Originally Posted by up for anything
Laughing at the shoes. Back in the 70s I remember being allowed down town, in fifth year, with a friend who needed to get new runners. When we went into the shoe shop there was only a teenage boy serving. She was so embarrassed by being a size 6 (big in those days) that she wouldn't try them on as she told him she was buying them for a friend.
Ive done that in my time, buying for a freind excuse.....
my daughter needed knickers and we went to dunnes and they was a guy serving in the womens section so she wouldnt buy any, so i went up and paid for them..... (wish they were for me, but they were 2 sizes too small
A guy working on the womens checkouts, it doesnt bother me but it certainly bothers female teens... you think dunnes would have more sense.