I was pleased, to say the least, when a thrift store from across town moved within walking distance of my house. “Hellooo, it’s me again!”
It is called The Economy Center. It is run by volunteers, always elderly, and the prices are often in cents.
I like to take pictures of interesting things I find in stores like these. It also helps cut down on any impulses to buy. Sometimes just having a photograph of it serves that reward center.
This Burger King watch should be on your gift list for any man in your life. The Economy Center had THREE of these masculine, handsome watches in stock.
This store has a large book selection as well for book hunters.
This story was about a family of three whose car breaks down. The father goes to look for help and leaves his two young daughters behind. One girl has to piss like a racehorse and takes her sister with her to find a shitter. They go into a library and are in the lavatory as the library is locked up for the night. This results in the pair getting locked inside the library. As if that is not drama enough, they hear a ghost gallivanting around. I hope they are alive at the end of the story!
I thought, oh, this is probably another book about sorority girls and mixed drinks. Upon closer inspection, I found it was really about twins trying to help a Russian friend defect. It is sort of a lighthearted title for such a serious topic, in my opinion.
This is a Harlequin Romance which places THREE novels in ONE. What a deal. Check out the author’s name. Neels??? For one of these slimeball romances? It’s got to be a pen name.
This Enrique Inglesias VHS was promptly removed from near mint status the second that black sharpie hit its surface. In Spanish class in high school, we used to sing his song, “Just Another Day Without You” in Spanish.
This isn’t from the store, but from my own home. It is a pen filled with 2,000 dollars worth of cash. I’m a rich bitch!