Hmm… how do we solve the Middle East crisis there really? The greenhouse effect should be the grab. Vanes they still rainforest in South America? The AIDS epidemic in Africa’s really not good. How the hell do I do now? Should I buy leather jacket from H & M or not?
It is always good to get some perspective on things. Personally, I have a nasty ability to lose myself in the insignificant details and miss the big picture. Maybe it is too obvious to put klädköp next to contemporary world problems, but sometimes I need to overdose on reality to get the remote for my existence miserable problems. You must never let klädköp become a big headache that comes with home from their shopping trip. Shopping should be fun, is not it so it should be put down. I dragged myself around the reflection on the purchase of the jacket in an approximately week. From store back to the apartment, on the sofa, in the shower, I took them to the movies and home to friends. Introduced them to my girlfriend and even her parents. Certainly it is good that we guys embraced interest in fashion, but sometimes I wish I could just press the stop button. A month without I care about how I look or what I have on me would probably not only be good for me. It would probably make me a little less predictable and more interesting. However, I find no key and the purchase of the leather jacket has been for me as important as the election results.
You know what I mean, huh? It has glimpsed past in most fashion magazines, always in relation to its half as smart and twice as expensive competitors. There is also the problem. All designers this autumn picked up a leather jacket. It is a garment that by year’s end will cause spontaneous vomering and just my jacket will probably be the biggest reason why people enroll as animal rights activists in late December. It is from H & M, will cost a thousand patches and sick looking. You will be able to count on the guys who do not have it on in the fall and it makes the purchase can never feel completely successful. I’ll be honest. Precisely this to solve the equation of buying fun, yet affordable garments that not everyone can purchase occupies about 5.4% of my thinking. Clearly 3.5% too much. As you yourself understand the image next to the equation is not solved and is currently a pact my only solution to the problem. You take the Monday to Thursday, so it becomes my weekend. Shall we say so?