I found some great things at a second-hand shop!! 😀
And here buying things from a second-hand shop are not considered “lowly”. Many students buy things from such shops as well. And I’ve never seen so many in a city! In Greece I didn’t even know such a store existed before. Well I’ve heard of thrift stores in USA, I think they are the same more or less? I don’t know for sure.
For example my desk was bought from a second-hand shop with furniture, and it looks new!! The only problem is that the one drawer doesn’t go all the way in and it sticks out a little, and other small insignificant things here and there. I bought it for ….. 20 euros! O_O (I will post a picture of it so you see what a great bargain it was 😀 )
Yesterday I bought…… Three manga books, in ENGLISH!!!! Wooot!! The first, FIRST volume of Bleach, (and it’s super difficult to find first volumes when shopping for manga!), and the second and third issue of Love Hina! huhu! xD I was so happy because I kept seeing them sell manga books everywhere, but they were only in Finnish (damn it!). And yes! These were in English! The manga books were 2,50 each! Woot woot! In Greece each volume is at least 10 euros! I can’t imagine the kind of fortune people spend to buy whole series of manga….
Now all that is missing is Volume 1 of Love Hina… But maybe I should stop buying these things because the money can fly out the window….
Btw, these jeans are not 100% perfect… I noticed that they have small imperfections on the surface, for example on the thighs. Like small snags here and there. I suppose that’s why they were so cheap?? 😛 But they don’t even show, and if they hold for a good amount of time and use, then no harm done. 🙂
Do you read any manga or comics? If so, which?