I always found it quite ironic that Google would place ads in the header of my inbox that were eerily related to me or my interests. When I was pregnant, there were all sorts of ads about pregnancy. Post-baby, there were ads about losing baby weight. Now, there are ads about food. And baby toys. And food.
“Free cookbook. Offer ends today”!
“50% off toys sale today!”
“Discount on bakeware for your cakes!”
Google, are you watching me?
Whatever, I thought. Though I rarely clicked on the ads, they could be helpful. They showed me ads for things I would find appealing and things that coincided with my interests or my place in life. Google shared sales and discounts with me and showed me new, marvelous things that I needed for my life. We were friends!
And then this showed up in the ad placement of my inbox header:
“Rider’s by Lee. Relaxed fit jean.”
Hmm. What is that?
This is Rider’s by Lee relaxed fit jean in medium stone, my friends:
|image via ridersbylee.com|
Now I know I’m not a stylish gal. And I know I’m always a day late and a dollar short when it comes to fashion trends. I also know I’m a mom now, and that I turned a quarter of a century old a couple of days ago.
Google, do you really think I’m ready and worthy of Rider’s by Lee relaxed fit casual jean in medium stone?
|SNL’s “MOM JEANS”. Image via google.|
This is my life now, folks.
Have a blessed and mom-jean-free weekend!