When I was growing up, even when things kind of sucked my mom would not get my clothes anywhere but the nice department store. I mean, sure she'd like to find a deal and get a sixty-dollar shirt for twenty, but when that didn't happen she usually wanted to go whole hog. I appreciated her generosity, or at the least I do appreciate it in retrospect, but I realize that her feelings on "you get what you pay for" have come to me in full force. As much as I strive and strain to be a class warrior in several directions, I have to admit that I'm a big fat fucking snob sometimes. I like the nicer things in life. I like a classy restaurant that has 1/4 the food on 2 times the plate. Who doesn't, when it comes down to it? In that regard, here's a dumb poll:
If I were buying fine jewelry for my significant other, I'd buy it at no less than:
If my significant other were to give me jewelry, I'd accept it from no less than:
When I say "coach bag", what does it mean to you?
Fill in the blank: _______ are a girls' best friend.
This is where I land on the snob scale:
What's the most ridiculously indulgent, snobby thing you've purchased, for you or others?