Clothes and razors
Since I have a decent paying internship, I've been thinking that maybe I should treat myself to some shopping. Granted, I don't really enjoy going out and buying things all that much, but there have been a few things that I've been interested in buying. First, is an electric razor and second is some cargo pants. So my girlfriend and I traveled to Target in Roseville. I don't shop at WalMart cause my Dad is a big union guy and I read a lot of Union booklets as a child which talked about WalMart's treatment of workers who tried to organize. At Target, I started out looking for some cargo pants. I ended up with some cargo pant shorts because it was warm outside and I remembered that summer was soon. I also bought a tight grey tshirt for 5 bucks, just because it was dirt cheap. I figure I can screen print something cool onto it.
The hardest part of the trip was deciding on an electric razor to buy. They all said the same stupid things on the side of the box. "Closest shave Guarantee" "Easy to clean" and other short sentences surrounded the boxes. Prices ranged from 20 dollars to 250 dollars. I ended up buying a 70 dollar one by a company who I've heard of before. But I have no idea if they're good or not. I can't even remember the name anymore . . . The box was shiny though! Oh wait, Norelco. I think my Dad has one of those too. Anyway, I used it tonight and found out that using a manual razor is a lot faster, but doesn't get as smooth and irritates my face more. So I guess they both have their positives and negatives. Maybe in 18 months when I need to spend 20 bucks on a new set of blades for the thing I'll buy one of the 100 dollar models.