—This yours, son?
—Uh … nah, pops. Those aren't …
—Your mom says she found them in your closet.
—I dunno, dad. One of my friends must have …
—Must have what? Just spent a bunch of money on designer sunglasses, packed them in this old cigar box, and hid them away in your closet under your collection of body building magazines? Is that what you're telling me, son?
—Look, dad, it's not what you …
—Where did you get the money for all these, boy? Nike, Prada, Ray-Ban. Do you expect me to believe you could afford these stunning sunglasses on your allowance and paper route alone? Kate Spade and Ed Hardy? Let's cut the crap, kiddo. Where did you get 'em?
—Dad, it's …
—Alright. I got them from SharpShades.com. And they're not authentic Chloe or Spy, dad. They're just inspired by Chloe, Spy, and all the rest of the brands I respect and admire.
—Even if they're not actually Yves Saint Lauren or Fendi, they still must have cost a pretty penny. I mean, look at the craftsmanship.
—They really are great, dad. I agree.
—Don't try and sweet-talk me, son. Just answer the question. How did you afford these?
—It's all OnSale's fault, dad. They had a special coupon for $12 that gave me a $25 credit at SharpShades.com. That's how.
—OnSale, eh? Those enabling sons of …
—Come on, dad. It's not OnSale's fault.
—Oh really? Then answer me this: who taught you how to dress up your wardrobe with stylish yet affordable eyewear?
—From you, alright. I learned it by watching you.
Deal #: 2926