trekmiss wrote:Wow, I knew you had found a few, but that's more than a few. I'm not sure I'd buy an anvil woot shirt even at thrift prices, but I'll buy any AA woot shirt no matter what size.
That pile is from many visits to many thrift stores here; I'm sure I flipped through well over 10k shirts on the racks to find them over the course of a few months.
I'm selective with the Anvils; a design from an artist I like, in passable condition, and $3 or less? It's probable. Stray from that, and it's not so likely.
I'm more lenient with the AAs, but even then, I can't/don't save all of them. A questionable design, too worn/damaged, and/or over valued and they're a pass too.
The shirt I found yesterday was a ML making it my size. That made me very happy!
Woo, yay! There's a definite thrill to the hunt, and when it's a really good shirt, it's even more exciting.
(Kind of like when I ran across an UnNinja a couple weeks ago that's less worn than my two "wear" copies. SOLD! ... because I just don't have enough of them. First one I've ran across too.)
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