Meet the $300,000 Handbag
Meghan Nesmith

I’m not defending this ridiculously frivolous purchase, because there is no defending the indefensible. But let’s not pretend that we’ve never purchased something ridiculously overpriced and frivolous. And I’m sure there are tons of expensive “necessities” that we buy regularly that poorer people around the world would regard as excessively indulgent.

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