I would like you to re-read what he said again. Please. Let's analyze it together.
"Haha..."Haha, now I know that I won't be buying the boost. I put my limit at $5-10 for a free 90. Noway am I spending $60 on it.
- This likely means he thinks something is funny, or comical, if you prefer that word.
"...now I know..."
- This indicates a new piece of knowledge that he didn't have before. Such as the price of said service.
"...that I won't be buying the boost..."
- This service is not for him. This is because of his new level of knowledge (i.e. the price).
"I put my limit at $5-10 for a free 90."
- So. The limit he would pay is $5-10. He didn't know the price beforehand, but has now listed what he thinks is a fair price.
"Noway am I spending $60 on it."
- Clearly the price as listed does not match his needs.
If we add it together it seems that he finds the price of $60 comical, didn't know the price beforehand, but now won't be buying it, thinks that an appropriate price would be $5-10, and would never pay $60 for such a service.
My question to him was whether he actually thought that such a service would actually cost $5-10, as he indicates this would be the price he would pay. For some reason this has led you to question my ability to comprehend. Since I have broken this down so nicely, I'm sure you can tell that this just isn't the case.
I'll just wait over here for your apology. I also accept cupcakes and/or donuts.