Every time I enter Abercrombie & Fitch. So apparently unattractive people arent allowed to shop at Abercrombie & Fitch.. Friend and I walk up to an A&F shop. Guy: I'm sorry, but you can't shop here. Me: Oy? And why not? Guy: We don't serve your patronage. Me: What patronage? F abercrombie Fitch everytime i try  abercrombie and  unattractive People arent allowed
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - Metallicock
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(06/08/2013) [-]
I've never been in there
User avatar #6 to #1 - Hyoukin
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It's like being a dwarf lost at a rave. It's dark, loud, and disorienting. Not to mention they always spray some horrid "body spray" around. I guess they think if they cloud your perception enough, you won't notice you're paying $75 for a t-shirt.
#18 to #6 - doctorsprinkles
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fun fact, all stores have a sprinkler system that constantly sprays that entire store with that "body spray"
User avatar #34 to #6 - kingofants
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$50 for a t-shirt? That's some ignorant bitch ****.
User avatar #10 to #6 - pooflinger
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I call that getting swindled and pimped.
#49 to #10 - slashendrix
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sshhhhhhhhhhiiiiiiiiittttttttttttt
#7 to #6 - dederplaol
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"cloud your perception enough"
"cloud your perception enough"
User avatar #33 - lolollo
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Friend and I walk up to an A&F shop.

Guy: I'm sorry, but you can't shop here.
Me: Oy? And why not?
Guy: We don't serve your patronage.
Me: What patronage? Fat? Ugly? You callin' me ugly?
Guy: Just because I look like the side of a used tire ain't mean I can't flatten your arse on the pavement!
Guy:......Fine, just go in...

I may or may not have been a little drunk.

I may or may not be a little drunk now.
User avatar #35 to #33 - lolollo
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****** up the last bit.

Guy: That's not what I'm sayi-
Me: Just because I look like the side of a used tire ain't mean I can't flatten your arse on the pavement!
Guy:......Fine, just go in...
User avatar #56 to #35 - funnyjunkelite
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speech increased
User avatar #31 - thejerseyjenn
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I walked into Abercrombie and Fitch once and walked right out because whatever they sprayed there was so unbearably foul and strong I couldn't take it.
User avatar #36 - hatinonmyrolls
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can someone explain, why did she get kicked out?
User avatar #46 to #36 - Shadwstryker
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I assume it was the size of her hands. Tiny handed people can't effectively grasp things and she'd probably just make a mess by dropping clothes and cologne and perfume all over the place.
#27 - deathmetalwarlord
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Or, I just don't enter Abercrombie and Fitch.
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#21 to #12 - anon id: 474b528e
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Fat people are inexcusably disgusting though.
#53 to #21 - snaresinger
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Funnyjunk: They'll thumb you down for saying fat people are bad, and they'll thumb you up for saying fat people are... bad...?
Funnyjunk: They'll thumb you down for saying fat people are bad, and they'll thumb you up for saying fat people are... bad...?
User avatar #30 to #21 - pwnagraphy
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What about bearmode ones?
User avatar #32 to #30 - ctenop
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I have a friend who works out, plays rugby most days, is about 6'2 and is so fit. He would never fit in a large, would probs stuggle with an XL, yet he is good looking...
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User avatar #48 - herpymcderp
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I turn around immediately when the high concentration of cologne makes me migraine.
Maybe beautiful people can't smell it.
Maybe that's how they keep the ugly people out.
#44 - misslovedchi
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I don't even need to go to a store to get their shirts. I live in Peru, pretty much where all the "rejects" are left behind here and the rest are shipped off to the US.
Those rejected shirts never have any noticeable mistakes and I can get them for around 4 or 5 dollars.


It's actually pretty amusing, all the so called unattractive people here wearing hollister or A&F shirts because it's cheap as hell.
User avatar #11 - derik
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That feel when I start working at Abercrombie on Monday.
User avatar #40 to #11 - grieze
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but bro i like the clothes they sell, and i'm a genuinely nice and respectful person, i read the whole conversation below and i feel like **** if i ever want to work there, i do want to work there though, and my whole family says i have the look for it, but i'm 16 now, and hoping by 18 my acne will go away, i can achieve a better body than i have now (i love to work out just to clarify on that part) and that i can still manage to be a good and nice respectful person. but after that whole conversation there i feel as if though Abercrombie and fitch is a really not liked clothing store and brand. dude i feel ******* conflicted right now.
User avatar #58 to #40 - derik
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It's just a stereotype. I'm pretty much the same as you minus the acne and the underage but I'm a nice guy who apparently is at least slightly attractive. I just feel that abercrombie breeds preppy douche hats. It's not that its a bad company, or that everyone there is a dick its just how we feel. If you like their clothes and their attitude then work there. Chances are though that if I see you Ill assume you are just another douche, and that's ok.
User avatar #23 to #11 - thepyras
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I work at Hollister, a subcompany of A&F. I know that feel.
User avatar #24 to #23 - derik
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When I went in for the interview I realized that I was most likely 1 of 3 straight men working there. Lady interviewing me is talking about how we have to dress and I realized I have hardly any clothes I can wear there. I was thinking about it the other day and the only highlight I can think of is that I can talk to the girls that come in.
User avatar #25 to #24 - thepyras
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Yeah, they kindof trick you into buying their clothes that way. You don't "technically" have to, but everything you own is somehow going to be wrong, leaving their clothes as the only choice. Also, what you can wear changes every few months, so you have to buy new stuff all the time. Advice for that is to buy something that it looks like the managers wear often. A lot of times the things they wear carries over multiple seasons so you won't have to buy too often.

As for talking to girls, most customers of either store aren't very interesting or particularly bright.

Also, their hiring policy is to hire a buttload of people and never give any of them hours, I think they get a tax deduction for it.

There is only one highlight I can think of to working at Hollister or A&F, and that is the assurance of knowing that you are at least somewhat attractive for them to have hired you.
User avatar #26 to #25 - derik
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There is a good will close by and I was gonna get **** there. Im not spending $500 a year on clothes. **** that. Good point about the girls but at least its something. As for money I have a full time job at target as well and only need a few hours just to make some extra cash. Thank god for looking at least halfway decent!
User avatar #28 to #26 - thepyras
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I spent like $60 my first day there and never spent anything more. So it worked out.

I wish I had a job at target. I wish places hired where I live. They don't.
User avatar #2 - torchictoucher
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I don't even think they have stores in England

Because everyone here is ugly, therefore, they wouldn't get any business
#17 to #2 - anon id: 01d4e3d1
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London has one.
User avatar #3 to #2 - cptmongtard
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Hey! You calling me ugly?!
User avatar #4 to #3 - torchictoucher
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Yes

Im also calling myself ugly
User avatar #5 to #4 - cptmongtard
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:c
#37 to #4 - tsukaza
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I live in Wales.... I know this feeling oh so well.
#29 to #4 - kez
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Be a loser and a lier somewhere else.
User avatar #38 to #29 - HarvietheDinkle
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He can lie down wherever he wants!
User avatar #16 to #2 - litlekalsoy
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We have here in Scotland.
#BattleofFunnyburn2013
User avatar #19 to #16 - torchictoucher
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I live in the Midlands. There isn't an attractive person for 60 miles
#20 to #19 - litlekalsoy
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You could always lower your standards and move up here.