Is it ok to buy rather costly ties?

I'm wondering if it's OK, since high prices are underrated. If I buy a very costly tie for a Christmas celebration, or spend most of my money just for an atheist tie, even a green paisley tie, because they're the finest and suitable for any occasion (the one for Christmas), even save up my money because right now I don't have $73, would that be OK?

Is It OK To?
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  • It doesn't matter, just please take your medication.

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    • i bets its hans gittin posh off the after holidays sale

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      • Oh yeah! I guess it's good to see his infatuation with the Amish has passed. Nothing against the plain folk, but I've heard that those people run a lot of puppy mills, so... you know Big Rosie ain't down with anythang that is cruel to animals.

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    • Never! I don't need medication, smart is sane, therefore smart is good for the mind, it's not bad for the mind, there's no contradiction of that or any special case, I saw and touched my mind and it felt and looked supersane to me. Stop with this terrible statement, I was talking about an expensive tie, not my mental illness (my mental illness doesn't exist), I'm not stupid, crazy, disabled, or anything like that, I'm unrelated, I'm not to be introduced to the disabled people, any mention of doctors, disabilities, or anything like that offends me, I'm unrelated, and I'll celebrate my completely sane mind (and I don't feel stupid, I'm not giving you the satisfaction) with a bottle of wine.

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  • A three dollar tie and a fifty dollar ties can both work it depends on the suit that complements them!

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    • Well done! These things come in handy with a dinner suit. My dinner suit was rather expensive, I got the money (on my key card) from Wendy and it turns out that it buys the best. It's a MarcDarcy London by the way, which is a tweed, just the jacket and not the pants, it still amounts to looking exactly like a suit, and can go with my orange corduroy pants, along with my atheist tie which I think will work in any formal function.

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