I went clothes shopping the other day in this outfit – yes, at a normal shopping centre – and I eventually became aware that nothing I was wearing was purchased at a normal shopping centre. Hence I had quite a lot of difficultly browsing and buying real life clothes. I didn’t even buy anything the entire day, except for some sushi for lunching on, and I think that is because I’m completely addicted to online shopping.
When I shop online, I can spend hours compiling the ideal list, and working out how to get the cheapest deal. Shop in real life, and it’s almost as though you’re under pressure to get in quick, find something quickly, and get out quickly again. You’d be looked at very suspiciously if you spent hours mulling over a few items of clothing, which is what I do when I shop online. Also, everything seemed far too expensive, even though it really wasn’t, because I’ve gotten so used to buying things in wholesale. Maybe I’m an addict, maybe I’m just a massive cheapskate, but the main point of this lengthy rant is this – Online shopping 1, Normal shopping 0.