Strawberry Shortcake socializes girls into a man-crazy, materialistic, mid-life disguised as liberation:
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Actually I think Strawberry Shortcake's ensembles tend to be far more sensible than anything Carrie Bradshaw ever wore.
You got all that from 'sweet in the city' and her walking some dogs?
I think that you're trying to connect stawberry shortcake to sex in the city...but I don't think that's what this puzzle is trying to do.
It's not actually so far-fetched. The font used for the phrase "Sweet in the City" (which is not the standard Strawberry Shortcake font) seems to be trying to allude to "Sex and the City." Whether you want to make something of it or not is up to the reader, but the allusion is there.
Why on Earth would they call it Sweet in the City, if not as a play on Sex in the City?
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