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Rich Kids Of Instagram or Rich cats? Which do you prefer?

November 15, 2012

"For some, Tumblr sensation Rich Kids of Instagram was a hilarious peek into the Champagne-swilling lives of wealthy teenagers. Others — such as those of us who actually had to spend our adolescent years around precisely these sorts of people —just found it depressing. But leave it to the Internet to transform the phenomenon into something everyone can enjoy: Rich Cats of Instagram, a Tumblr that replaces debauched teens with felines surrounded by pill bottles, ensconced in posh mini-dwellings, and dripping with jewelry. See some of our favorite photos from the blog below — because you’ve made it through the week and you deserve it."--by Judy Berman

Rich Kids Of Instagram
http://richkidsofinstagram.tumblr.com/

Here's Brendan bowling
http://instagram.com/p/Ov9hd7GlKu/

What's next for the Rich Kids of Instagram?
http://www.cnn.com/2012/08/17/tech/web/rich-kids-of-instagram/index.html

Never Mind Rich Kids of Instagram, Here’s Rich Cats of Instagram
http://www.flavorwire.com/328604/never-mind-rich-kids-of-instagram-heres...

Rich Cats Of Instagram
http://richcatsofinstagram.tumblr.com/

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