Frigging awesome shopping day!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by Sunburst, May 15, 2004.

  1. Sunburst

    Sunburst Fairy

    Toy kid's xylophone- thrift store- 50cents
    Awesome 60's dress- thrift store- $2
    Flowing deep purple ankle-length skirt- thrift store- $2
    New headband- thrift store- 50cents
    Necktie- thrift store- 50cents
    2 towels to donater to the SPCA- thrift store- $3

    AMAZING Sarong pants- African store in the mall- $20
    XCute heart bellybutton barbell- African s.i.t mall- $10

    Hemanine cross necklace- Envirostore- $5

    Aaaaaand this amazingly comfy couch-chair-chaise thingy piece of furniture, thrift store, for $4.00!!!!

    Photos to come soon:D
    That was thre most amazing shopping day EVER
  2. Peace-Phoenix

    Peace-Phoenix Senior Member

    What is this thrift store? Is it an ethical company? Do they make sure none of their clothes are sourced from sweat shops?
  3. Edward G.

    Edward G. Edwardson

    lol dude! :D Thrift stores are sorta like charity places, people give them their old stuff and they sell it for cheap, and use the money for like the Humane Society or hospital or something.
  4. Fractual_

    Fractual_ cosmos factory

    they just make sure none of their clothes cost anything.
  5. mmmmm I love shopping!! It's my hobby although I don't usually go to thrift stores anymore. Im wanting to get sum of those ballet shoes next time I have the $$ (which wont be this week :p ) Also wanna get some new tops coz I did a massive chuck out and only have 4 tops left!!
  6. Sunburst

    Sunburst Fairy

    Thrift stores are stores where people donate their clothes/furniture/other items too. Then, they are sold for reeeally cheap prices so poorer ppl can afford them. The 2 in my town make sure that thousands of pounds of clothes, books, etc. are sent to 3rd-world-countries every year. It's fabulous:D

    Plus, they have awesome retro clothes:cool:
  7. awesomE! i love thrift stores!
  8. Dilapidated

    Dilapidated Member

    Whoo! Splendidly grand! I love thrift stores as well. I think I'll go tomorrow. If my mom is willing to drive me (she loves them too). I can't wait until I have my license.
  9. Wow, that's great ! This weekend I am going thrift storing and flea marketing !!

    ~ Sapphire
  10. BraveSirRubin

    BraveSirRubin Members

    I personally prefer clothes made in sweat shops. They insure quality of product.
  11. hahahahaha oh shit.
    Personally, I dont give a fuck where my clothes come from, wether they are cheap or expensive, or what they are made of. If I like it, I buy it.
  12. BraveSirRubin

    BraveSirRubin Members

    Well, same here.

    ( I just like pissing off the idiots that think that sweat shops are actually "evil" by saying that all of my clothes are from them)
  13. lol I knew where you were coming from. :p
  14. seamonster66

    seamonster66 discount dracula

    Yah,joe blow in America is jealous, used to get a decent wage then the Iraq war broke out lost his job to someone making 1/10th what he did and taxes go up with no growth or interest in the decaying frame of the USA.
  15. Marlyn

    Marlyn Member

    Oh theres more than two :p I found 3 more downtown :> mmm saturday!
    thats when i get the paycheck that i was supposed to have last friday - but didnt get it cuz my bank had to hold it :p anywho i'll have 331 dollars to spend in a week so my budget (that i made on thursday) is cut in half! - of course i could spend the same amount and save twice as much...
    but then, i'll be getting another paycheck that friday so i'm sure the amount i save will be enough. haha! 231 dollars to spend!! :p i owe my friend 60$ and my mum 40$ :p
  16. thepixies

    thepixies Member

    my taste in clothes is as long as i look lie a twat in them, then ill buy them
  17. Orsino

    Orsino Member

    I have found flannel shirts to be cheap.. and I like them too. $2.00 for a flannel shirt... Well, I don't know about sweat shops. It kinda pisses me off, but then again, where are you going to find US made stuff... I really don't care a whole lot about bush and him getting ratings for driving the economy, but I really think companies like nike could give people working their asses off in vietnam and other places an extra quarter or two at the least. :eek:
  18. Sage-Phoenix

    Sage-Phoenix Imagine

    Yay for you Sunburst, what luck!

    Thrift stores are Charity shops to me and you. :)

    LOL Jack, my brother has that style motto too.



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