I got a pushy email from Amazon that led me to Woot. I like Clearance prices, but NOTHING on here has a price I would regard as a good value, a discount, or clearance. Just the usual gouging. And I don’t see a Search function either. MASSIVE FAIL
Woot is a way of life, dude.
Of course, so is coming onto a site you’ve never been to before, deciding it’s a fail after just a few minutes, and then trying to make sure everyone else knows about your extremely important opinion on the message forums.
You keep do you, Wooter #101482349832340881092834.
I wondered who snatched that up.
I don’t know who you are but I love you.
Good. More stuff for me.
I got some stuff on woot for 1 dollar once.
He also got a Cards Against Humanity expansion pack, based on what I’ve seen.
And he loved it.
Hopefully one day I will be worthy of getting a Cards Against Humanity expansion pack (or the like) and loving it.
Are you a penguin?
I feel like you’re a penguin.
The penguin wouldn’t have more than one… no, wait… more than two… accounts, would he? Surely not.
Who am I kidding, I bet he has at least five.
- per week.
I’d get that if the stars glowed in the dark.
(The hubs would be jealous.)
I’ve had a similar experience. One time I got a pushy email from the Amazon that led me to Manaus. I like 19th century rubber industry boom towns but NOTHING there I would regard as “one of the gaudiest cities of the World”. Just the usual corruption. I didn’t see a Starbucks either. Also a MASSIVE FAIL.
I guess the ridiculousness of inferring that a pushy email was the cause of a subjectively poor impression of something would be my takeaway