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I Flew First Class and It Was Ridiculously Uncomfortable

A woman not quarantined with shopping bags and designer clothes in a public space on a sunny day, no coronavirus in sight
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“Do you have a Louis Vuitton bag?”

“Do they sell those at Walmart? Cuz that’s where I got this sweater.” Okay, you called it. I didn’t say that. It was something a little closer to:

“Fuck, no.”

“Oh thank god. If I have to look at one more Louis Vuitton bag, I think I might scream.”




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