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The rise of the pretentious child.

 
Truthache
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The rise of the pretentious child.
Seriously?

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"We loaded up the bus and headed to the historic Brooklyn Botanic Gardens in New York to showcase our latest back-to-school styles."

Back to school? Really?
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Re: The rise of the pretentious child.
Yes, really. I know. I am a nanny for super rich kids, and yes they wear what they want. It looks sloppy to me. But hey, I'm an old geezer. All kids want to wear what others are wearing. We were poor growing up so I know the feeling of not wearing good clothes. I just think kids should wear uniforms. Stop all the one upsmanship.
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Oh yeah click through the pictures see how much these cute little "school outfits" cost.
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you fo shizzel see them posting their 'neener neener neeener' posts here.


they stick a thumb in your eye and all for nothing but shear cussedness

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Re: The rise of the pretentious child.
Yes, really. I know. I am a nanny for super rich kids, and yes they wear what they want. It looks sloppy to me. But hey, I'm an old geezer. All kids want to wear what others are wearing. We were poor growing up so I know the feeling of not wearing good clothes. I just think kids should wear uniforms. Stop all the one upsmanship.
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Yes and the one upmanship comes from the parents.

Pretentious parents need pretentious children.
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08/17/2012 06:08 PM
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Aw give these kids a break, they're moneyed...
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When I needed clothes, my mother would drive to White Front or Zodys.
I lived in the San Fernando Valley.
I'd get two pair of white canvas sneakers for $.49ea. (1 for gym class the other for regular)
A winter coat made from cheap poly fabric. "Dog Coats" we called them.
Cheap go-go boots made from vinyl.
Ugly dresses (girls were REQUIRED to wear dresses until 1970) that were only a few dollars each.
The dresses had waistlines & tied bows in the back.

I got a spiral bound notebook, PeeChee Folder and a blue cloth-type 3 ring folder.

My mom might have spent a whopping 20 bucks on my entire Back to School wardrobe etc.
If that.
I graduated high school in '71.
That year was the first year girls could wear "slacks" to school.
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i'm so glad i moved out of that 200 million ton, concrete shithole, otherwise known as New York City
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Re: The rise of the pretentious child.
Including the head Pretentious Child occupying the White House.
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I remember looking through the fashion magazines back when I was a teen and thinking the fashions looked ridiculous. No one wore the crazy outfits the models were always wearing - and the prices were outrageous. The models always had their make up done in a scarey manner with 10 different shades of eyeshadow going around their eyes like a freaking rainbow racoon. If I saw a girl like that walking toward me, I would have ran the other way. LOL
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Re: The rise of the pretentious child.
When I needed clothes, my mother would drive to White Front or Zodys.
I lived in the San Fernando Valley.
I'd get two pair of white canvas sneakers for $.49ea. (1 for gym class the other for regular)
A winter coat made from cheap poly fabric. "Dog Coats" we called them.
Cheap go-go boots made from vinyl.
Ugly dresses (girls were REQUIRED to wear dresses until 1970) that were only a few dollars each.
The dresses had waistlines & tied bows in the back.

I got a spiral bound notebook, PeeChee Folder and a blue cloth-type 3 ring folder.

My mom might have spent a whopping 20 bucks on my entire Back to School wardrobe etc.
If that.
I graduated high school in '71.
That year was the first year girls could wear "slacks" to school.
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Lots of people like you. Thanks for sharing!
Twenty bucks wouldnt buy J Crew socks and underwear; YOU bought an entire wardrobe!
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