Contentment. Poverty doesn’t provide it and money can’t buy it. While the deception of poverty is usually black and white, as in, you either have it or you don’t; the deception of the affluent is more subtle.
Divorced dads. You know them. Made infamous by jaded, but naive courthouse judges and their brigade. They’re the not-so-lovable, incompetent men badgered by an eternally ‘competent,’ narcissistic ex-wife.