There's nothing wrong with using your inheritance to follow your dreams, which works out well, because it takes a lot of hush money to get away with attending class naked. Using theirs to realize the dream of peddling housewares: the couple behind Progress.
Run by a design-obsessed husband/wife team who worked in the furniture industry for years before inheriting Grandma's house allowed them to move back to SD and open their dream shop, Progress is an eccentrically-stocked South Park boutique peddling kitschy-cool homegoods/randomness, which, combined with its exposed ceiling beams, gives off an old attic-y feel, which'll make mutant-child shoppers feel right at home. Pad-sprucers include "Design your own Darn Coaster" sets which allow the mixing/matching of drink-buffers adorned with bucks/liquor store signs/uncaged birds, dishes suggestively scrawled with "In" or "Out", Newgate wall clocks like the spherical, wall-popping "Bubble", and leather-hemmed, Swedish "Bjork Rugs" made from 100% wool, unlike Bjork's actual rugs, which are made from 100% swan, and occasionally worn as dresses. Manly randomness comes in the form of a handy long-stem match box with knot-tying instructions/ruler/unit conversion chart, awesomely gifty jewelry made from old brothel tokens, like one fronted by a deal from Colorado's Blair House ("good for one screw"), and a "Wild Man" shaving kit loaded with sassafras soap, a hardwood lathering bowl, and a boar-bristle brush, meaning your visit to Blair House will no longer be the only time you had a brush with a boar.
For your money, they'll also sling you a "Bank in the Form of a Pig" cast from dead piglets, who clearly should've invested more time suckling from the power teet.