Friday, November 6, 2009

Satisfaction

A co-worker asked me this morning where I got my clothes cause she thought I had super cute outfits.

"Wal-Mart", I replied.

She stared back in shock. And probably a little of disgust.



Ahhh...the sweet satisfaction of dressing adorably and affordably.

(So you can kiss it, stores I can't afford (and wouldn't shop at anyway for your blatant "sex sells" approach to marketing coupled with the fact that you don't make clothes for women with curves!!!!))

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

She may be a snob or she may understand that Walmart should be renamed Walcrap. Translation: mass production of low quality products for slave wages. Walmart is part of the evil empire that brings down small, reputable family-owned business. Nothing adorable about that.

Sarah Lewie said...

Thank you for your thoughts, anonymous. I still thank that evil empire for dressing me, though.

jficken said...

well anonymous, no one ever said the business world was a kind and fair place. The profit driven society that is a capitalist market will dictate that the stronger company that can offer more for less will rub out those smaller less able to compete. If you so desire a socialist model...move to Europe. In other words, shut up and stop throwing a tantrum about how a good business model thrives. Also, WalMart does not give slave wages, they just restrict the hours their employees work to prevent them qualifying for benefits. Know the inside of what you attack and criticize before doing so...a bit of advice for you offered freely.

Anonymous said...

Remember that one time your freshman year.... I'm pretty sure that's all I really need to say about that ;)

Megan Carry said...

Remember that one time your freshman year.... I'm pretty sure that's all I really need to say about that ;)