Online Shopping Told By The Gilmore Girls
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10 Realities Of Online Shopping As Told By The Gilmore Girls

Every college girl's favorite activity told by their favorite show

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It's two of every college girl's favorite things, online shopping and the Gilmore Girls in one article to show the true triumphs and struggles of the online shopping experience.

When you’d rather online shop than do anything else

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"I think I'll just find an outfit for if I do ever plan to leave on a Friday."

When you find the item you’ve forever been searching for

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By this point, you're willing to pay whatever so you can stop searching.

When the website has free shipping

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Free Shipping is a girl's best friend.

The rush you get once you place an order

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It's ALMOST more exciting than receiving the actual package.

When tracking says your package is out for delivery

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... hopefully.

When the shipping takes longer than expected

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A pet peeve shared by mostly everyone.

When a package shows up that your don’t remember placing an order for

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It's never actually a bad thing, though.

When the item you ordered fits perfectly

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... and when it doesn't

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But then you go back to the beginning and online shop some more

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You are insane and you are proud.

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