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    Man Stops Buying Starbucks For A Year And Saves Enough To Buy A House

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    Once addicted to Starbucks, Jeremy Isals, a forty-five-year-old Southern Californian resident, stopped buying his usual grande vanilla latte for an entire year and saved enough money to purchase a mansion.

    “It just kind of happened,” said Jeremy, “like everyone during the pandemic I just changed certain habits and then one day, after withdrawing twenty dollars from the ATM for toilet paper, I looked at my balance and there it was — two million dollars — well let’s just say I was flabbergasted. I had no idea how much I was spending on designer coffee drinks. I couldn’t wait to move out of my mom’s and I quickly used all two million for a down payment on a one bedroom condo about five hundred miles from the beach. I couldn’t be happier.”

    Jermey Isals is not the only person finding that they have extra money after ceasing certain spending habits. Larsen Cafree also stopped purchasing Starbucks. “I can’t say why or how it happened, but I went online to pay some bills and there it was — an extra thirty thousand. It took me a while to figure it out, but I hadn’t bought any coffee in over a week.”

    We reached out to Starbucks for a comment on there overly priced caffeinated drinks, but officials from the company have not reached out to us yet.

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