boykisserlifts00

Reply to comment by boykisserlifts00 in Score! by DeleeGirl

boykisserlifts00 wrote

I don't really like to sell either... I only take things I really want to have for myself most of the time. I can have all the nice-smelling self care stuff I want now!

Although I do like to pinch art supplies and use them to make pieces that I often sell :^U if that counts.

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Reply to Score! by DeleeGirl

boykisserlifts00 wrote

I love finding nice items with no tags!!! If they forget to tag it, they're asking for me to get grabby lol. One of my local high street stores is always messing up... I've gotten myself some really high-quality and comfortable winter clothes and accessories thanks to their poor tagging skills!

Showing off the nice things you got yourself is the best feeling. I love wearing a really nice outfit that's mostly lifted LMAO.

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boykisserlifts00 wrote

I haven't lifted from one of these places in a long while... Might be hitting some places up soon though, since I have beef with some particularly shady charities and they have chains in my city :U

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boykisserlifts00 wrote (edited )

Regardless of your opinion, moralising is not polite and not typically appreciated.

OP isn't talking about screwing over the working class or lifting thrift, so it's not really necessary here. You're just pointlessly moralising.

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Reply to comment by boykisserlifts00 in Happy now by FKit

boykisserlifts00 wrote

We've had horrible winter storms/hurricanes in my country (three in a row, with a body count and everything!), and thankfully lifting some nice warm clothes and bath supplies has helped me to fend off the cold.

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boykisserlifts00 wrote

Normally they are either a boxy-looking tag attached with a thick cord, or sometimes they're similar to golf tags but they have some kind of marking on them to indicate that they're screamers.

These will go off as soon as they pass through the gates and won't stop going off until they are deactivated or run out of power.

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boykisserlifts00 wrote

Screamer tags don't alarm unless you force them - if you use a magnet they'll likely be fine. To be safe, just don't remove tags with too much force. Use magnets or a hook and be patient.

It's better to be careful and make it out with less, than to be reckless and not make it out.

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Reply to comment by boykisserlifts00 in B@rn3s & N0b13 by commiecummies

boykisserlifts00 wrote

Don't worry about it to be honest. If an employee approaches you about anything like that just feign ignorance. The best thing about this method is, if you bring books you already own with you and incorporate them into the conceal, it's easy to play off as an accident.

It's one of the easiest and safest methods of getting books.

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