The real tragedy in all this is that you and your friends are forced to see the hoi polloi at all. It must be insulting to your senses and sensibilities to even know that the commoners are there, and relatively close to you. I bet they even have their own smell as their hygiene habits and toiletries cannot be as good as those that your and your social circle use.<quoted text>
The guys in the malls gawk at the females in our group since in their middle class localities they don't get a glimpse of classy, beautiful and stylish girls dressed in bare minimals and in the malls the females tend to check out the hi fashion that the girls in our group wear.
The chicks in our groups are very attractive and wear the trendiest of designer clothes mainly micro shorts and bikini/halter tops from Issey Miyake, Donatella Versace, Nina Ricci, Donna Karan and other renowned fashion designers.
The guys in our group also tend to get a fair share of attention from the females and gays around.
We don't like the attention and the constant staring and whispering about us that these middle class types indulge in are irritating and they don't even have the cash to make big buys in the ordinary shops in the malls. I am not talking of the chic designer salons that dot the elite areas/5 star hotels in South Mumbai where of course these middle class types would feel totally out of place because of the sheer style on display and the exorbitant prices. How terrible for these people.
Anyway, I enjoyed myself today.
What's perplexing to me as that you all spend so much time thinking about your natural good looks and your fine wardrobe only to have others actually LOOK at you when you go out. This is outrageous! In fact there should be a law against it. You look so pretty, eye candy I'm sure, and then say that you "don't like the attention." I'm sure you're only looking so nice for each other, not for "outsiders." They should avert their eyes whenever possible.
But I'm glad you enjoyed yourself today. Being with others is a very good thing.