Why People Are Madly In Love With Tiffany And Co

by Jenny Riley - Date: 2006-11-24 - Word Count: 393 Share This!

One of those stores known to everyone all over the world is Tiffany and Co They're even known in places lacking their outlets. Tiffany and Co., America's most high-end jewelry store not only provide people with the highest quality jewelry but also the satisfaction of knowing that you bought something from the best store available.

But much of what Tiffany and Co. sell is not the actual products but Tiffany and Co. The name of the manufacturer is a major issue in the jewelry business, especially the high-end jewelry. The price tag on the items reflect the manufacturer and not the material from which it was made.

As an American with many years of experience in the basic and preliminary understanding of women, I have come to one definite conclusion. American women love Tiffany and Co. I don't care about the age of the girl, her state, or taste. The sight of a Tiffany and Co. box is enough to make her go wild in jubilation.

Even if your girl friend isn't the 'high maintenance' type, giving her a gift from Tiffany and Co. is a sign that you're willing to 'provide' and be committed to the relationship. This is one thing most women cherish. But that's if they're interested in you as well. They can't help it any more than we can't help looking at their breast or at least are tempted to do so.

Hence, Tiffany and Co. often comes to my mind when I want to pass across that special message to a woman. Their little boxes come in cupid arrow shape. There is also the dollar shape. However, getting anything from Tiffany and Co. is impossible without taking out a loan and signing away your soul.

But who cares, I'm an easy target when it comes to love. Some of the basic simple silver items are two or three times more expensive than their retail value in any other local jewelry store. But you can't remove that priceless symbol and the mesmerizing blue box.

Tiffany and Co. became well-known after that classic Hollywood 1961 production. It was titled breakfast at tiffany's with Audrey Hepburn playing the role of a young woman in love with Tiffany and Co. Though the movie wasn't intended to show her love of tiffany's, but it goes a long way to justify my belief that American women love Tiffany and Co.

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