30 Thoughts College Girls Have Every Time They Go To Target
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30 Thoughts College Girls Have Every Time They Go To Target

I’ll be in and out in 10 minutes MAX.

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30 Thoughts College Girls Have Every Time They Go To Target
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There is something special about going to Target.

It's that magical place where you kind of blackout, forget about the outside world around you, and a 10-minute trip turns into a three-hour binge-shopping episode. Although your wallet may not like Target as much as you do, you can't help but be drawn back to those red and white circles.

Here are 30 thoughts you have while shopping at Target:

1. Ok, I just need to get one or two things

2. I'll be in and out in 10 minutes MAX

3. OOOooo I gotta check the dollar section briefly

4. Look at how cute this candle is

5. And here's some stationary that matches the candle

6. I NEED IT

7. OK, OK-- focus

8. What was I in here for again?

9. I see they got new bathing suits in

10. I desperately need a new one so I might as well look

11. That's a cute dress

12. Ya know what would look good with this dress?

13. **Wheels cart to shoe section**

14. I wonder if they have these in my size

15. They have my size, it's fate for me to get them

16. Okay, now to groceries

17. I really shouldn't grocery shop when I'm hungry

18. Do I need this family size bag of chips for just me?

19. It's been a long week

20. **Puts chips in cart**

21. Alright, almost done

22. Wait, I need some makeup

23. They seriously don't have the one color that I use for eyeliner

24. I'm never shopping here again

25. **chuckles**

26. Oh wow this pillow would go perfectly in my apartment

27. And I absolutely NEED this decorative rock paperweight

28. Why do they only have two registers open???

29. Wow, I was only in there for 2 hours! Better than what I was expecting

30. Man, I love Target

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