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18-03-2004
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I have never bought something with the intent of returning it later.

That's funny some people actually buy their own "pastic tag gun" to reattach the tags themselves. lol buy the gun and then return the gun to the store

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I liek to buy thinsg that mean something to me longer than a few hours.

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Originally posted by shoe_gal_04@Mar 18th, 2004 - 8:20 pm
I have never bought something with the intent of returning it later.

That's funny some people actually buy their own "pastic tag gun" to reattach the tags themselves. lol buy the gun and then return the gun to the store
WoW" - i cant believe what im reading. What kind of person buys clothes with the intention of returning them?

I have NEVER and would never think of buying something to return it later. if i cant afford something i will leave it or do it the old-fashionned way - save up for it!. That is just so class-less in my unbelievable own opinion

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Originally posted by OriginalGucciGirl+Mar 19th, 2004 - 12:44 pm--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(OriginalGucciGirl @ Mar 19th, 2004 - 12:44 pm)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-shoe_gal_04@Mar 18th, 2004 - 8:20 pm
I have never bought something with the intent of returning it later.

That's funny some people actually buy their own "pastic tag gun" to reattach the tags themselves. lol buy the gun and then return the gun to the store
WoW" - i cant believe what im reading. What kind of person buys clothes with the intention of returning them?

I have NEVER and would never think of buying something to return it later. if i cant afford something i will leave it or do it the old-fashionned way - save up for it!. That is just so class-less in my unbelievable own opinion [/b][/quote]
indeed! it's tacky

BTW in case anyone was wondering, I was kidding about buying a tag gun then later returning the gun itself

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21-03-2004
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I used to work at Ann Taylor and we kept a black list of women who did that. Sometimes I wanted to slap them on the head and yell, "HELLO!!! Could you BE a little less obvious? At least steam out the wrinkels in the crotch area!"


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I would never do that. If I buy something, it is because I am buying it. I think the buy-wear-return thing is SO tacky.

I feel horrible when I have to return something because I discover it is damaged when I get it home, or it looks simply awful when not in the dim, murky limbo of a dressing room. I think I have returned clothing items maybe 4-5 times in my entire shopping life. It is so embarrasing to me to have to go in and request an exchange or a refund. I feel like a tool for buying something then having to turn around and take it back. I sometimes wonder if I look like I was doing the buy-wear-return maneuver, and hope nobody thinks that is what I did!

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I used to work at Ann Taylor and we kept a black list of women who did that. Sometimes I wanted to slap them on the head and yell, "HELLO!!! Could you BE a little less obvious? At least steam out the wrinkels in the crotch area!"


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22-03-2004
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Ew. Soo incredibly tacky. I basically consider it stealing. You are purchasing the item to wear and when you are wearing it for "free", it's taking advantage of the distributer. Never have done it and never will.

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What about stylists who have to do this for shoots.. is it still tacky then?

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