To splash out

To splash out.

The expression: ‘to splash out’ means to spent a  lot of money on something you don’t need.

For example: This year I’m going to splash out on a pool table.  I have wanted one since I was 20 and this year I’m going to splash out and buy a second-hand one because I’m worth it!

Have you splashed out recently?  Maybe you have had your feet eaten by fish, or you have booked a spa holiday, or maybe you have bought a new gadget.

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