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If I was a literal millionaire, I would chip off an insubstantial portion of my fortune and cop this Cowboy Jacket in "Malibu Sea" denim from Mister Freedom (also available in indigo blue and wheat: both are 12.5oz Limited New Old Stock denims from Cone Mills). The Malibu Sea denim is milled in Japan as a part of a collaboration with the illustrious Sugar Cane Co., ergo it’s hella nice. Mister Freedom is based in Los Angeles, so I’m reppin’ that Cali parlance, brah. Hella tight. That’s bomb. Et cetera. You know what’s nuts? One of these jackets costs 370 USD. One, single, solitary jacket. That price might be pennies to the hypothetical literal millionaire version of me, but it’s quite a substantial sum to the actual me. At this point, I wouldn’t mind being a figurative millionaire. I’m not sure what level of wealth that requires, but I know it sounds a whole hell of a lot better than being a literal multi-thousandaire. New TV show concept to pitch: Multi-Thousandaire Matchmaker. It’s similar to Millionaire Matchmaker, except the contestants are all saddled with copious amounts of student debt and it’s hosted by Michael Strahan, because he hosts everything nowadays. Seriously, the man is everywhere. I’m happy for him. I’d like to think we all are. I’m sucking up, because I’m angling for one of the intern/assistant/sidekick gigs. How dope would that be? Me and Strahan playing Cupid and hooking people up in violently awkward blind date situations. That would be the life. I think the only good blind dates were the blind dates on Blind Date. Maybe it’s because other blind dates don’t include the tasteful wit of Roger Lodge or the pithy wisdom of Therapist Joe. So far, it seems like the overarching theme of this week is my creeping nostalgia for turn of the millennium television. There’s a like sixty percent chance that tomorrow’s post will mostly be about Celebrity Deathmatch -RB
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