Okay so I was always one to spend a lot of money on things that didn't matter. At 16, that mainly meant one of four things: Food, Alcohol, Drugs, Transportation, period! I made enough money in a year to buy a car and instead had nothing to show for it.
Now, at 24 (almost 25), it's the complete opposite. Not only do I save a lot of money, but I spend it on things that are going to last me a long time, with multiple usage. Notably, books and movies.
I buy approximately 130-150$ worth of books per month and yet don't have the time to read them all. It's always "just in case". For example: I bought a book that is part of a trilogy and told myself if I like the first one i'll buy the remaining two. The following week I went to buy the second book without even reading the first. *sigh*
Another big problem of mine, is buying movies on special when I know I don't like them. Like the Pirates of Carribean Trilogy. They were $5.00 each. Why the hell not?! It's cheap, I tell myself, and you never know when you might want to watch a trilogy. They are now collecting dust.
So basically my addictions have moved on to purchasing Books and Movies.
What is your insane "adult" addiction?!
Candles are out,