“Just thrifted these diamond earrings for $6,99. They were appraised at $4,682.”
“Brand new Kate Spade NY pride tote bag for $5.99.”
“Second-hand find that needs to be shared.”
“Barn sale score!”
“In love with these gold earrings!”
“My new haunted tall lady! She’s a vase!”
“Found $20 in the back pocket of some jeans I bought today. I have been blessed by the thrift gods.”
“I have no words for what I did today. I’ve been imagining a PC built-in that clear section.”
“Throwback to this dope snowsuit I snagged from an estate sale a few weeks ago.”
“These spring shoes I found at a thrift store many years ago.”
“I bought a car boot for just $1. So worth it for the best prank I’ve pulled on my brother in a long time!”
“Got my wedding dress for free. It has actual boning, gold bird fabric, and pockets.”
“Something told me to lift up the skirt on the red couch. Found this blue tweed Flexsteel delight underneath.”
“$3 to feel like I’m in Animal Crossing”
“One of my most cherished thrifts to date.”
“I found hundreds of love letters between a sailor and his wife from 1918.”
But did they buy it or just grab it and run, the comment is a little ambiguous...
Old timey equivalent of thirsty texts. What's not to like?
I would be. Besides a thrift store doesn't necessarily give it's proceeds to charity. Unless I'm wrong it's just a second hand store. If I had bought it at a garage sale from some old lady for example it would be a different matter.