I bought a pink mop last week.
I bought it because I needed a mop, it came with two heads, and it was $5.
I plucked it from a display that looked like it came from the bowels of the basement of Barbie’s Dream House.
“Support breast cancer research!” was emblazoned on the display, but it played no role in my buying decision, for a couple of reasons:
One, I don’t believe for a minute any of the $5 I paid will go toward a legitimate charity that works toward research and awareness.