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    Default What personality types find the idea of buying secondhand clothing a good one?

    and what about the opposite: those that think that wearing someone else clothes is somewhat repulsive?

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    I don't think it's repulsive, but it doesn't do it for me. I'd rather go to a trendy clothing store to buy clothing.
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    I have nothing against it, but the selection is usually terrible.

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    Personality types on a budget.

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    This girl. Except bras and panties and bathing suits. lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Personality types on a budget.
    this.

    i am from a 3rd world country, of course i can see trendy clothes only from 2nd hand.. and then i think how some american wore it once.. and i am feelin' connected.. living american dream.. over my second hand clothes! LIVING WILD.

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    This is probably personality type related, but I like looking through what filters down to second hand shops. Strange and interesting things make their way down onto the racks. I like strange things.

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    Minneapolis has the best thrift store evar. Penny Thrift.
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    INTJs are equally likely to be skeeved by inferior Se assuming germs and antagonistic external environment as they are to be swayed by the awesome pricing for something so unimportant as clothing.
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    My shirts, jackets and pants are almost exclusively second hand. It saves a ton of money and a lot of thrift stores raise funds for good causes. We have an SPCA one not far from where I live. Of course, I'm just in these places looking for tools or sporting goods but if I happen to find a fabulous top that's ok with me.
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