On Balance It is Justified for Young Adults to be "Exquisitely Poor"
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"Exquisitely poor": As a buzzword, the meaning of the word is to describe a way of life that is common among young people. A quote says, "Although I didn't make a lot of money, I didn't give up the pursuit of 'exquisiteness'. In my point of view, because of this, I was able to live a fulfilled life. I became poor for the life I yearn for and the things I like. (Spend most to all of money on desired products) Despite my lack of finances, I live happily and brightly."
"Young Adult": Between 18 and 25 years old.
Your situation is always what you make of it. I think to be young and poor is as good a time as any. If life is about becoming who you want to be, I don't think anyone expects you to get there immediately. Therefore, I have to agree one can be "exquisitely poor" so to speak.
For luxuries they are willing to buy to sacrifice their wealth state, it is fine. For those that buy luxuries yet hate their situation because they are poor, they deserve it.
You need to stop base your entire debate database on a tv showS
Got more important things to do
then accept this debate. Unless you think "Exquisitely poor" is an exception.
Being poor sucks ass.