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That makes sense, I wasn't sure if it really was possible. If there are enough DHs that could/would keep up with things, that would be great. I suppose thread-starters could make requests within TransMod to have their thread kept by a DH. In turn you (plural) could assign it to someone. Maybe I'm making this too complicated, but I like the idea.I don't think affiliates sincerely abuse their status, but it would be a step in the right direction towards streamlining...
Great of you to chime in, Fok. My take on it: 1. You're right that things shouldn't be segregated more than it is, people will stop visiting certain areas. 2. Pinning may not be practical, but the ability for thread starters to edit their posts might be useful. It would somehow enable the thread starter to compile useful information as the thread grows. Many downsides to this (inactive thread-starter, abuse of privilege, etc.), but it could cut down on seeing/answering...
I absolutely love the fact that your grandmother chose to go bold with her top. Your fit is brilliant and good on you for taking out out like that.
I made it out once this week, so a few finds...First one wasn't really thrifted. I got it in the mail today from Japan. My neighbors sign for all of my packages that arrive while I'm at work (99% of them), and I think they must wonder what in the hell I do with my life. Today, I had a box from the US, an envelope from Japan, and a small package from Italy. All are vague on their addresses/contents. Anyway, I was going to re-release this pocket square, but I'm not sure I am...
In that case, make it very clear: you don't offer partial refunds. If they are unhappy, then they can return them. If they're satisfied, then they keep them. If someone is simply unhappy with colors, fit, etc., I won't give in to a partial refund. It's either satisfied or not. If you receive negative feedback after they refuse to return them, I *think* you can get it removed under the basis of feedback extortion. They threatened you with negative feedback unless you...
Good to know. Not for myself as a seller, but for those that want to opt out of it. I won't personally buy anything with the GSP as the prices are INSANE. Maybe it's easier for sellers, but as an example, I bought something recently that cost $91. The shipping would have been $28 and another $30 or so in customs fees.Here's an example:
Thank you! I was talking to my brother and I believe I pronounced it "loo loo lemòn" and he though it was a riot.
I can empathize with both of those sentiments. My wife will go along with me, but she dislikes the lack of organization. She does, however, like vintage/antique furniture, lamps, clothes, etc. She's done a complete 180 on that from when we first met.@div25sec9 My wife is the same. She will iron and run out of hangers. She'll have no understanding as to why I have so many "brown" shoes. However, she has started using the word "beautiful" to refer to certain fabrics/colors...
Really sorry to hear about that. Like in all sales, there is a small minority that won't play fair. It sounds like you have one on your hands, assuming that the shoes are as you describe. I recently had a similar experience with an international buyer. They claimed that a sweater I sold them was stretched. It wasn't. My photos were accurate, my measurements were accurate. They're a seller, so I'm fairly certain it was a case of not knowing they were buying a women's...
Saw @mreister's bid come in and congratulate him on his win. I thought I had it at a bargain. In lieu of my purchase, I intend on making a donation to a couple of my favorite charities right after Christmas including SOS Kinderdorf (Austria) and the Ronald McDonald House. A huge thanks to the sponsors of these auctions and to both Fok and unbelragazzo for their time and effort!
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