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Every time I go to Burger King. They used to be almost ok.... Every time I've been in the past few years the food was cold or the order was wrong.

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Amazon Kindle but I am not much of a reader.
A solar powered wii remote that broke on the 3rd month.
Gold Fish that die after a day of not feeding
A shirt that doesn't even look good on me.
A Skateboard from Big 5 because it broke 5 minutes after I started using it.
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Ah, I see! Yea, I'm pretty tired of those places.
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20 / M / California
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My most recent desktop. I wish I built it myself. But then, I'm too lazy so I deal with my dissatisfaction.
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21 / F / Los Angeles
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Every freaking time I buy clothes online

one size fits all my ass
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30 / M / Kansas City, MO
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Play arts Kai figure of solid snake. Impossible to stay stood up. Falls and breaks.
Atari 2600 bought at a antique store for way too much money. Stuck with it. Not that into it. Biggest buyers remorse of recent memory.
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Drown_With_Music wrote:

I bought a Chromebook that lasted for less than half of a year.


My dad bought a Chromebook for my grandmother after her laptop crashed. It was a huge mistake. Our 10 year old dell laptop with a shot battery can run circles around those stupid pieces of junk...I really don't like those things.


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lilliputian_otaku wrote:

As someone who drives 3000+ miles a month for work, I can sympathize with that. There are so many nights where I just want to go to bed after I cook dinner, but then I remember how horrible fast food is. It isn't all that cheap either. Luckily, I have made note of all the good Mexican restaurants in my area, and can usually grab a quick bite for under five bucks without taking too much of a detour. The food is always delicious too.



I appreciate good Mexican food. I live in New England, and a lot of Mexican restaurants up here aren't so hot. It isn't one of our fortes for food up here. But recently, in a town close to mine, a Mexican restaurant opened and the food is pretty authentic (still caters to American tastes, but you know what I mean), and I really like the food there. Best Mexican food I've had in New England. Almost all the staff are Mexicans who don't know English well. Which is great. They are from Mexico. They know how to make authentic Mexican cuisine.


I don't know what you are eating, but it sounds like you are doing alright for New England. My hometown is a leading producer of a number of agricultural commodities in the US, so migrant forces and Mexican residents are about 55% of the population. Most of the cooks around here can at least take orders in English, even if they cannot speak it. Still, it helps to be able to just speak the language, which is why I am working on learning Spanish (for work) and Japanese (for play).


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Every freaking time I buy clothes online

one size fits all my ass


Ha. Yeah. I finally just gave up on that. Shipping stuff back was getting expensive.
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There was an electric can opener that only worked once. I got fed up and searched for a simple cheap can opener that I, a left hander could use comfortably. It's a good thing that I rarely use canned goods. when I went camping I just bought ring pull canned stuff and carton stuff so I wouldn't have to panic over being able to use the can opener that others brought with them.
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When i was in middle school my mom bought me briefs like that and i was scared to change when i was in the locker room with everyone else. Looooool.

Recently though i spent like $120 on a new pair of steel toes for work... First day i wore them to work 2 hours into the day my heels were on fire. By the end of the day i felt crippled in both ankles. Didn't wear them to work anymore. Just outside of work when I'm not on my feet for long periods of time.
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27 / M / Las Vegas
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I'm incredibly cheap so If I buy something its usually after like 2 months of debating if its worth it and I guess the wait makes it seem better than it really is sometimes.
Posted 10/30/14
Watch_Dogs.
I bought the CE and the strategy book and here I am. Looking like an idiot for spending almost $200 on a very poorly done new IP
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Posted 10/30/14
acer laptop.
dell laptop.
compaq laptop.

2004 dodge neon
2009 nissan versa

motorola droid ultra.
2014 sony stereo

all medical health care.
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27 / M / Long Island
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Posted 10/30/14
Destiny, not nearly as good as the hype made it look.
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Posted 10/30/14
War Z (Infestation: Survivor Stories) - That's the last time I take game requests from friends.
Posted 10/30/14
Really most of them I make, which is why I always need a follow up purchase...and another, so on.

I'm worried I wouldnt like fantasy life for 3ds cause that could end up being a bad choice, cant tell if id like it or not.
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