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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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You better believe that paying for shipping can and will deter me from shopping online πŸ˜‚
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Josh

1 month ago

INTP
Aries

Be a $300 purchase and then they throw $3.99 shipping on there... Then suddenly I'm like, "eeeehhhhh, maybe not."

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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XD hahaha it can be like that a lot. It’s just hard lmao

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Andy the Paladin

1 month ago

INTJ
Sagittarius

3w4

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Always go free shipping...if possible

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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I do, but most of the time, you have to order $50+ and sometimes, I just want to order something that’s like $27 or so.

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Andy the Paladin

1 month ago

INTJ
Sagittarius

3w4

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And there is the catch...dang it.

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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Hahahah πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚i know 😫

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Bri

1 month ago

INTP
Libra

🫣same

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Chris

1 month ago

ISTP
Pisces

Still worth it to not have to go to Walmart sometimes πŸ˜‚

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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I agree or somewhere that your city doesn’t have a local location to

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Chris

1 month ago

ISTP
Pisces

I live in a small town and Walmart is pretty much it but I cover a big territory for work and can stop while I’m out and pick something up if I need to while I’m in the city. Sometimes online I end up buying a lot more than I should

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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Ooo nice, I see. Haha it can be addictive😩

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Chris

1 month ago

ISTP
Pisces

Yeah and I’m 20 minutes outside of town and these days I pretty much don’t leave home once I’m here unless it’s necessary lol

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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LoL as a fellow introvert, same cx

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Phillip

1 month ago

ENTJ
Aquarius

1w9

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Yah cause you can't settle that I'm right! And you're wrong! And you can't put in the extra effort to fight this

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ no, YOU’RE the one that’s wrong! Up to this point, you haven’t given any proof for your statements.

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Phillip

1 month ago

ENTJ
Aquarius

1w9

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You don't provide any either other than some bogus website

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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I actually have and it was more than one website. They weren’t bogus either. They are legit articles and actualized pizza places. I bet if I ask Italy, they would agree. 😎

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Phillip

1 month ago

ENTJ
Aquarius

1w9

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Pfffttt bring those articles back up then if you're so confident about it and even more go ahead ask Italy! They say you're absolutely wrong! It is not a pie

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Carla

1 month ago

INFJ
Gemini

1w2

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https://www.crustkingdom.com/why-is-pizza-called-pie/ β€œIt might be common phrase to you, or you may only have just seen it used… But I bet you can recall the use of pizza pie by Dean Martin in his 1953 hit β€œAmore” – β€œWhen a moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s amore”. Let’s take a look how we got here. Where Did It Come From? It’s extremely likely it came from New York, with many Italians settling there and introducing the dish. New York has the first written accounts of the word, and also the first pizzeria. One of the earliest uses can be found in an article from the New-York Tribune printed December 6th 1903. The journalist has grouped the new, unfamiliar dish along with pies, like many New Yorkers would have done – β€œthe Italian has invented a kind of pie”.”

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Phillip

1 month ago

ENTJ
Aquarius

1w9

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https://www.crustkingdom.com/why-is-pizza-called-pie/ Pizza was first called pie when Italian immigrants arrived in the United States in the late 1800s. Pizza had similarities to a pie – with a crust, sliced triangle portions and its circular shape. Italian-Americans sold and popularized the pizzas, and the exotic dish picked up the English name β€œtomato pie”. Sometime thereafter the languages met in the middle to give us the term β€œpizza pie”. Although it’s a common misconception that pizza translates directly to pie, it doesn’t. Pizza is used only to describe pizza in Italy and no other pie like dish. There is more on the Italian origins later Contrary to what many believe, pizza does not mean pie in Italian. Pizza is its own thing and is its own dish, so you wouldn’t use pizza to describe an actual pie in Italy. The first record of the word β€œpizza” was in a Latin text dated 997 AD where it stated the bishop of the Italian town Gaeta, was to receive duodecim pizze or β€œtwelve pizzas” on Christmas Day and Easter Sunday.

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