Originally Posted by Towers
Clearly this is a raw nerve for you, if you are so unhappy about having to remove hangers from clothes for minimum wage you should consider unionizing or putting up signs that all hangers must be removed by patrons.
Canali coat in 40R, my size but available straight up for a barbour or a nice trench.
Ebay, BB (available), Pringle (available), BB (N/A), BB (N/A)
is this the right Versace? its un-wearably ugly but was cheap enough I don't mind throwing it out.
Chill, dude. That said, I would hate to be on the other end of the intercom when you're coming through the drive-through. The world is not your servant, nor are minimum-wage thrift-shop employees there to do everything just-exactly-perfect as you might want or demand. And, yes, it is a raw nerve--as I said previously, it's a pain in the ass to be held up in line because folks with groaning carts think that it is someone else's job to deal with hangers. Think about it: You're getting a $300 tie for less than $5 and you can't be bothered to remove the freakin' hanger yourself because you think it's someone else's job. You weep for yourself and you curse the thrift store. You have that luxury. You have that luxury of not knowing what I know, that the clerk's disregard for protocol in removing tie from hanger probably saved time. And my existence, while grotesque and incomprehensible to you, saves ties. You don't want the truth, but you want the tie.