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    Default Adrienne Vittadini AV 5057S Sunglasses You Have to Have

    Look at these beautiful sunglasses. They're Adrienne Vittadini. According to this website I found, they are a "must-have accessory."
    Honestly, if I had a nickel for every time I've heard something was a "must have accessory" I could buy my own sunglasses company. Why do people say that? The word "accessory" according to dictionary.com means "a subordinate or supplementary part." How could something subordinate be a "must have"?

    Am I over-analyzing again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logopolis View Post
    Look at these beautiful sunglasses. They're Adrienne Vittadini. According to this website I found, they are a "must-have accessory."
    Honestly, if I had a nickel for every time I've heard something was a "must have accessory" I could buy my own sunglasses company. Why do people say that? The word "accessory" according to dictionary.com means "a subordinate or supplementary part." How could something subordinate be a "must have"?

    Am I over-analyzing again?
    Yes, you're over analyzing again, Logopolis. With a name like that, I'm not surprised.

    Some phrases are over used, and "must have" is definitely one of them. I can't help but wonder if the advertisers say that theirs is a "must have" product with a bit of a wink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Yes, you're over analyzing again, Logopolis. With a name like that, I'm not surprised.

    Some phrases are over used, and "must have" is definitely one of them. I can't help but wonder if the advertisers say that theirs is a "must have" product with a bit of a wink.
    Could be. I hope they don't seriously expect me to believe that I "must" have anything . . . except maybe air, water and chocolate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logopolis View Post
    Could be. I hope they don't seriously expect me to believe that I "must" have anything . . . except maybe air, water and chocolate.
    Yes, I agree that the essential elements to support life and air water and chocolate. I even saw a young lady this morning wearing a T-shirt that said "Will Work For Chocolate."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    I even saw a young lady this morning wearing a T-shirt that said "Will Work For Chocolate."
    Sounds like my kind of lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Yes, I agree that the essential elements to support life and air water and chocolate. I even saw a young lady this morning wearing a T-shirt that said "Will Work For Chocolate."
    Do you suppose that young man will stop before he gets a tummy ache?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Yes, you're over analyzing again, Logopolis. With a name like that, I'm not surprised.

    Some phrases are over used, and "must have" is definitely one of them. I can't help but wonder if the advertisers say that theirs is a "must have" product with a bit of a wink.
    What concerns me is that some advertisers say that with no trace of a wink.

    I remember a commercial where one of those beautiful models played the Mom of a teenage girl who said she would "die" if she didn't have a certain pair of shoes or something. Mom's reaction was "We'll miss her."
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblues View Post
    What concerns me is that some advertisers say that with no trace of a wink.

    I remember a commercial where one of those beautiful models played the Mom of a teenage girl who said she would "die" if she didn't have a certain pair of shoes or something. Mom's reaction was "We'll miss her."
    TV moms are so cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logopolis View Post
    TV moms are so cool.
    I guess you can say that a mother truly is a "must have."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    I guess you can say that a mother truly is a "must have."
    Yeah, of all the things that people say you "must have" I guess we can all agree that a mother is one of those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logopolis View Post
    TV moms are so cool.
    Yes, and Marge Simpson is a good example of a cool Mom on TV.

    Bus driver Otto once said "Dude, your Mom is hot."

    So that makes her cool and hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblues View Post
    Yes, and Marge Simpson is a good example of a cool Mom on TV.

    Bus driver Otto once said "Dude, your Mom is hot."
    Unfortunately, Otto was talking to Homer at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Logopolis View Post
    Unfortunately, Otto was talking to Homer at the time.
    Ah yes. Good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Ah yes. Good times.
    Yeah. Homer was so stoned he didn't say anything.

    So . . . who out there "must have" the latest Adrienne Vittadini sunglasses? Does it get any better than those 5057S sunglasses?

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