Don't get me wrong. I own one, everyone in my family owns one, all my friends own one. So I don't have anything against those who own one, because that's also me right there.
Look, it's a great travel bag! I would strongly recommend that you have one in your bag closet because it folds nicely, is waterproof and roomy. So let me put this in context. What I am bothered about is the way some people act like its a most precious thing. Holding it gingerly, sometimes with an affected air. So conscious about it. And this applies not only to Longchamp, but to any bag. Admit it, there's always one girl in your school or office who acts like this.
There is a difference between taking care of your belongings and being exagg about it. There are those who need to have a special seat for their bag, and that's fine, but my friends and I have seen it many times, women who wait for you to look at their bag, because it's a designer bag. Expecting you to be envious about it. That's who I am referring to. The ones who forged their identity to a bag.
Thank you to those who have pointed out that you use Longchamp as pang harabas, as a diaper bag or as a bag to stuff all your essentials, a walang keme bag. That's the spirit! That's the way it is supposed to be, used, abused and loved to bits.