‘Why dad bought a new TV? Our TV at hall didn’t show a sign of malfunction yet’ that was the question crossed my mind and i was surprised to see Sony Bravia box at the back of the car. (Nice Bravia ad)
After setting up the luxurious 32 inch Sony Bravia LCD TV, I asked my father:
Me: Dad, why did you actually buy this TV, ours didn’t broke yet?
Father: I was getting bored waiting your mom’s to finish her aerobic class, so I entered the store and bought TV and Laptop.
Me: A laptop? You just bought PC last year. Don’t you think it’s kinda wasting?
Father: Nope, it’s kinda mobile. I can go online wherever I want.
Me: Ok dad, it’s your money and I can’t argue about that.
Father: Relax, son! It only eats me RM150 a month.
My father has the purchasing power of four times better than me and his desire is likely four times than mine. He has less commitment and responsibility than before – what I mean here is that he only finances my younger sister and my brother’s cost of living and education. His other four children have live on their own feet and don’t need financial support from their father anymore.
As a conclusion, my father has a lot of money with low expenses, so he started to strike off all the things on his wish list.