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    Are there any shops that you can't go near if you have any money otherwise you know you will end up going in a buying things?
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    Are there any shops that you can't go near if you have any money otherwise you know you will end up going in a buying things?
    uh
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    boots. arrrgh I cant go in and spend less that £30. and River Island. I hate Topshop with a passion though. I want to look good, not look like a fashion victim.
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    boots and superdrug- i always think of a lipgloss or something i want.

    and music zone- damn them selling cheap cds, books, dvds and videos- i always see something.

    lou xxx
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    I was in the pentagon today with £60 in my pocket and I was walking up to the bus station. Instead of passing game, as I knew I needed the money for other things, but I got drawn into game and ended up spending £25.
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    (Original post by wiwarin_mir)
    Are there any shops that you can't go near if you have any money otherwise you know you will end up going in a buying things?
    Harrods. I just can't get enough Krispy Kreme
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    Musiczone as Lou said, its a highly adictive shop, HIFI shops tend to be dangerous spot for me as well as Quality Save.
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    lets try EVERY SHOP. Especially Giselle, everytime i walk past it I end up buying something.
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    What makes it even more infuriating is the fact that I never usually buy games or music, I usually just download it. For some unknown reason though, game calls to me, like the sirens did to ancient mariners.
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    Greggs.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Greggs.
    Yep thats another shop I always go in, it will probably shorten my life span that shop I buy so much junk in there.
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    Yep thats another shop I always go in, it will probably shorten my life span that shop I buy so much junk in there.
    Greggs?
    EDIT: never mind, i know
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    (Original post by Everdawn)
    welcome to the world of the shopaholic.
    Game (and possibly gamestation) are the only shops I get compulsive about, it is really annoying.
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    i thought krispy kremes only existed im America
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    (Original post by amazingtrade)
    Yep thats another shop I always go in, it will probably shorten my life span that shop I buy so much junk in there.
    You guys are lucky, you've got that toffee apple cream cake up there. We don't have that here nearby but when I was up in Manchester for my interview I enjoyed two of those, mmm! And the price is great when you consider I'm living in the world's 7th most expensive city.
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    (Original post by John Paul Jones)
    i thought krispy kremes only existed im America
    I believe Al Fayed's is the only place you can get them here. And they give you a freshly baked one free while you wait, just like in america.
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    damn I haven't heard of any of those places. scotland sucks. I have to admit though I have been taken shopping to harrods a few times and loved it. I like monsoon too although its about £50 per top.
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    (Original post by John Paul Jones)
    i thought krispy kremes only existed im America
    Theres one in Sydney, my uncle send them up to us and I share them with my friends.
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    (Original post by sublime_envy)
    damn I haven't heard of any of those places. scotland sucks. I have to admit though I have been taken shopping to harrods a few times and loved it. I like monsoon too although its about £50 per top.

    true - scotland does suck, what a boring place
 
 
 
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