This could be as bad as sex in the city 2.
Reading their bios you can see that they’ve all struggled growing up, and, not being very perceptive, they’ve fetishised the tokens of wealth rather than understanding what it’s for. When they say they want to be rich, they don’t mean they want to have a comfortable and interesting life, they mean they want to stamp down on the gnawing insecurity inside them by spending money on expensively branded trinkets. The commercials for these products simply press a button marked ‘fear of not being good enough’ deep in the brains of these saps and money comes flowing back in.
It informs all of their decisions. When they decide what car to buy, they don’t think about safety or comfort, they think about the branding of the badge, and hope that buying something ‘exclusive’ will give them an emotional prop next time they wake in the night feeling like a loser.
Just horrible, horrible stuff. If this gets picked up I’ll be a sad panda.