Ratchet Ri¢h

For as long as I can remember I have always scuffed my shoes up, stained or ripped clothes on accident, or even damaged an object I own such as my car. Although it gets aggravating depending on the severity of the damage, I take pride in whatever I do to make it better. I may use white out for a stain on a white T-Shirt, or a marker or crayon to color over a stain on a new pair of shoes, I may have even painted a strip of tape to match my car to cover a scratch on the passenger door. Whatever it is that I do to fix the flaw or imperfection on the item(s) that people may see me with I spend little to nothing. Many people would say “It’s replaceable, buy another pair” or “That’s nothing, nobody will see it”. In the long run I could spend roughly $500+ to replace a casual outfit. What’s the point? Why buy a new outfit? I mean, why did I buy that outfit in the first place? The most obvious reason would be that I was satisfied with how I looked wearing it. If I bought an object, the reason for buying it could’ve been that I thought it fit my personality. That’s when I put two together and wrote “Ratchet Ri¢h”. It’s not only about fixing damaged clothes, etc. using the slightest effort, and spending little to nothing. It’s a style, it’s one’s way to connect with the world using creativity, art, taste, and most importantly their individual image. When anybody notices somebody else wearing an outfit that interests them, they’re most likely wanting to approach that person to compliment them, or if somebody hates the sunglasses they see somebody else wearing, they may even want to express their opinion on what they don’t particularly like about the sunglasses. Either way, the person wearing the outfit, and the person wearing the sunglasses now have the opportunity to share their interests and vision, all because he or she wore what they believed represented them the best. Be Ratchet Ri¢h! Spend little to nothing to make what you have better. Everybody has a vision, why not express it everyday?