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30 Times People Couldnt Believe Their Luck In Thrift Stores

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“It’s all fun and games until you realize the first panel is a sex act. It did not come home with me.”

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“Today’s find…they may look like normal old ratty chairs, but here’s the kicker – I already owned them once before. Brought them to the US from Europe when I moved back home in 2001, and stored them with a relative. After a rift in the family, I considered them a loss. Here they are, nearly 20 years later, in a 2nd hand store. Though they may be much worse for the wear, they’re coming home with me (again).”

#4

“My new favorite shirt I found”

#5

“Found a magazine ad of my Great Grandma and twin uncles from 1952! They’re all gone now, so it’s a doubly amazing find.”

#6

“It just occurred to me that you guys might appreciate this. I found it at goodwill, new with tags and could not believe my luck.”

#7

“I resisted buying these.”

#8

“Here is just one of my weird one’s”

#9

“Just a bunny sitting on a lawn chair reading a book. He spoke to me at GW and I rescued him. He moved into my bookshelf and looks happy.”

#10

“If only I had known it could be this easy. Maybe I should have brought this one home.”

#11

“This literally threw itself in my cart”

#12

“When you have feet like Tinkerbell…. Original Docs, immaculate condition. At least eight people tried to cram their feet into these while I was in the store. It was like Cinderella meets the Hunger Games. They’re a perfect fit. Sometimes the odds really ARE in your favour!!!”

#13

“Found this yesterday at GW.”

#14

“My mom got me this today at the thrift store and i love it.”

#15

“I was poking around a quiet antique store when a booming male voice said “come closer, try your luck! Dont be afraid.” I jumped so badly I nearly knocked over a display… needless to say, he didn’t come home with me…”

#16

“My absolute favorite Goodwill purse find that I wear a LOT! It’s a 3D flat purse. I had wanted one for a really long time, but they’re normally $75 brand new. This one still had the plastic sheeting on the buttons and was never worn. I think I paid $7-$8!!! It’s surprisingly roomy inside. MAGIC! EDIT: This is an original Jump From Paper bag. Yes, I know there’s cheap ones online, but those are knock offs. Please love and support your designers and artists by buying originals. Ok, off my soap box. Thanks!”

#17

“U see this guy in the club…with the polyester Taco-Cat button up…smash or pass?”

#18

“I sure hope it works.. amazing! Just an edit for those who don’t read comments: it works, AND glows in the dark, AND has flashing blue/green/red lights. I am truly blessed”

#19

“I almost didn’t buy this whimsical AF lamp today, because I am a grown-ass woman, but then I remembered I’m a grown-ass woman, and I can do what I want. Also it was $2. Bought at Twice Blest in Palatine, IL.”

#20

“LOOK what I found today. It is 110% haunted and I will love it until it possesses my soul and I stop feeling human emotion.”

#21

“Once upon a time my children knocked the father wall pocket off the wall, shattering him. Today I found this mug. CHILDREN, FATHER CAME HOME!”

#22

“I found this teapot purse at the local Goodwill…I’m a potter by trade, so obviously I HAD to buy it! The funniest thing is, the spout has a real hole, so all my money can pour out I guess.”

#23

“Found this strange looking pot at the Goodwill. I had to buy it. Loved all the comical animal pictures on it.”

#24

“Hands down, my favorite posession.”

#25

“I procured a passel of partially painted piggies in a pretty package! Pondering painting ’em psychedelic patinas…”

#26

“It’s a stitch purse!”

#27

“These awesome T-rexes came home with me today. The bowties reminded me of the SNL skit. I shall name them Patrick and Chris!”

#28

“It’s a stamp. And one of my most cherished thrifting finds.”

#29

“Not sure if it classes as weird…a find in a local charity shop in Sheffield UK”

#30

“Elvis has NOT left the building because, where would we put him!?!?”

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