So I’m wandering around mostly looking for organizational accessories for my new kitchen and I saw the downtown Macy’s is closing down and has a 60% off sale on everything.
Even at 60% off they’re too heckin expensive. Maybe that’s why they’re closing.
People will buy ANYTHING
Also before this I was at Sur La Table and it’s telling that they have so much stuff to pretend to be a chef but nothing for the organization or washing up afterwards. Nobody wants to be a stock boy or dish washer.
Anyway I’m at Daiso where I belong. They had storage bins exactly like I was looking for and only $1.50 each. Also a comically tiny whisk. I have to assume Andrew Rea (Binging with Babish) is responsible, somehow.
Still looking for a kitchen caddy. How is it the downtown bartells is so much bigger than the Capitol Hill one and yet has way less stuff?
I mean it’s probably because the downtown one also tries to double as a grocery store while the Capitol Hill one is next to a QFC so they can carry more non-grocery things.
and I guess for a utensil holder I'll just hold off until I see something I like at a thrift store, because gosh all of the ones I can find for sale right now aren't any better than the one I already have
I used to work "Support Staff" at Macy's which means doing literally everything except running the register. Every week we had these sales meetings like, "We've taken in 14000 dollars last week!", and then my brain runs that number next to the cost of the Thanksgiving Day Parade and.. yeah.
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