Anywho, I digress …

Loosely based on what might have happened. Or not.

Getting shirty

Posted by episode81 on January 3, 2012

Shirts? Or not. I'll go with not in this case.

I love giving presents to people.  Let’s be honest, I love getting them … slightly more 😀

ThinkGeek is a great source of ideas.  O. M. G.  They have Stargate coasters!  Want.

Anywho, I digress …

I spent ages in Macy’s looking for shirts for my sweetie for Xmas.  He had been measured for shirts at a Fancy Clothing Store a few weeks before so I was confident that I had the right size.  I left with 6 fabulous shirts.

Christmas Day

5 shirts had sleeves that were too short.  Fancy Clothing Store, you suck.  Hopefully someone got you a new tape measure for Christmas.  Grrr.

Boxing Day

I returned 5 shirts and selected 5 replacements.
Once I got home, I noticed that one of the shirts was the wrong size – the sticker on it didn’t match the label. It was way too big.

Day after Boxing Day

I returned the enormous shirt and selected a replacement.
Once I got home, I unpacked the shirts and hung them in the wardrobe.  It was then that I realized that I only had 5 shirts instead of 6. When exchanging the 5 shirts, one got left behind.

Still the day after boxing day

I returned to the store armed with 5 shirts, 3 receipts (original, 5 replacements, one replacement) and a sour look on my face.
I retrieved the forgotten shirt.

Done.

Got 6, exchanged 5, exchanged 1, retrieved 1.

Good grief.

Next year I am buying socks and Stargate coasters.

Lisa.

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One Response to “Getting shirty”

  1. Amanda said

    and this is why i order shirts online… 🙂

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