Inexplicably, the "Life is good" brand graces the Fashion & Style section of the New York Times today, in an article that basically says, "What a nice brand. Good job. Lots of people in Massachusetts love this brand, and it's been doing well for many years."
There's no way to say this without sounding like a grumpy snob, but seriously?
Their most popular style has Jake and his pie-faced grin sitting in an Adirondack chair as if there was nothing more to life than kicking back.That should be their least popular style. I'm taking a break to go get a big frown tattooed on my lower back, bye.