Luxury: n. an expensive sensory experience(s) and/or a subset(s) which frequently also implies the relative rarity of the experience(s) or subset(s) and it frequently is not a necessity
A luxury is not a necessity but that still does not keep some humans from desiring it intensely. We frequently envy or dream of having what we don’t or can’t have and luxurious products such as designer clothes, mansions, yachts, airplanes, and expensive cars are high on the list of desirable things which some humans deeply crave.
Luxury is a status symbol for many who view it as a symbol for successful rich living and that is why it has so much allure.
Con artists frequently use luxury items as a background for their con games misleading investors into thinking the con scheme is a big money maker when in fact it is only a luxurious front designed to cheat you out of your hard earned money.
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