The kids at my high school were super non-materialistic. You didn’t get made fun of if you didn’t have a car, if had to work to help out your family, or if you sold bootleg candy at “nutrition.” We even had a special (read:ghettofab) pronunciation system to let everyone know if you were wearing knock-offs. Knock-off Versace = VERRSAYCE, knock-off Gucci = GOOSEE, etc. As in, “Like my VERRSAYCE sunglasses? I got them in China Town for $5.” Freal.
We also had after-school dance battles in the parking lot everyday at 6pm. Still, freal.
That’s why I got really excited when I saw this Facebook ad. I am thinking that Los-angeles, hopefully pronounced: LOS ANJEALOUS, is the China Town version of Los Angeles. Granted, it would be hella satisfying to do a sassy snap with those nails while saying, “LOS ANJEALOUS” and then saunter away. A girl can dream.
Also, I hope Groupon has better copywriters than this ad copy suggests. To be fair, I don’t think this is a real ad for them — I wasn’t brave enough to click on it to prove otherwise. I wasn’t brave enough to enter any of those dance contests at my high school, either. :(.
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Its weird, mine are all about single women.
I mainly just get Kim Kardashian Shoe Club. So, same thing?
funny. a friend brought me back a knock off Cartier from China…ould fool some jewelers…i call it my Fartier. love the nails…how many sets are u gonna buy? continue…
Haha, love it! I wish the kids at my high school were as cool as the the kids at yours. Did you call Target “Tar-jay”? I mean, it is a pretty boss store so it deserves a boss name.
I still call Target, “Tar-jay.” lolol.
I laughed out loud (obnoxiously so, actually) when I read this. Those nails are just…so…so… Gah, I wanna get some for Halloween.
You could put an eye out with those nails! And how could you get anything else done? So tacky, yes Halloween, is good, but real life, uh NO!