21 Reasons Going Shopping At The Mall Is A Terrible Idea

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2. There are just too many choices for everything. It's very overwhelming.

3. Hypervigilant mall managers make you feel like you have to go out of your way to show how much you're not stealing.

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I will place this pair of pants back where I found them. Very slowly and deliberately. Notice how I am not, in fact, putting them in my bag.

9. Stores that are literally adjacent to each other will have a different sizing scheme, so your size will change depending on which storefront you're currently standing in front of.

12. When people ask you questions in the dressing room it makes you feel weird.

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How am I doing? Let me pull up my pants and I'll get back to you on that.

14. You also never know if you're allowed to dip into the rejected clothes racks in the dressing room or not.

Swiper, no swiping!

15. Because people mess around with the displays so you spend an eternity sifting through to see if they have your size.

Spoiler alert: they don't.

17. When you go shopping with friends, it's never clear if you should stick by their side or wander around a store on your own.

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And that feeling of utter abandonment when they wander off haunts you for the rest of the trip.

18. Or when you end up on the wrong part of an escalator bay and have to walk ALL THE WAY AROUND to get to the side that goes the right direction.

19. The food court smells so good but is filled with things that are so, so bad.

21. Stores that inundate you with unwanted perfume smells.

You know who you are.