I have notoriously expensive taste.
When we went shopping for my engagement ring, I knew nothing about diamonds. I simply went to the case, pointed at a pretty, and the nice lady behind the counter let me try it on. It was lovely. It was $10,000. It went back in the case.
I have a fetish for purses. A big one. Show me a well-crafted bag and I get the sweats. Drop me into any Winners store, leave me for five minutes, and I’ll home in on the most expensive bag there, which of course will be crazily above my budget and will have to be left behind. It’s a gift, and a curse.
So then I found the keychain above. I spend a lot of time online (give me the interaction of the internet over cable any day), and followed a link to a link to a link til I ended up seeing the above picture. He’s so cute! Lookit his little articulated limbs! I need him, and more than that I think I feel the beginning of infatuation. He’s perfect. So I click the little picture and goddamnit he’s by Alexander McQueen and costs TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS.
I guess his virtual presence will have to suffice.
(If you have a bajillion dollars to blow, find him here, which is also where I snagged the photo.)
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Ugh…same here. Apparently we’re only attracted to quality. 🙂
It’s a terrible affliction 😉
(I’m replying to you from my dashboard so I don’t even have to see the picture, lest it rekindle my rampant consumer lust.)