Now we go to r/AskReddit, where u/joeyniles9 pondered the mysteries of the hobby world – namely this…
What are the hobbies of people called “rich people”?
We can all come up with something, but we don’t have to because Redditors got there first. Here are some serious and less serious suggestions.
Something that probably isn’t the first thing on people’s minds, but: aquariums.
Good God aquariums are all about an upfront investment in time, money and space.
Depending on where they live and how often they ski/snowboard
Summer vacation. Only rich people will ask another where they are “summering”.
I don’t think this is technically the answer you were looking for, but about an hour ago I saw an ad for a farmer’s market in a part of town that is essentially a rich people’s shopping district, and it’s THURSDAY from 8am to 11am.
Nothing screams “this is only for people with money” like being scheduled for a time when most people are working
We had a meet and greet with the new CEO of my company, and she told us that one of her passions is “real estate investing.”
Collecting cars…but not in the style of “on cinder blocks in the yard” 🤣
In Sweden it is tennis.
Even though tennis is not too expensive, all the millionaires/their children are there.
Watch the concert now via ticketmaster.
High-end auctions at places like Sotheby’s and Christies. Nothing says “excess wealth” like paying 6 figures for a vintage salt shaker to add to your already inexplicably large collection of antique salt shakers.
The primrose lily