There’s a Corgi bag at Marshalls. Repeat, there’s a Corgi bag at Marshalls

Marshalls Corgi Bag

Yes, the CEO of shops at Marshalls, and when she does, she brings along this Corgi bag (conveniently bought at Marshalls)

The glorious time between Thanksgiving and Christmas, ushered in by the calm commercial serenity that is Black Friday, is made that much sweeter when carrying this Corgi Bag, found at none other that Marshalls.  Rather than burrowing through massive crowds at the mall with your arms full of the harvest bounty you have obtained at the likes of Lord & Taylor and Pottery Barn, one could simply part the proverbial sea of shoppers while casually slinging this bag over your shoulder leaving both upper appendages free to “innocently” check your Apple watch and thereby flash the bling.  If Bling herself were riding in said Corgi bag, perfection would be obtained.

Let’s do a quick review of the Corgi bag.  We’ll give the makers of this bag an A+ for the Corgi front and center and the correct geographic reference of London.  That’s presumably the London Bridge in the background.  Sure, could do without the English Bulldog, but at least the bag makers realize whose in charge of the British canine contingent.

Now what would one be willing to pay for this gem?  $20?  $30?  (Note, it does not include a Corgi, which incidentally could probably fit comfortably into the bag).  As Wayne Campbell might say, “Sh-yeah right!”  THIS IS MARSHALLS we’re talking about.  Only the finest, most luxurious shopping establishment this side of TJ Maxx.  Try $6.99 for a Corgi bag of your dreams.  That’s a discount price to pay for a lifetime of memories.  Think about it.  $6.99 for about 3 cents worth of material is a solid win for Marshalls.  But $6.99 is also a super deal for the avid Corgi aficionado who would undoubtedly pay ten or twenty times that for a plastic bag.

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