Shoes Over Bills.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Hannah K. Lee's Shoes Over Billsin which the illustrator equates the cost of shoes with other, less glamorous expenses - makes me laugh. While I don't think I've ever spent the dollar equivalent of emergency dental work on footwear (I'm in these almost every day), I will admit to spending shameful sums each month on things like oysters. Artisanal dairy products. Mysterious cosmetic potions with names like Mermaid Spray. In short, on some level, I can relate.


Visit Hannah K. Lee's website, here, and shop, here. Thank you to Mallory for clueing me in!

13 comments:

angela said...

Love it, sadly I so so relate!

tara said...

Haha this is hilarious. I'm not an expensive shoe purchaser either-except for my Hunters I got as a birthday present. But it's fun to see what you could've gotten for 25 loads of laundry :)

Kathy said...

This made me laugh outloud! I have this problem when it comes to facials and beauty products--especially face masks. I'm such a sucker for them. How do you like the Mermaid Spray?

Anonymous said...

me in a nutshell.

Shoko said...

Kathy, it's awesome. Totally worth it :)

Linda said...

Haha, I can definitely relate as well. I have a bit of a housewares obsession, and frequent places like Canvas and ABC Home & Carpet ALL the time. At least bowls aren't *usually* as expensive as shoes. :)

auste said...

Oh goodness - Didz will get a kick out of this. Moving required purging of closet and shoe collections - he definitely made some comparisons about how much of this or that we could've purchased with the money I've spent on shoes... This is perfect.

Anonymous said...

artisanal dairy products = totally worth it.

Shoko said...

Linda, I have a strange obsession with dishware, too. At least it's useful!

sherry said...

this is funny, cute and serious, all in one.

little t said...

This is brilliant... and I think would have the effect of making me feel LESS guilty!

Anonymous said...

so cool.

Fai said...

oh my...so funny and so true!

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