WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet |CONTACT
A Betoota Heights woman has let the world at large know that she’s now living very comfortably.
Ashley Wilson informed everyone of the fact she’s no longer managing her finances on a week to week basis by purchasing an exorbitantly priced vacuum cleaner.
The lawyer at an Old City District firm called Charging Bull & Associates confirmed to The Advocate this afternoon that she is now comfortable enough financially to drop more than an average wage after tax on a household cleaning appliance.
“Yeah, I cleared the credit card a long time ago, I don’t have any dependents and I live in my own studio so I’m at a stage in my life where I can start placing value on big-ticket quality items,” she explained.
Wilson then explained that she did think twice about spending nearly 1200 bucks on a vacuum cleaner.
“It’s a lot of money, but I’ve got it now. I’ve finally made it into the Upper Middle Class and I’ve got a disposable income.”
“I guess all those long weeknights spent at my desk slaving away are all worth it now.”