(11-04-2012 06:18 AM)stera8 Wrote: Yeah. A slit in the back...
But to the OP the guy was feeling blaster boxes??
And also I get so paranoid sometimes in target because I like to get bowman chrome blasters and on the three shelves ill search for them in case they're hidden in the back...I get paranoid thinking oh man I hope a kid doesn't walk by thinking I'm searching in the other way lol
(11-05-2012 08:21 AM)acevanquish Wrote: Regular buyers should not feel embarrassed. For every person that you feel is judging you for buying 'kids toys' as an adult, there are just as many, or let's say half, who think you're buying them for a kid, or just plain don't notice at all what you have and only want to pay for their stuff and go home.
(11-06-2012 08:14 PM)alfredoleal2001 Wrote: I wonder why is it always older guys searching..... I mean every story here always mentions an old guy pack searching..... just wondering
(11-04-2012 05:45 PM)mr pink Wrote: theres a guy that shops at the walmart here. he brings a set of scales in, and weighs every pack of cards. i didnt believe the guy who was stocking the cards when he told me. i grab some packs and walked away to finish my shopping. i walked back up to where the sports cards section was, and there he was. scales on the counter and a box of cards in hand. i couldnt believe it.
(11-06-2012 12:15 AM)spazmatastic Wrote: I am generally searching for blasters of certain products when I am in that aisle. I slide the boxes around to see what they have and pick the product I want. I NEVER buy retail packs! UNLESS... they are the packs that have been discounted to 99 cents or $1.59.
(11-09-2012 07:59 AM)alfredoleal2001 Wrote: some of these guys dont even care and leave the loose cards just laying there, not even inside the pack they just opened. Ive seen it a lot!