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Just won the Publisher's Clearing House prize of $1.3-million a year for life (1 in 1.3-billion odds), and want to splurge on something extravagant? For one, the Boeing AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter you see above may be well out of your price range, unfortunately. There are much better ways of spending your money that revolve around investments, but these rich kids of Snapchat have other ideas. Continue reading to see more strange ways these teens use their (or parents) money.

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With land getting scarcer in the New York City, penthouses are soaring in price, and this includes a stunning Clocktower Penthouse Apartment, located in the trendy DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. Developed by David Walentas, this massive clock tower originally built by cardboard manufacturers has been transformed into 6,813 square feet luxury penthouse. Featuring 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and expansive views of the Brooklyn Bridge to New York Harbor. The architects kept the four 14-foot high round windows housing the clocks to bring in plenty of natural light. Still interested? It'll set you back a cool $18-million, possibly less if an all cash offer is made. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the real-life Peter Griffin doing stand up.

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At first glance, this may appear to be a brand new Apple Store, but in reality, it's just an ultra luxurious penthouse at Skylofts on Hudson Street in TriBeCa, NYC. This four-bedroom, 4.5 bathroom glass cube has 360-degree views of Manhattan and the Hudson River is owned by by William Duker, a private investor who did a stint in prison for defrauding the government. It's returned to the market with a hefty $48 million listing price. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Where there's a social network, you'll find plenty of rich kids who either inherited money or started their own company at a very early age and cashed out. Though you won't find much of the latter here, these 24 images do show how some extremely wealthy children / teens spend their days and money. First up, someone who bought a brand new £1.2-million Bugatti using their AMEX Centurion black card. Continue reading for more.

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Unlike the upcoming iPhone 6, Vertu's $11,380 Signature Touch phone is made of titanium and has a screen that's protected by sapphire crystal, along with a leather-clad chassis. All buyers get a 24-hour concierge available via voice, email and live chat and an built-in app offers exclusive access to sporting events and private members' clubs worldwide. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Have $15.3 million sitting around collecting dust, or at least until a jeweler gets their hands on Apple's upcoming iPhone 6? The example you see above was created by UK-based designer Stuart Hughes and the £10 million (about $15.3 million) iPhone is coated in solid gold and features both black and white diamonds. Continue reading to see most expensive versions of everyday things.

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The Saleen S7 Twin Turbo was an updated revision of the original S7. The twin-turbocharged version went on sale in 2005 for $585,296 USD, replacing standard S7 production. Then engine boasts two Garrett turbochargers producing 5.5 psi (0.4 bar) of boost, increasing the maximum power to 750 horsepower (760 PS/559 kW) at 6300 rpm, and the maximum torque to 700 lb-ft (949 Nm) at 4800 rpm. The front and rear diffusers and the rear spoiler were also reworked to increase downforce by 60. It has a top speed of 248mph. Continue reading for more.

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LEGO fans rejoice!. Soon you'll be able to sail aboard a mega yacht that was inspired by both LEGO and skyscrapers. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, swimming pools, a staircase that doubles up as a stage and glass elevators. It was created by designer Lujac Desautel's and boasts 5,600 square feet of roaming space and twin hulls. According to Desautel, "Each floor is entirely dedicated to maximizing the amount of living space for guests and crew on board." Similar to a skyscraper, glass is used to reflect the surrounding area (in this case, the ocean) and an elevator makes up its core, passing through the crew pantries, a wine cellar, sick berth, kitchen, and day heads. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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This $3-million motor home from Austria-based Marchi Mobile fits right in with these ultra luxurious Las Vegas villas / suites, Maldives resorts, first class airplane suites, private jets, and iPhone 5 handsets. It supposedly comes with a host of gold accents as well as all the luxury features a millionaire could want, including a 40-inch flat screen, a pop-up cocktail lounge, a fireplace, a master bedroom, and underfloor heating. That's not all, "the vehicle has been a hit among oil-rich Arab Sheikhs - the state-of-the-art homes even wash themselves after a day's driving through the Middle Eastern desert," according to The Daily Mail. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Have $40,000 (round trip between Abu Dhabi and London) burning a hole in your pocket and always wanted the private jet experience at first class suite prices? Etihad Airways "The Residence" is just for you. Located on the upper deck of the Airbus A380, the private cabins will accommodate up to two people and are described as "the world's most luxurious living space in the air", complete with a living room, separate double bedroom w/ensuite shower room and even the use of a personal butler trained by the Savoy Butler Academy in London. Official page. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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