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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #15 on: Aug 22 08 04:53 »
It's a Chinese mall beside Metrotown. I never parked there unless I have to. Better to just park across at Save-On Foods and walk over. The parking at Crystal Mall requires you to actually bend your car into S-shapes in order to turn corners.
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« Reply #16 on: Aug 22 08 05:23 »
I know about the mall  (had my first bubble tea experience there), I just don't remember seeing a parking lot. lol

I liked Crystal Mall over Metrotown.
 
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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #17 on: Aug 22 08 05:27 »
Yeah, Metro town is stupid busy. Why would I shop at a place that just makes me angry and hate the world?!

I spend more time looking for a parking spot than actual shopping.

  Malls are evil! Ha!
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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #18 on: Aug 22 08 05:29 »
Totally agree Van. Malls would be better if they didn't have a roof on them, in my opinion. At least I'd be able to breathe and it wouldn't be so noisy.  
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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #19 on: Aug 22 08 05:32 »
You bet!

I do most of my shopping at bike shops, snow shops, or MEC. MEC is the closest thing to a mall I can handle.

But I do trek into a mall about once a year to get dressier clothes for my meetings.    
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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #20 on: Aug 22 08 05:37 »
I like street side shopping, if I have to get something. It's more humanistic, malls are these unemotional windowless structures with miles of parking lots, that give off the feeling of a prison that is void of life and joy. They're the closest we'll ever get to recreating a black hole. haha

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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #21 on: Aug 22 08 05:40 »
^ LOL  
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« Reply #22 on: Aug 22 08 06:24 »
Hey, don't be dissing the malls!!! I love malls. Wonderful, exciting... you're like Indiana Jones going on a hunt for the lost city of pearls or clothes. I enjoy window shopping when there's not many folks around.

  I know a secret parking spot at Metrotown that's quiet and close to the entrance. I'd tell you, Van but then I'd have to kill ya.

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« Reply #24 on: Aug 22 08 07:46 »
haha! Yes, well, I don't like most of the clothes in the malls anyways. I can find way better quality shirts at a friend's bike shop. Malls are work.

It is something I have to do once a year, like a chore. I guess I really don't have to, but there is a men's clothing store that I have been loyal to.

 To be honest, I would rather go to the dentist and get my teeth scraped.
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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #26 on: Aug 22 08 08:08 »
Van wrote:
Yeah, Metro town is stupid busy. Why would I shop at a place that just makes me angry and hate the world?!

I spend more time looking for a parking spot than actual shopping.



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 I agree.  I don't mind the quiet malls like Lougheed Mall.  I go there to get my ring cleaned and visit H&M cuz that location is super quiet.  I prefer going to that mall after 7 when it's quiet...but hanging out at malls isn't my thing anymore.  I go in, get what I need, and out I go.

  Metrotown!  Oh my what a freaking nightmare.  I HATE going there...avoid it at all costs.        

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Re: Cars are way too big these days
« Reply #28 on: Aug 22 08 08:12 »
Oh, don't even tell me about that Stupidstore and T&T...

  When I didn't have a car, I would go in there right after work to pick up a few grocery items...what a nightmare.  Hated going in there.  I am so thankful that I got a car and can do my own shopping at another Stupidstore location.

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