That's funny because i'm more worried about splitting the cost of college than a pair of six inch strappy branded status symbols.
Now, don't get me wrong I love a good heel and please just because i'm helping pay for MY college doesn't make me better than anyone else. (the my is capitalized because it would make sense for me to help pay for something I decided to do - aka turning down free community college in order to move to New York at 18) But sometimes, there is this huge disconnect between those who HAVE to work and those who don't.
Those of us who rely on paychecks, deeply understand what a budget is. We know that feeling that comes a couple days before we get paid, waiting for the money to come in. Sometimes most of your paycheck is allocated before you even get it. We understand how it feels to work an 8,9,10 hour day and be exhausted that night. However we also know how to have fun and wake up the next morning at 7am and do what we have to do. We understand responsibility and rely on ours to support our lifestyle. How to live within our means ins't just some foreign concept pushed upon us by our parents. It's a real life, everyday reality. It's nice to hangout with my friends who work, because we have this understanding with each other.
Now - please if you don't work, do not think I am picking on you. Some people who don't have to work are genuinely amazing and I love em. I'm just clearly pointing out the disconnect that can happen every once in awhile between college students with different lifestyles.
All in all though. To each their own baby. To each their own. xoxo