(psst: you can easily make your own custom receipt here)
Now the problem occurs when stuff is pricey. Some people see it as bragging when you buy something that's priced above the norm. I like looking at blogs & websites & oohing & ahhing over how much it cost; cheap deal, or psycho expensive.
I recently purchased an item on my wish list, and plan to blog about it next. Unfortunately I'm worried about societal constraints, and never want to appear like I'm bragging or crass. Saying how much an item costs is now more acceptable, especially if the person your speaking too might be interested in it, however posting receipts of prices above $200 can be seen as offensive & classless. Receipts help show validity, and bring more truth to a post, but Im torn.
So I would like to know what you think. And it will help me set precedence over future posts. You've read my biased opinion & logic, so please help me make the right decision.
THE POLL RESULTS
EDIT: thanks for voting. Poll was opened from the 2nd & I closed it to make my post today the 17th.
These are the results. Over half of my blog readers (58%) think I should post receipts, 24% don't care if I do or don't, and a small percentage think its distasteful (14%). so...... Receipts it is :) thanks for the comments, poll & responses. (& to the few who think it's distasteful, I feel you)
PS: I changed my hairstyle!!!! Goodbye bangs
last night I did my hair & decided to out go with Ada & Uche, yup even though it snowed!! SMH I know. (it never snows in Atlanta, so even when it's less an an inch no one goes out! lol & the news channels constantly warn us about the severe weather, while people from other states think we're nuts & freaking out about nothing)
C'mon you know when you get your hair done, you wanna go out. & You think to yourself "someone!! anyone!! must see my hair today!!" Best believe I was feeling myself. Battery died at the lounge/ club so no pics :(
apart from these :
Hair stylist: Nneka! as always (call her do get your extensions & layering for under $100)
Hair brand: SheIzAdiva (contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org) -- This is my first time trying Indian Hair (I got it LONG 14" 18" 20" & 24") & I love it.
That's all folks :)