A young Argentine who lives in Norway revealed how much he spent to make the monthly purchase. He not only showed how many things he bought, but also how little they cost him. In the description of the post that went viral on TikTok, he gave information that surprised all his followers.
Camilo is a young man who emigrated to the Nordic country a few months ago. Within a few days of arriving, he got a job and a place to live. On the platform, he shares his day-to-day life and also advises users who want to move both to that country and to any place in Europe.
Agustín showed how much he spent on his monthly purchase in Norway. (Capture: TikTok/@aguscolabo)
Under the username @aguscolabo, he showed what things he was able to buy using only 2% of his salary. The first thing she showed was a packet of sausages. “The other two packages I kept in the freezer,” she said. He also bought a kilo of cheese and a maple with 12 eggs.
In addition, he took a sauce that, according to him, was exquisite and is added to food; also, a bottle with tomato sauce, mushroom sauce and bread, which had a particularity. “Here in Norway they cut it off,” he commented. He paid for a package of cookies, ‘quickies’ and instant mashed potatoes.
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“I only spent 2% of my salary,” he said. (Capture: TikTok/@aguscolabo)
To that were added two kilos of chicken, two boxed pizzas and a shaving foam. Before finishing his recording, he told a detail that none of his followers could believe. “In all this purchase I did not spend even 2% of my salary,” he said. Finally, he showed the receipt with the final amount of all his monthly purchase and revealed that he had only spent around 73 dollars.
The publication had more than 6,000 views and almost 500 “likes.” “Do you understand that with 10% of your salary you already eat the whole month?” He wrote in the description. In the comments, users gave their point of view. “It’s expensive or cheap depending on the average income level,” said one girl. “Now it’s super expensive, before you filled a car with that money,” another user replied.