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WORDS ARE BWRITTEN .....LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING...... FOR ME AND SAYING AND SHIT HAT IM NOT WRITING, IS THAT HAPPENING TO OTHERS?

 

TOL THIS DAY I;VE USED LOL USESARCASSTICALLY AND I STILL JUDGED MYSELF, DOES THIS LOOK LIKE DISPOSALPAPER USE?

@Jompso what?

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Yes, that does happen to someone else.



Anyone else finding a lot of his ties lately? A lot more than usual?
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So many trump ties recently!
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The smoking monkey joined a union?

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dude, you ok? It's 530am and you're typing gibberish. I'm genuinely concerned for you.
Man I remember those days (somewhat) lol
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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post
 

A pair of size 7D Vintage Florsheim Gunboats (I'm assuming these will end up in Asia).

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Or ... :hide:

post #18907 of 51088
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Originally Posted by concealed View Post
 

I actually bought a pair of the Yeezy Boost 350s, #retailthough

 

Oh word? 

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Originally Posted by Chotii View Post

They are obligated to sell it to you - it's a contract, and all that.  But Karma says, let them cancel. If you let them out of the transaction, you're not out anything at all really. If you don't, That looks like a very expensive typo for them to have to eat. 

I bought a lot of 6 pair of shoes for the buy it now of $400. They were all high dollar croc/gator. But, the seller messaged me and said she wouldn't sell them. She said she decided later it was too cheap and she listed them individually. Of course I raised hell and called ebay and they said they couldn't make her sell them to me. The contract nonsense they say is meaningless. There is no enforcement mechanism through ebay.
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Originally Posted by tradish View Post
 

Hi all,

 

New member here, I've been a semi frequent visitor for the past couple of months and decided to dive in.  I just recently started thrifting, and it is something I do a few times a month when I have some spare time (mostly for myself, but have started picking things up here and there that others might like).  I am interested in learning from everyone on here and seeing cool stuff.  Advice is always welcome.  Here are a few items from my last outing.


 

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Hi, my name is Jonathan. I like ties. I'd be happy to take those Ricci's off your hands :)

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A few recent-ish ties:

 

 

Couple of mint Horsies, including an uncommon woven.

 

Sure why not... When every other shitty Stafford and Jos A Bank tie is $7.99+

 

 

This one is quite nice. Would keep for personal stash, but I already have an RLPL with the exact color / pattern. :sly:

 

 

 

This was a really cheap E-thrift.

 

 

Would post more, but my eyes are jacked from taking so many late night photos. Bed-time.

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Originally Posted by Fueco View Post

Yes, that does happen to someone else.



Anyone else finding a lot of his ties lately? A lot more than usual?

heard from a local book reseller (volume guy) that his books have had a nice little pop on the secondary market

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Originally Posted by Nobleprofessor View Post


I bought a lot of 6 pair of shoes for the buy it now of $400. They were all high dollar croc/gator. But, the seller messaged me and said she wouldn't sell them. She said she decided later it was too cheap and she listed them individually. Of course I raised hell and called ebay and they said they couldn't make her sell them to me. The contract nonsense they say is meaningless. There is no enforcement mechanism through ebay.


The lack of enforcement on some rules does get irritating at times.

 

Had an issue about two years ago where I listed something that had a very obvious stain on it, but still felt it would be worth it to someone so I listed it at a fair price. I both took a picture to highlight the stain and typed an individual paragraph for it in the body, so no on would miss it. The buyer actually bought that item, and one other item, from me so I gave him a deal on shipping. He then left me negative feedback on BOTH items, because the one had a stain, but never asked for his money back/any kind of resolution. I emailed eBay saying that not only is he giving me negative feedback for something I made very clear in the ad, but he is also giving me negative feedback on an item for something that is not at all related to that item. Never heard a peep back from them. Not a huge deal (didn't loose any money as he never wanted a refund) but it was irritating to have my 100% positive feedback rating gone for a year because someone had buyer's remorse. 

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I love you both but wrong thread. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Letric View Post
 

A few recent-ish ties:

 

 

Couple of mint Horsies, including an uncommon woven.

 

Sure why not... When every other shitty Stafford and Jos A Bank tie is $7.99+

 

 

Nice find... I found a "Hermes tie" at a consignment store yesterday. It was fake as hell.

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jay kos english tweed knee length


 

Ugh poly, pass.

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