sekiyoku wrote: If you vote, you should buy it though. It does say "I'd want one" ;)
You sure can casually hit the hot buttons, can't you? It's not enough for you to get the vote, you have to cajole the poor kid into buying the shirt too?
It says "I'd want one", not "I'd buy one". not, like the big orange button on actual.woot.com, "I want one." Without the contraction, it says "I would want one." If certain conditions were met. If I had the money. If it weren't just the best in the derby, but also actually good enough to buy. If I could buy it without that purchase preventing me from being able to buy food. If I could buy it, I would.
There's no commitment to buy here, and none implied. geez.
If the kid buys it, I hope they do it the day it goes on sale- you sure don't deserve the extra $2 after that embarrassing rudeness.