For the rich, greasy burgers and fries at McDonald’s just won’t work! These stuff are just too lowly and won’t satisfy hunger much more, feed the ego. Here is a list of the most insanely expensive food stuff in the world.
Yubari King Melons
This cantaloupe cultivar is prized for its juicy sweetness and beautiful proportions. To be able to bear that name, melons must be grown in the small Japanese town of Yubari, which only produces a limited number of the fruit each year. A perfectly matched pair can fetch as much as $26,000 during auctions. Regular Yubari melon, on the other hand, can damage you between $50 and $100 in Japanese department stores.
Looking for something that will surely put sparkles on your beloved pooch’s eyes? You might want to consider I Love Dogs Diamonds’ special diamond encrusted dog collar. Amour Amour, from the I Love Dogs La Collection de Bijoux, is a 52-carat diamond collar featuring three tiers of diamonds in a chandelier design.
The collar, which is studded with 1,600 diamonds, can be on your pet’s precious neck for the special price of $3.2 million.
Swiss jewelry maker La Maison Shawish launches mushroom-shaped flash drives that fetch as much as $36,900, making them the most pricey flash drives on the planet. The gadgets can store up to 32GB of data and are covered in diamonds and other precious gems, which explains their outrageous price tags.
The luxury USB flash drives, called Magic Mushroom, was inspired by Alice in Wonderland and is supposed to bring back childhood memories. They come in a variety of colors and prices. The pink version, covered in pink sapphires and white diamonds, is the cheapest at $16,500.
If you are super rich and doesn’t mind that your mobile phone can’t use apps, email, or mobile internet, as long as it is clad in 18-carat gold, you might want to take a look at Aesir’s AE+Y phone.
The limited edition mobile phone, which retails at a staggering 42,000 euros (that’s roughly $60,000), is just that, a mobile phone. It doesn’t boast of other mind blowing features such as touch sceen, mobile internet, and HD cameras. All it can offer are speed dial, call forwarding, built-in calculator, and a 2″ LCD screen.
But what it lacked in function, it made up in form. According to the manufacturer, the edge-to-edge key design is a first in mobile handsets. Its barebones user interface was shaped by renowned designer Tom Hingston, and the phone’s unorthodox keypad is laser-engraved and features “advanced LED backlighting.”