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If You Had Any Of These 15 Specific Things Growing Up, You Were Probably A Rich Kid

Certain things make people with money stand out — especially as kids. Recently, I found this Reddit thread where people share things only rich kids had growing up and everything is SO ACCURATE. Here is what some people said:

1."A new car at 16."

Car with a large red bow on the hood, indicating a gift or prize
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2."The giant box of Crayola crayons with the sharpener in the back."

u/Big_T_464

"Oh, I coveted those! Me with my Tupperware full of mixed off-brand, partly used crayons."

u/janiestiredshoes

3."Dedicated child play spaces and playrooms in homes."

u/Way_2_Go_Donny

4."Ski lift passes attached to their winter jackets."

Three people in ski gear by a car in a snowy parking lot, preparing for skiing
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5."Kids having their own phone line."

u/MustangSallie

"A separate phone line for the computer so you didn't get kicked off the Internet when someone called the house."

u/jxrst9

6."A swing set. Even more so if it was wood and/or anchored to the ground."

Two children wearing superhero capes play near a swing set in a backyard
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7."My friend had a jet ski, and I could not conceive of a reality where my parents would buy me one of those."

u/Alternative_Run_6116

8."Appliances made of stainless steel and a fridge with an ice/water dispenser."

Person opening a stainless steel refrigerator door
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9."Birthday parties at the skating rink."

u/Ydok_The_Strategist

"Birthday parties anywhere other than their own home! Still remember the horse stable one a friend had."

u/Empress_Mama

10."Two-story houses."

u/Zaharizaka

"With a circle driveway."

u/btbpsm

11."A lot of Abercrombie, American Eagle, and Aeropostale that always looked like it had never been worn before."

Storefront of Abercrombie & Fitch with promotional signs for discounts in the window
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12."A trampoline. Bonus points if it was fully enclosed."

u/doublestrandpubes

13."A second fridge in the garage mostly for drinks."

u/Hematocheesy_yeah

14."Yearly vacations."

Three people jumping off a yacht into the sea, signifying leisure and financial freedom
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15."Kids having their own room and furniture that matched with cool bedcovers and curtains that matched. I never had my own room and nothing ever matched."

u/Asilene2-0

Is there anything else you would add? If so, share it with me in the comments below!