Even as people pay up million dollars to have lunch with legendary investor Warren Buffett, they usually don\u2019t ask stock tips. \u201cIt\u2019s not common for people to ask me stock tips for lunches,\u201d Warren Buffett said in an interview to CNBC. So, what do they usually ask him? \u201cWe talk about family, children, raising kids, it\u2019s a lot of things. It\u2019s not stocks or business or finance at all,\u201d he said during the interaction. Notably, an anonymous bidder has agreed to pay $3,300,100 at auction to have a private lunch with Warren Buffett this year. The winning bid came near the end of a five-day online auction on eBay to benefit the Glide Foundation, a San Francisco charity that serves people who are poor, homeless or battling substance abuse, said a Reuters report. Leading US-based investor Mohnish Pabrai had paid $650,000 for lunch with Warren Buffett about a decade ago. \u201cIn 2007, a friend of mine and I bid $650,000 for a lunch date with Buffett in New York. I took my wife and two daughters along. When we asked him who would his \u2018idol\u2019 lunch date be, he said instantly, \u201cIsaac Newton\u201d. Seconds later, he smiled and said, Sophia Loren,\u201d Mohnish Pabrai told ET Now in an interview in 2014. \u00a0 Sharing lessons learnt from Warren Buffett, Pabrai said that Buffett lives like an ordinary person and has the zeal of a five-year-old. \u201cHe inspired both me and my wife to recycle our assets and set up the Dakshana Foundation in 2005 to provide IIT-JEE coaching to gifted but underprivileged students in rural India,\u201d he said. The latest \u2018Power Lunch with Buffett\u2019 garnered the third highest price in the 19 years. \u00a0Buffett has offered lunch, near the record $3,456,789 bid in both the 2012 and 2016 auctions. This year\u2019s auction drew 136 bids from just six bidders before ending in June this year.