Yeah I vaguely remember writing that. I did go to hobby lobby. I did buy something and I was waiting in line. There were lots of old people and women and children all around me. Haha this is my memoir thank you for reading.
It was the thread that lead me down this whole 'importing' rabbit hole.
Anyway, it's imported now.
Edit: There were actually like 4 other threads I missed the thread body in. They're impor... more
Based on what day it is? The one by me does (or did... It's been a while since I was there).
I was only really worth buying the things that were on sale. It would just stink to drive out there for some cheap cabinet knobs or something just to find out that they're half off tomorrow.
It's thankfully been much less frequent since Covid and the baby though. I don't "hate" the place, there's just nothing really there that actually interests me. I feel like at best I get 25%-40% interested in something I stumble upon at that store.
My wife? 110% on everything in every aisle. We'r... more
Same here... Only about 3 aisles are interesting, the rest are all decorations and stuff women like. I can be in and out in 15 minutes, having seen everything of interest twice.
I try not to take my wife to the hardware store for the same reason... Bored wife = not good.
I did go to hobby lobby.
I did buy something.
I was waiting in line.
There were lots of old people and women and children all around me.
Wait, let me frame it:
+ Retna: A tale of Hobby Lobby
+ Authored by Retna
+ Puckdropp... more
I read that if you have enough money, you can just buy enough books and get the "NY Times Best Seller" distinction.
Quick Google search says 5k-10k in one week in sales to distinct purchasers. That should be easy enough to bot to fake addresses. :)