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Begrudgingly admitted, it comes to shopping.

by Wench on November 29, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Yes, ladies and gentlemen, the source of all my sadness and woe, as it happens, is just a lack of regular shopping sprees. Had I only an unlimited 'stuff' budget, surely my worries would melt into the blissfully forgotten past.

Ok, I'm being a tiny bit facetious. But I have noticed that I do actually seem to feel better when I buy stuff, and not being able to buy stuff does make me kind of sad. Why is this?

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