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Kohls is a ghosttown

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How do these stores stay open? I stopped by on to drop off an amazon return. They have the amazon returns set up all the way in the back of the store to generate traffic. When you complete the return you get a "coupon" for 25% off (not all brands included). I took a few minutes in the men's section and was shocked how many men's pants were full-cut with "flex band" waists in size 40-29 (which means they are for people with 52 inch waists who are lying to themselves). The only pants in my size were "skinny" cut. Even with the coupon they were more than at amazon.

 

I was also the only non-employee I saw in the 15 minutes at the store.

 

Next time I'll pack my own return and drop off at UPS and avoid the sad ghosttown

 

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30 minutes ago, cv91915 said:

I only go in there when Sears is out of short-sleeved suits.

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36 minutes ago, hegemony said:

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That looks more like a yiffing starter kit.
 

 

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10 hours ago, hegemony said:

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That would fit right in with CV's pink-flowered coat.

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On 2/5/2020 at 6:17 PM, hegemony said:

TO BE HONEST, I left the store wondering what kind of loser goes there more than once.

There's one close by my neighborhood. Hate their clothes and their kitchenware is over priced. 

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