Pardon me, it's my kettle calling me

While waiting in line at Bed Bath and Beyond to purchase my new stainless steel meat tenderizer two middle-aged women were waiting to check out in front of me.  One women was purchasing an Oster electric roster and the one women was attacking the other for buying it when the generic equivalent was so much cheaper and I heard the gem “If I had your money I wouldn’t worry about generic brands either”.  Fine, she’s a bitch and the other is pretentious.  The women’s attack on consumer culture fell flat when I spied the following on her person:  DKNY Handbag, Ralph Lauren Scarf, and and a Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Pink Eagles baseball cap.