Moolah* and booty* are my new vocabularies from watching MTV Mobbed! LOL. Regarding English is my second language, I hope you can understand how excited I was when I know new casual words (read: slang) in English. *giggling*
I've just got home from mall and got nothing in my hands. My mom had strictly given me an alert in advance not to do shopping. *sob* First I thought she was kidding, but then from her eyes I realized she mean it a lot. Thus all I can do is window shopping; store-to-store. I'm interested with Oasis sunglasses and red handbag, DKNY green apple perfume, ZARA flat shoes,... and Gucci! Aha, frankly I was a bit afraid to enter the boutique since I didn't intend to buy at all. I simply wanted to take a look around. Like many high-class-branded boutiques, a personal shop assistant accompanied me to help me look for what I wanted. All I have to do is pointing out my finger to the display items, and she will bring it to me along with short explanation about the product and the price. Ah I really wish to buy and somehow I just think how fortunate Paris Hilton is to be able to buy everything she wants in a wink.
The conclusion is I need to have a lot of moolah to be able to get booties. (Do I look like English teacher giving you guys an English lecture? Well excuse me if I do. Didn't mean to.)
Another piece of mind, I was wondering how to manage my salary if I love shopping a lot? Whoa! In this situation, what I want to buy usually pretty expensive. *gold digger wannabe* Well you have to admit high class boutiques give (almost) perfect service than flea market. I amazed when I saw (on TV) how Harrods gives service to its customers; personal shop assistant, private room with cozy couch and glasses of wine. Even sometimes I'm already happy to buy things when sale season comes, I hate to seek things in the middle of crowd. Bite me.
*moolah = $$$ (money)
*booty = exclusive merchandise
P.S: dear friends, if you reckon I'm mistaken over the definitions, please tell me. Thanks in advance!