I work in Private Wealth Management, which basically means our target client is worth at least $10 million.
It was very shocking when I started here - seeing people buying $80,000 cars IN CASH, or multimillion dollar homes IN CASH.
It didn't take long for me to get desensitized to it, and start calling transactions under like $100,000 "small". I will never in my life ever have that kind of money, but after being around people that do for many years, I don't even bat an eyelash when talking about this...
FWIW, my yearly salary is probably what some of these clients earn in interest on their accounts in ONE MONTH.
Me: BGF - 33
I gave you more than I ever got back
You left me here to forget about that
All the things you thought you had have gone
Let that be a lesson to you
-Richie Kotzen, "Special"