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November 16, 2010



ooohhh, you did great! I don't shop in thrift stores, but my mom used to.


I don't visit thrift stores very often but I enjoy it when we do. And the cooties thing doesn't bother me. I must be weird like that!


Sounds like good buys! I don't shop at thrift stores because there aren't many here. I think there's only one (the Salvation Army thrift store) that I know of and it isn't conveniently located. Now that you've mentioned it, the cooties problem kind of creeps me out a little too.


i've shopped for costume "parts" in thrift stores-especially when you're looking for something "old" those are the places to go, pj was ben franklin once, and my mom was mary poppins-thanks to the local charity shop we hit the jack pot. i'm a really odd size so unfortunately it's not the place for clothes shopping. i love how they call them "jumble shops" in the UK.


Yes! I enjoy thrift stores/consignment shops when i have time to really browse. I buy lots of clothes for the kids at consignment stores. And regarding the "cooties" . . . that's the inner germ-phobe talking! I have the same thoughts, and I either wash everything in hot water or dry clean immediately!

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