If you have $40,000 lying around and need a place to stay for the night, come on over to my place and I’ll split the cash with you try the Ty Warner Penthouse at Four Seasons in New York. Yes that Ty Warner — the dude responsible for Beanie Babies. For just $40k you have access to the amazing, over the top suite, along with a 24-hour butler, a cheauffeur who will drive you around in a Rolls-Royce, a personal trainer, but surprisingly not a life coach. What gives? If someone is dropping $40,000 on a hotel room, they clearly need some direction! The place is 800 feet up from street level, so it’s got stunning views of the city, plus it’s equipped with all the luxuries $40 grand has to offer like a grand piano, sinks carved out of rock crystal, and 22-carat gold threaded bed sheets. Say whaaaat? All this makes me wonder aloud, why the hell can’t I be rich? And then I hear a voice coming from above that answers back: “Because you’re lazy. Try getting a job!” I think it’s coming from upstairs. Kinda sounds like my mom. OMG, I wonder if lunch is ready?!


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