WHY DO POOR PEPOLE WASTE MONEY ON LUXURY GOODS!!!!

TO SAY THAT POOR PEOPLE WASTE MONEY ON DESIGNER STUFF FOR NO REASON WHEN THEY CAN’T AFFORD IS AN AVERAGE REACTION.  I HAVE DONE THIS WHERE I WOULD BE UPSET, BECAUSE I WOULD FEEL THAT THERE ARE MORE IMPORTANT STUFF THAT CAN BE DONE WITH THAT MONEY, IN A MORE PRODUCTIVE MANNER THEN BUY A $2500 BAGS.

WHEN I READ THE ARTICLE IT MAKES SENSE AS TO WHY A PERSON WOULD BUY DESIGNER BRANDS, WHEN THEY KNOW THEY DON’T HAVE THE MONEY TO DO SO.  IF PEOPLE REACT NEGATIVELY TO SOMEONE WHO DOESN’T LOOK THE PART, THEN WHY NOT BUY SOMETHING THAT WOULD BOOST THERE STANDING IN GETTING A BETTER JOB, OR BE IN A BETTER POSITION THEN THEY WERE PREVIOUSLY, I WOULD SAY THAT BUYING THESE EXPENSIVE STUFF SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AN INVESTMENT.

IT GOES TO SHOW THAT IF YOU CAN’T BEAT THEM, JOIN THEM  AND THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT THIS ARTICLE SHOWS.  “POOR PEOPLE” ARE DOING WHAT IT TAKES TO MAKE ENDS AND IF IT MEANS LOOKING AS IF THEY BELONG, THEN SO BE IT.  I LOOK AT THIS AS A WELL METHODICAL PLAN TO BOOST YOURSELF UP OUT OF A POSITION THAT IS BAD INTO A BETTER SITUATION.

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4 responses to “WHY DO POOR PEPOLE WASTE MONEY ON LUXURY GOODS!!!!

  1. I agree, unfortunately society is based on first impressions especially when you’re constantly putting yourself out there. People tend to make assumptions of you based on how you look, or what you wear and who you talk to, and if you’re someone that’s trying to get out of being “poor” and move up your social status then some things have to be done in order to meet those standards. Which is unfortunate but inevitable.

  2. Although I may personally disagree with spending that large amounts of money, it is ultimately up to the individual to buy what they want. The recent scandals on racial profiling for expensive buys sparked incredible controversy among the public. Apart from the racial profiling in these so called equal times, people began actually criticizing these poor citizens for spending the hard-earned/temporarily available money on luxurious, high class goods. It astounded me that people focused on what people chose to spend their money on rather than the very dangerous issue at hand, questions of vanity outweighed potential social change.

  3. I agree with the points that are being made in this response , sadly we live in a society where luxury is highly valued and respected. If a person doesnt have the means to afford quality goods they may often go out of their way and skip out on groceries or any other thing that they actually need in order to buy something that they want and because of societys standards they feel they need.

  4. The points you made in this blog I totally agree with. In these days we live in a world where having a nice car is more important then providing food for the family. They want to feel part of society so they out budget themselves which only hurts themselves in the long run.

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