Woot 15th Birthday Pack

I’m trying to not keep frantically checking whether or not this order’s been marked shipped… Other orders come and go but this one stays at “Preparing For Shipment”

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The email about this order spooked me something good, I was afraid there was a problem.

I’ll wait for you, Woot. I’ll wait for you, forever.

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Was concerned when I didn’t see an email. Just needed to refresh my mailbox.

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I probably responded here within a minute of getting the email :]
I wasn’t looking for it but I think I got to it right when it was delivered.

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I forget about the fidget pen. I’M SO EXCITED!

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Really regretting buying this, mainly because I got my bank statement…and I know the box is slow… but my mother is not enlightened, knowing that I probably wasted my money.
But I’m still excited about getting this box of birthdays goodies!
Looking at the map… I (a Kansan) only live 10 miles from the OK Boulder… OK residents either don’t care about the internet…or they know how to best handle their monies. :stuck_out_tongue:

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I’m from NH… we must throw money at everything.

@davejlives can confirm.

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Ditto for PA

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Not everything.

You don’t throw money at gas station pump attendants. :stuck_out_tongue:

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We don’t have gas station attendants.

Only cashiers…

I miss gas station pump attendants… One of the best things about living in New Jersey when I was younger!

I hated that one time I went to NJ and someone pumped my gas for me. It was weird and I felt violated.

The rest of the state was fine though.

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That fidget pen is awesome.

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“Fine”? Must be because you didn’t see me.

Otherwise your experience would have been SIGNIFICANTLY different.

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CAN CONFIRM

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We went to Ocean Grove.
I think.
Were later informed that was where recovering addicts went. Who knows.

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When we first moved away from NJ to NC (I was just 18) I sat in my car honking my horn occassionally for like 15 minutes. Was soo pissed no one was coming out to help. I could see people in the store and there was no one else at the pumps or parked in front. Went in with my Jersey attitude pissed off and asked why no one was coming to pump my gas. Nice gentlemen explained that’s not how stuff works here and taught me how to pump my own gas. Thought I was hysterical. For the next two years I would fill up mainly at that station and every now and again if it was slow and he saw me, he would come out and do it for me anyhow. Totally changed my attitude going forward in the South. I seldom bring my Jersey side out now. Funny how something so small can change you for the better.

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I knew I liked you!

Why? Because I don’t actually live in NJ?

Lol that’s so cute. I love it.

I remember when we had signs that were “self service” and “full service”… those days are long gone.

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