Post # 1
So, I watched this movie, “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead.” The next day I went out and bought a $200 juicer. Come to find out, that I’m not really the juicing kind of girl. I saved all the packaging and the receipt, so I’m pretty sure I can get away with returning it.
Makes me wonder what other people have returned (and gotten away with it!)
My aunt returned unused makeup that she had for 4 years. Someone else I know returned expensive flip flops that she got blisters in (the flip flops had blood stains from the blisters…)
Post # 3
@kelly105: I’ve returned all kinds of things. Nothing gross, but def things that I’ve used.
Post # 4
@kelly105: I’ve returned outifts that I’ve worn a few times. I just left the tags in them! Thanks Clueless!
Post # 5
the blood stains are SO disgusting.
I actually rarely return stuff… I always forget (and the date has past) or am just to lazy to go through the process
Post # 6
@kelly105: That movie was great, wasn’t it? I like juicing, but definitely not daily. Every once in a while is enough for me!
Darling Husband and I are moving here in a few days, and while packing I found a package of boxers I had bought him that didn’t fit. He only tried one pair on and we packaged them back up with the receipt but forgot about them. They were seriously like 2 years old, but they gave me cash back, no problem.
Post # 7
Sometimes I buy stuff at Marshalls or TJ Maxx on a whim because it’s cheap, then when I get home I’m like “When am I ever going to wear this?” and it gets returned.
I’m normally one of those crazy shoppers that researches and mulls over every single purchase though, so it doesn’t happen much.
Post # 8
@KatyElle: I am the same way, especially with Marshall’s. Everything is such a good deal it always seems like a great purchase!
Post # 9
@Linz1231: Yes, the documentary was great, and I would probably juice more if I had a kitchen big enough to house all the juicing equipment! But after I wash all the parts and put them on my counter to dry, I have no more counter left!
Post # 10
My friends sister works at Clinique. She said that people returned foundation that is almost all gone. Apparently they’re not too strict about it!
Post # 11
@MlleBrielle: Wow, I don’t have the balls for that.
Post # 12
I’ve only returned something once. And it was because it really was not what I wanted when I got it home and felt overwhelmed by how much money I spent and how much I hated it. The lady at the store when I returned it said people come in with baskets of stuff to return daily and she doesn’t understand why they buy so much to begin with if they didn’t want it.
Post # 13
Once when I was in college, I returned an espresso machine and claimed it had been broken when I bought it. In reality, I had bought it as a gift for my mom and my stupid drunk boyfriend at the time dropped the box off my apartment’s balcony and busted it. I still feel guilty about it! 🙁
Post # 14
Aside from gifts of clothing that didn’t fit (thanks to my extended family), I’ve only returned things like twice ever. Both were online purchases, once Kohls sent me the wrong size of sweater and once I ordered gravity operated salt and pepper grinders that were damaged upon arrival. Maybe I’m just shy, but I get so nervous returning things.
Post # 15
I never return anything. Fiance is even worse. He will buy something of the wrong size and let it sit around because he’s too lazy to return it!
Post # 16
I worked in a grocery store in high school. A customer once tried to return a rotten tomato that she had bought a month prior and “never used.” Yeah… not my problem, lady!!