One of the best and worst things technology has dashed us is online shopping. On one hand, you had that cute top you were eying delivered to you in 2-3 business days and on the other; the remainder of your salary is sitting pretty in an Instagram vendor’s account and it’s only the second week of the month.
Online shoppers go through all the feels, here are some of our favourites:
Opening the website and immediately making for the ‘low to high’ selection.
How you close the page when you’re looking to buy a shirt but the prices start moving from single to double digits.
How you search for promo codes when you’re determined to shop that month.
Switching the site from Pounds to Dollar pricing because ₦459 to one Pound gives you bad vibes.
When the flesh is willing but $100 for one T-shirt is not.
Your saved items looking at you after you said you were going to pay for them two months ago.
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