There’s No Shortage of Creepy Faces When Thrift Shopping in St. Cloud
I love going thrift shopping. It's like a treasure hunt, I'm always looking for a great deal or a super unique item.
This week I went thrifting for the first time since March *insert shocked emoji here*. I was on the hunt for a "redneck" look for a themed golf scramble I'm playing in this weekend so I was in need of some new camo and denim. I found that and decided to take a lap around Savers. As I said, I love trying to find super cool items and Savers never disappoints.
When I do my lap I like to start in the jewelry section and work my way down that side of the store aisle by aisle. It was going well until the second aisle when I started to notice an excess of faces staring back at me from the shelves. I thought it was just one or two, but then I couldn't quit noticing them in every aisle I went down. Eventually, I had to start taking photos so I would have proof and not have people think I was losing my mind.
The Faces Staring From the Shelves of Savers
I don't know why everyone seems to be donating their "face" items to Savers right now, but there are a lot of people in Central Minnesota on the same wavelength.