We stumbled across this "Daddy's Money" coin purse at Wink, and it's been haunting our thoughts ever since. It's sort of in the vein of those "Brat" and "Spoiled Rotten" t-shirts that you see heavily made-up pre-teen girls wearing at the mall. What is up with this whole obnoxious genre of clothing for little rich girls? Is this $32 coin purse meant to be ironic, like, "No, this is actually my own hard-earned money and I'm making fun of people who get handouts from their parents," or is it in earnest? Or is it aspirational, like "I wish I were a pampered little brat"? It boggles the mind. Do you wear this spoiled bratty rich girl stuff? We thought that was what Juicy Couture was for... --ALISON COOL
Skechers Releases a New Teen Shoe Line Called 'Daddy'$ Money'
It's moments like this when the world's tiniest Jerry Seinfeld voice pops into my head: "Have you seen this? I mean, have you seen this?!" In terms of this commercial for Skechers' new line of hidden-wedge sneakers for girls, absolutely inappropriately dubbed "Daddy'$ Money," there are no other words.