Open Letter to People Who Flex Their Money

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Open Letter to People Who Flex Their Money

Manuel Yanez (11) tells Hallie Ward (11) about how much money he has in his wallet.

Manuel Yanez (11) tells Hallie Ward (11) about how much money he has in his wallet.

Manuel Yanez (11) tells Hallie Ward (11) about how much money he has in his wallet.

Manuel Yanez (11) tells Hallie Ward (11) about how much money he has in his wallet.

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Dear People Who Flex Their Money,

I’m a little confused. I don’t really understand your need to bring up how much money you have every five seconds. Do you get some kind of satisfaction out of annoying everyone around you? Is your goal to make sure that everyone within the classroom knows just how much you have? If anything, you just irritate people. I have listened and observed people I know brag about how much money they spent on their shoes or how much money they wasted at the mall that weekend and then proceed to complain about spending that much. If you hate spending so much, then don’t. News flash, it makes you seem shallow and most of us assume that because of your age, you are flexing your parents’ money, not your own. No one is impressed. However, if you wish to have people pretend to listen to you, talk on. There is nothing more displeasing than listening to someone drone on and on about how much they plan to spend on something. And when you post about it online, that is so annoying! Like, we get it, you have money. Stop talking about it! We have all heard it before, we do not need to see twenty-thousand posts about it too. So, to the people who do this, rein it at least a little, yeah? If you want to impress people, then tell them about all the good deeds you have done with that money.

Sincerely,

A Herald Staff Member