This is Param, or as he goes by on Instagram, Lavish. He has a lot of money — or rather, his parents have a lot of money — and they don’t mind him stealing a few hundred thousand for posing and playing. Hailing from San Francisco, Lavish has amassed more than 70,000 followers on Instagram, fans who are mystified by his bizarrely luxurious life. But let’s just hear from Lavish in his own words, shall we? “My life is like Louis Vuitton, everyone wants it. You made ur bed so sleep in it peasants.”
Lavish prolifically documents his excessive lifestyle on the ‘gram. There’s the “using Perrier to flush my toilets” photo. The “I’m using hundred dollar bills as a blanket” shot. And the “Of course I hand in my civics homework with $175 gold-plated staples, bitch” picture. His excess is so well-known that even noted ascetic and frugal chef Rihanna commented on some of his photos.
Lavish is impressive because he’s built a douche empire several magnitudes larger than douches twice his age. So kudos for that. But despite stacks of cash and Louis Vuitton everything, there’s one thing Lavish still can’t afford … And that, my friends, is proper spelling and grammar. Witness this error-laden message to Kim Kardashian (I know, I know):
Thankfully, there’s an easy solution, Lavish! For just $63 million — the alleged value of Kim Kardashian’s peasant fortune — I will happily teach you the difference between “your” and “you’re.”
Something to think about during your next shopping trip.