Top Ten Most Annoying Things About ShoppingI hate shopping, and I'm not sure how many more of you out there hate it as well, so I decided to list my reasons as why I find shopping annoying
I just want to go home but my parents always choose something that is fit for me I want to sleep at 3pm but instead we went home at 5pm.
This whole list is right! Shopping is annoying
Some just don't know how to act in a public setting, and it's very annoying to see these people going nuts. And don't get me started on crying babies!
WHY do mothers bring their annoying babies and kids in minivans and SUVs. Just to annoy others and you to death? Here are the worst things that The babies and kids do there:
1. They steal.
2. They annoy as hell.
3. They run around like it was a playground.
4. They stare at you, just because you are grabbing stuff.
5. They block the whole shop.
6. They are a waste of space.
7. They throw temper tantrums because they don't get candy.
8. The shop after their horrible visit is indescribable.
9. Their mothers always steal your parking spot and her baby and kids are laughing their asses off.
10. They turn your average shopping day to never ending screaming, whining, crying and annoying noises.
11. Their only safe zone is the toy section where they stay the whole shopping.
12. They look at your car funny.
13. The only things they want are sweets and toys wich are way too expensive and they get bored by playing with them for a few hours.
14. They ...more
If you don't understand what I mean here, it means when you can't fit into kids clothes because they're too small. Then, you go up to the teens section, and those clothes can't fit you either because they're too big. It also works for going from teens section to the adults section of clothing
Happens to me all the time. I pretty much stopped shopping for clothes altogether for that reason.
Especially slow cashiers that seem to have totally forgotten how to do their job. Like, we've spent 3 hours in Target, and you're slowing down the process!
When a parent or guardian gets disgraced to get themselves stuff when they take you out for stuff for you is way too annoying. My dad taught me to poke my mom when she gets distracted while shopping
Next time I'm (forced to go) shopping with my mom, I'll pray that there won't be any discounts...
My Asian parents see a friend/relative, they talk to them FORVER.
I hate when this happens
It's such an unpleasant style. The equally disgusting male equivalent is polos and tacky t-shirts, also with short shorts. I much prefer long-sleeve shirts and long jeans of assorted colour. What makes those harder to find is how they are almost ALWAYS too small.
I hate when I see the majority of the teens section is just crop tops and shorty-shorts. I want clothes that don't make me look like a stripper, I want to look like a normal person. And hell, you aren't even allowed to wear that stuff at my school!
My main gripe with this is that the teen style could not get more generic. That said, I do own both articles of clothing in mention and the least you could do with those is be more creative and original with your style. Not to mention, modest.
This is what happens when the kids sizes are too small, the juniors are immodest, and the women's look too old. At least there's ladies sizes.
I pride myself in being an excellent shopper. Especially when it comes to stretching a dollar. Seems to run in the blood (heh).
My mom would only buy stuff if it's on sale
$29.99 for a pair of shorts makes no sense whatsoever. They basically want you to give up one of your hands and a kidney for one outfit of a t-shirt and shorts. Its ridiculous
Coming from Mrs. Baddesicionmaker, I can't make a simple decision, from a shirt to a blanket for my bed!
My mom always picks the fullest and slowest line
Yeah, that's a pain if your impatient.
My mom and sister makes me hold their place in line for them empty handed for nearly an hour every single time that we go Black Friday shopping
My mom buying me clothes is a waste of a lot of money, because my closet is completely full (honestly, I don't need that much clothes...)
As one matures, one learns to budget. This still limits the things I can practically use money on.
I refuse to spend $80 on a shirt, leggings, and a blanket.
Look at my list titled The most annoying things kids do while shopping. Its great
that is what the belt is invented for and backhanding is also good!
Me: *finds something fragile*
Me: *drops fragile object*
Fragile object: *breaks*
Me *plugs ears*
Baby: *continues crying*
Baby owner: *puts baby closer to my ears*
Baby owner: isn’t he cute?
Baby owner: how dare you insult my baby!
Baby owner: *goes away*
And that’s how I became deaf
We are from Philly. Despite having Apple stores within a 20 minute drive from home, whenever we buy laptops, phones, and tablets, we usually drive 45 minutes to a mall in Delaware because everything in DE is tax-free. Why can't PA and NJ be tax-free as well?
I have to travel up to a half hour to get clothes where I live. It's ridiculous, especially since even those ones are still god-awful.
Main reason why I hate to go shopping with my mom
And how, do you find this annoying?
Who would do such a thing!?
EW POOR! - Richard Goodman
I hate shopping, and this is the reason why. I hate going in with new jeans and get out to show to my mom, then she gives me another one she just found, and repeat for hours.
Its boring when you are little...well food shopping sitting in a shopping trolley chair.
There are so many places I go, such as clothes shops and electronics shops, where the range of goods and features of said goods has little to nothing to what you look for. It is this which has made me resort to acquiring things such as music online, and storing them digitally, because music shops prioritise mainstream pop.
Mom: Ok, today's shopping is finished!
Me on the inside: YAASS! FINALLY!
Mom: OH MY GOD A DISCOUNT ON TOWELS! LET'S GO BUY SOME!
Me on the inside: *falls on her knees* *slow motion* NOO0OO0OO0OO!
Oh yeah, this dialogue takes place in Washington (the state in the top left corner)
Mom: shopping’s done for the rest of the week.
Salesman: *puts up poster*
Mom: *reads poster*
Mom: EXPIRED CALENDARS IN FLORIDA!? WE HAVE TO BUY SOME!
Mom: expired calendars.
Me: In Florida?