Judgemental? Is it bad to think that jobless people should not buy luxurious fashion?
Male, 32, master graduate who has never work since graduation, asked his sibling to buy him a Benjamin Barker jacket so he can attend a friend’s wedding.
Honestly, I think that is way too much as his priority should be minimize spending considering he is not contributing to the household financially even though he is capable of working.
However, I was told this is not empathetic at all? I mean, if I were in his shoes, wouldn’t wearing any existing clothes in the wardrobe be sufficient? Why need to buy new one?
Note: Some may say BB is not a luxurious brand lah. Let’s just consider it is luxurious, as $300 for a piece of clothing is quite expensive to many common folks.
- i don’t get it. he’s asking his sibling for money to buy something so he can wear it at someone else’s wedding?
and this person is 32? a bit thick skinned siah. albeit he’s asking family but still… though maybe siblings are close and it’s a thing they have? who are we to judge…
- Im judging him for being 32 and still asking siblings for money. So how is he going to afford the wedding ang pow?
- Always believe in buying what you can afford. At age 32 and a masters grad, I’m pretty sure he should at least have a suit on hand, asking his sibling to buy something new and so expensive is just so……. Eew