Saturday. 11.25.06 11:20 am
It was awesome to see so many people waiting in the dark fog for stores to open. It seems so crazy for some but for these people, this is that one SPECIAL day of the year. To miss it would mean death.
My son works at Target and their store opened at 6am. When we got there the line went all the way around the store and into the parking lot. The parking lot was full. You saw people in their sweat suits and jackets standing in the dark and the fog was pretty heavy as well. Over in the mall parking lot, you could see parked cars way out into the areas where nobody parks. I could not BELIEVE how full the lot was at 5:45am.
I did not get to participate this year because I am so broke ass but next year I plan to be there!!!
Categories: Black friday [t]
You're kidding, right?!
If you're not, I love ya, but that's absolutely disgusting.
I despise Black Friday. Have you ever worked customer service jobs? If you have, you MUST know how terribly detestable it is! And to work on Black Friday means DEATH! Ask your son.
Granted, I may also hate it because I have problems with large crowds, enough to where if there's just too many people around me I start hyperventilating and getting dizzy, but I still think all the capitalistic madness is uncalled for. » elessar257
on 2006-11-25 01:59:54
I was there. It was crazy! I loved it! » pheebes4life
on 2006-11-25 08:35:24 hehe
we waited outside of Best Buy in a massive line. We ended up going to Target instead which opened an hour later. We were at the end of a not-so-long line but damn did it grow while we were in it! And it's lucky that we got there when we did because we were able to purchase the camcorder that we wanted for $80 less than regular price. It was $50 cheaper at Best Buy but you had to have a ticket for it and they gave those tickets out completely before they got to us. I would expect more of this story to appear in my next 'blog entry =0) » etheracide
on 2006-11-25 09:56:33
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