Lost in apathy (metis2be) wrote in bad_service,
Lost in apathy

Come on super-cheap dry cleaners, make with some consistency. I don't mind paying more for the dry cleaning than I did for the garment**, but why was my black coat $2 two weeks ago while my tan one is $8? Why is the liner separate for the thin one but not the heavy one? I appreciate the speed at which you guys work, but I'd like to have some indication why prices will randomly quadruple and then go back down.

I'm thrilled beyond reason to finally find a thrift store that doesn't elevate prices. I understand that they're charities and the money goes to a good cause, but I really can't afford $30 for something that's been used and abused and most likely will barely fit since they only have one size. I thought the other part of the charity was supposed to be for us people who can't afford new clothes, and I've gotten more than sick of sewing my pants together every time I wear them since the fabric's threadbare. Seriously, why do old clothes of a questionable nature cost more than shiny new clothes from places like ross which are for-profit?
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