Oh the things you find when thrift store shopping.

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My girlfriend and I had a long overdue day of thrift store shopping recently. I’ve missed that. Good company, a nice lunch and of course, a few laughs.

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I know nothing about yoga and have never tried it but if you’re so inclined, please tell me…. are bubbles required?

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Because my behind is round enough without bubbles and puckers thank you very much.

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I always cruise Goodwill’s book section. Sadly along with every other damn thing lately, the prices have doubled. Books I used to buy for $3 are now $6-7. Still cheaper than buying new…. unless you’re this particular book of course. $7.98 new, $9.00 at Goodwill. Not much of a bargain there.

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Protein bars with attitude.

And then there’s this last treasure. I didn’t buy it because my kitchen is already crammed with dozens of cookbooks I never use.

But damn…

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It would have made a great gag gift someday.

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30 thoughts on “Oh the things you find when thrift store shopping.”

  1. There are about twenty goodwill trailers parked across the road from my house. Most have been there going on two years. I wonder what it smells like in there.
    I’m a big fan of the habitat home store. I bought a Denon five disc CD changer for $15. Yabba dabba doo!

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  2. Bubble WHAT? Do they pop when you walk because if not, they’re not worth it.
    Crazy prices for used books. You should have bought the last one; it would come in handy one day.

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    1. That’s the only way they could sell it! I never wanted to read Twilight and never intended to until a friend pestered me daily and gave me her copy saying it was the best thing she’d ever read. Needless to say we are no longer friends. Utter drivel. And badly written utter drivel at that!

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