Unfiltered Story #179733

, , | Unfiltered | December 11, 2019

I get to a local thrift store a couple of minutes before it opens. There are a few other customers waiting outside, chatting or looking over the merchandise in the windows. It’s just a normal day; they aren’t having a big sale or anything. Another customer approaches and walks past the door to look in the window on the other side.

Customer #1 (closest to the door). There’s a line-up, you know.

Customer #2 (who just arrived). Really? Anyway, I’m just looking at the stuff on this side.

Customer #1 continues to glare at her until she walks back to the end of the “line”. Another customer and I give her a sympathetic eye-roll.

Customer # 2: I thought she was kidding. Who lines up to get into a thrift store?