to know how to justify buying a Bugatti Veyron.  Sure, you probably have convinced yourself, but your significant other may not be as easily convinced. The Bugatti Veyron is an expensive purchase that is not easily justified to most people.

  1. Review the perks of buying a Bugatti Veyron. Go deep for this one. A perk does not mean that the Bugatti Veyron is a cool car that none of your friends have. A perk is all that other stuff that you briefly saw listed on the seller's tag before you moved on to how cool you would look in it. Focus on the positives and gloss over the negatives when trying to justify buying the Bugatti Veyron.
  2. Get her excited about the purchase. Believe it or not, women like fast cars, too. Women also like the idea of being the first of her friends to have something. If you buy a Bugatti Veyron, chances are she will be the only one in the whole community that is riding in one. Of course you will have to let her drive it sometimes, but that is a small price to pay for buying a Bugatti Veyron.
  3. Obtain financing for the car. If you are blessed to have the money laying around in cash, don't worry about financing the car. For the rest of you poor slobs out there who don't have a million sitting around, you will have to finance the car. To finance the car, you will need to prove that you are financially capable of paying for the car in the future and have a down payment. If you can convince the financing company that you are justified in buying a Bugatti Veyron on credit, you can do anything in the world.

If all else fails and you are still unable to justify buying a Bugatti Veyron to your significant other, buy her something expensive. You can use the shine off a new diamond ring to distract her while you finance your million dollar car. Take heed though. A thousand dollar ring is not a big enough distraction.

 

 

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