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I hate shopping. I don't want to go do any of it, whether it's grocery, clothing, or whatever.
I guess the shopping/store I like the best is CAR! I only do it every 5-10 years, and since I can look them up on line, I'm able to go in, drive what I'm interested in, and get what I want fairly quickly.
Oy vey, I have to pick ONE?? I like going shopping and was blessed that DH did too! If I had to pick I guess it would be a Homegoods / Bed, Bath and Beyond kinda place. I've been decorating my "new" place in florida slowly but surely and enjoy looking at home decor. Followed closely by handbags, hardware and groceries. My least fave is clothes since I'm still carrying baby weight and my baby turned 15 two days ago
I am not much of a shopper. I kind of dread it mostly. LOL.
There used to be a stationary and gift card store in town that was fun to peruse. I kind of like hardware stores because you can get ideas of things to make your house better....and when my son was small he loved tools so going there with him was fun.
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