So, as dumb luck would have it, you won this week’s HK$140 million (US$17,893,666) Mark Six prize. Of course, there are those boring folks out there who would invest the money in diversified index funds, save for retirement, get rid of student loan debts or credit card debt or some other equally boring option. But you’re not like that, are you? You’re a firecracker. You’re the one-in-a-multi-million who won the lottery and you’re going to spend it like the snowflake you are. Here’s our list of stupidly expensive items you should definitely buy if you win the Mark Six. (Did you catch the sarcasm? No? Perhaps this is the list for you.) What cars do billionaires like Mark Zuckerberg drive? 1. An expensive car Rich people have rich cars. And what better city than Hong Kong – with its traffic congestion, stretches of short roads and tireless speed limits – to have a supercool hypercar? To truly blow your money faster than a Lamborghini, we recommend the Lamborghini Veneno Roadster, priced at US$4.5 million. Although it probably means nothing to you, the roadster – of which there are only nine in existence – has a 6.5 litre aspirated V12 engine and a top speed of 366km/h. In other words, it is a very cool car. However, as a Hongkonger, it’s always a toss-up whether you currently have a driving licence or not. Assuming you do not: a learner’s licence, 30 hours’ worth of driving lessons and the driving test will set you back a mere US$3,970. Alternatively, you can hire a driver for about US$1,275 to US$1,900 per month to drive your Lambo for you. Lamborghini Veneno Roadster : US$4.5 million Driving licence : US$3,970 Total : US$4,477,386 How the ultra-rich are turning their supercars into marble 2. The gold stuff via GIPHY Looking to US President Trump for aesthetic aspirations, there is no better way to say, “I’m rich!” than with gaudy gold decor. via GIPHY The following gold items are a must: A solid gold pony A solid gold rocking horse made by Japanese jewellery designer Ginza Tanaka will set you back US$600,000. Beyoncé and Jay-Z lavished their daughter Blue Ivy Carter with this pony in 2012 for her first birthday. Even if you do not have a baby or toddler to bestow this 24-carat horse upon, it will outdo any bejewelled roundabout horse at Volar. A solid gold vacuum A 24-carat gold vacuum cleaner priced at about US$1 million is the perfect reminder of how stupidly lucky you are. Why the US$3.8 million Pagani Huayra beats Mark Zuckerberg’s supercar A solid gold toilet via GIPHY Because if you’re actually considering any item on this list, then you are truly flushing your money away. Unfortunately, in September of this year, the solid gold toilet artwork by Maurizio Cattelan was stolen from its exhibition at Blenheim Palace. But, if it is found, it could be yours! The fully-functioning toilet, titled America , is reportedly worth between US$5 million and US$6 million. Solid gold pony : US$600,000 Solid gold vacuum cleaner : US$1,027,749 Solid gold toilet : US$4,984,664 Total : US$6,613,229 Grand total : US$11,090,615 3. Peak property Sadly, US$17.9 million doesn’t get you far in Hong Kong real estate. You could invest wisely in property overseas – but you’re stupid-rich, so let’s stick to an overpriced 1,000 square foot flat in Hong Kong. If you’re looking for property in one of the most expensive districts in Hong Kong, The Peak, 1,000 sq ft with two bedrooms and two bathrooms will run you at least HK$40 million (US$5,112,476). That’s US$5,112 per square foot. Like every Hongkonger, you will just have to bite the bullet and pay up. Overpriced flat : US$5,112,476 Grand total : US$16,197,737 How does Ferrari manage to retain its sexy mystique? 4. A shabby-chic feature wall Since your flat is not what you hoped it would be (welcome to Hong Kong), perhaps a little DIY might spruce up the place. Let’s take another ridiculously priced item that went viral in 2016: the Supreme brick. We recommend a trendy New York loft-style exposed-brick feature wall that even Justin Bieber and Pete Davidson would be jealous of. via GIPHY The resale value of the actual brick, made by Supreme, has gone up to US$170 in 2019. We deduced how much a Supreme brick feature wall would cost, just for you: If 120 bricks are needed per square metre, a 2.7 metre-high (standard ceiling height) and 10 metre-wide wall would cost around US$549,591. Hypebeast culture feature wall : US$549,591 Grand total : US$16,746,000 5. Rich people pegs You are filthy rich now, so those plebeian wooden pegs will not do. Instead, look to Tiffany & Co. for true opulence with its sterling silver pegs, priced at US$515 a pop. How many clothes do you wash in one cycle? Who knows, ask the butler. Let’s just get 1,000 of them for good measure. Pegs : US$515 Grand total : US$16,197,737 14 celebrities with crazy expensive supercars worth up to US$40 million 6. Beyoncé’s private chef via GIPHY With your remaining US$631,255, we recommend you steal Beyoncé’s private chef away from her. Private chefs are estimated to rake in about US$150,000 per year, so you can keep a live-in cook for about four years before you have to go back to Cup Noodles at 7-Eleven. Four years of food fit for a Queen Bey : US$631,255 Grand total : US$17,860,570 If you’ve made it this far, and bought all the aforementioned items, you will have US$33,096 leftover, which you can use to buy some sense. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .