This is a bunch of generalizations that add up to BS.
What if you were a car enthusiast from early childhood? What if all your life you dreamed of having an exotic car but came from a modest background?
Then you work hard, become successful and can afford an exotic car. Do you not buy it because it's excessive? If you buy it does that mean you don't give money and time to charity as well?
Its your money and you can do as you please.
So every supermodel is a bad mother or wife? What if one is a down to earth woman who loves her kids? Because she walks down a runway for millions of dollars she can't be a good person?
I never said any what you're saying above. The trophy girl friend was an example. Trophy girl friend is not wife material, she's usually about tantamount a groupie and she's only on man's arm to show her off, she brings nothing else to the table except good looks.
I am sick of the way envy and political correctness in our society has created an atmosphere where it's okay to judge the wealthy and successful without knowing anything about the particular person. When people of average or lower income are judged for superficial reasons it then becomes bad.
You do realize that excessive pride, greed and avarice is ruining this society and others.
BTW look at our president and others inside the DC beltway that espouse class warfare as a means to maintain their power, not help the less fortunate . They are all worth millions and give less than 1% of their earnings to charity. Look it up!
I'm not a fan of Washingtonians.