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$33.5 Million House Most Expensive Spring Listing

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According to Time, one of spring's most expensive listings is a $33.5 million home in Dallas, Texas. The 4 bedroom and 8.5 bathroom beauty is legendary product of architect Robert A.M. Stern.

$105,000 In Parking Tickets

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There has never been a scenario in the world where a parking ticket isn't incredibly enough. But one Chicago woman has truly learned exactly how annoying parking tickets can be.

2 Chainz and the $10,000 Bong

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2 Chainz refused to be outdone by anybody on 4/20, the annual holiday for marijuana lovers everywhere to celebrate the green, smelly stuff.

How UFC's Dana White Spends His Money

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If you're a big fan of UFC and MMA fighting, you have a lot of thanks to give to President Dana White. Outspoken and firm, White is one of the most recognizable figures in modern sports, and his rumored spending practices makes him a likable one, too.

$1,000 iPhone Apps Really Do Exist

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If you're like us, you've probably only paid for a handful of IPhone apps in your lifetime, and to shell out the two bucks for them was probably a really tough decision. At the end of the day, Plants vs. Zombies was totally worth it, but would you ever even consider buying an app not only upwards of ten bucks, but nearly $1,000?

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