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Clothes shopping should be erased from the list of human activities.

Boring as hell, but enjoy it!
I agree. I wish there were a way around it, but I've simplified the process as much as I can.

But, not just clothes shopping -- any kind of shopping in stores. I hate stores. Shopping malls too. I've got a finite time I can spend there and then something inside me just starts to clamor to get OUT. Doesn't matter if I've concluded getting what I need or not.

I do think it's interesting to go into stores in foreign countries though -- just to see how the stores are arranged and how they offer goods for sale.

I even hate the way stores smell --- just had a memory of that now.
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Simon won!

What I think would be funny would be if Querry won the tournament now.

Simon winning would be good too.
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I bought zero, nada, rien. 3 hours of shopping and I ought nothing. I am not easy

Now I am going to cook a cheesecake. I have been driving a lot around town I am terrible at parking
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I bought zero, nada, rien. 3 hours of shopping and I ought nothing. I am not easy

Now I am going to cook a cheesecake. I have been driving a lot around town I am terrible at parking


What kind of parking? Parallel or pull in?
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I think I will cry if Gillou wins this tournament. It's looking more and more likely, though!

That's what I don't get about you women. If you go shopping for three hours or more and buy nothing, you still feel like you accomplished something.
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I think I will cry if Gillou wins this tournament. It's looking more and more likely, though!

That's what I don't get about you women. If you go shopping for three hours or more and buy nothing, you still feel like you accomplished something.
Let's leave women out of this. I don't like shopping at all. I have a friend who's husband adores shopping. She wants to go camping, but he hates camping, so they always end up going shopping instead. Even in a super deluxe camper he doesn't want to camp because he likes to go to malls and stores.
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Let's leave women out of this. I don't like shopping at all. I have a friend who's husband adores shopping. She wants to go camping, but he hates camping, so they always end up going shopping instead. Even in a super deluxe camper he doesn't want to camp because he likes to go to malls and stores.
Well, okay then. However I will say that, generally, women find shopping for ages more satisfying than men do. Men just want to go in to the shop, get what they want, and get out. There's nothing wrong with either way, though.
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I think my cheesecake will be delicious.

Neither parking star.let me.try to explain: cars on the side of the street, between cars.
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Re: Look, you know, our draws are not rigged they are just unlikely. (pt2)

I love shopping.

But I always end up buying

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Cheesecake…

Now you've got me thinking about food I've missed while I've been away, good food, delicious food. Damn you. Good job I'm going home tomorrow.

I think, if, when it comes to me parking, I'll do a lot of damage. It's a disaster waiting to happen.
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I love shopping.

But I always end up buying
That's okay, then. At least you bought something.

No point going shopping and coming back empty-handed. Big waste of time.
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