If you’re a small guy, you don’t realize how much you’re spending on the kitchen. Just say “50 pounds a week.
Ok, we all know that the average small guy spends $750-$1,000 a month on food, and that the average big guy spends $3,400-$4,000 a month.
Thats good, and it can be a good way to get a lot of bang for your buck. However, if youre going to spend that much on the kitchen, you might want to consider spending it on a nice stereo system. As an example, the average home stereo costs $600. So, for a small guy buying a new stereo would cost $5,000. As an example, the average home stereo system costs $3,500.
A nice stereo system would cost, by my estimate, approximately 50 pounds of rupees. That is a lot of rupees to spend, but if you happen to be an Indian living in the US, it is about as much as you can realistically spend. So, if you want to get the most bang for your buck, you should probably spend some of it on the stereo.
I could easily justify 50 pounds of rupees as a perfectly reasonable price for a home stereo system. But to live in the US, it will probably cost you a lot more, and I have to tell you that your local dollar store will not accept it. It is not a problem with just the US, but with the rest of the world, too.
Most countries don’t accept rupees on an official exchange. It’s a bit of a weird thing to put a currency into a suitcase and take it across the world, but, there is no doubt that it is an unfair practice. As a way of saying no, I do not believe that it is a problem that’s specific to India.
India is one of the few places in the world that has a currency that is not officially recognized in the country. That’s what I’m talking about here. There is no official exchange rate that you can put a rupee into. So when you take your rupee, you are not only going to be charged for it, but when you spend it, there will be a lot of confusion over the exchange rate. That’s not a problem with just India, but with the world.