I hate the sales due to allround madness. I prefer things to be quiet when I go shopping and I head straight to the department where they have the item I want to buy so that I can be quickly in and out of the shop.
I went to the shops on Monday morning at opening time with a mission to buy a new drying machine because my old one thinks that it's the alarm system of the local fire department but the parking lot was already packed
The sales person was trying to talk nonsense to me about what machine to buy but luckily, I'd done my homework. Sadly, the machine I bought (with the highest energy saving label) was to be paid at full price.
That's my other problem with sales: usually, the things I'm interested in are not part of the sales deal.
I loathe sales. Well, I loathe shopping period. I won't buy things on sale unless I would have paid full price.
But it was worth the wait because I hate it when I've bought something and I find it a couple of weeks later with a huge price deduction.
Well, I don't like this either, but I found out long ago that even when I buy something on sale there still might have been an opportunity to get it even cheaper somewhere else. I have taken care of this problem by never looking at sales or prices.
, what boots did you end up buying (remember that you showed us pictures some time ago when you were still undecided?)
I'm contemplating buying boots because there are some
out there but I'd better not because I rarely wear them
I didn't buy any boots.
I am very good at talking myself out of buying things.
I decided I didn't really need them.
Many people who live here complain that there's no shopping, and they are correct. I think it's the great thing about the town.
I buy practically everything off the internet anyway. Tons of cardboard at my house for the recycle man to pick up.