5 Expensive Hobbies

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What is your favorite hobby? Do you like building those little ships in the bottle or collecting dolls? Maybe you're a baseball card collector or you like to buy cheap items at garage sales and fix them up for resale? Maybe your hobby seems like it takes a lot of your money, but it's likely cheap compared to some of the most expensive hobbies. Calculating costs can be difficult since it is highly dependent on the person's level of immersion in his or her hobby, but what is for certain is that if you're going to make these your after-work passions, it's going to take some giant-sized funds.
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