A WOMAN who once spent £85 on a Princess Diana memorial plate from the back of magazine believes that young people are bad with money.
Helen Archer lamented the indulgent habits of Britain’s millennials from her house which is full of the worst sh*t imaginable.
Standing in front of an eight-foot-square canvas of a mother and baby unrelated to her, and next to a large wrought-iron duck, Archer said: “Young people complain about not being able to buy houses, then waste their money on coffees and mobile phones.
“How much does a coffee cost? Add them up and you’re probably looking at £600 quid a month straight away.”
Leafing through a ‘Best of British Memorabilia’ catalogue, Archer added: “A fancy mobile phone will be obsolete in a year. But this ceramic bulldog smoking a cigar will last forever.”