WINDOW SHOPPING _ An art of intense observation.๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜…

For the new generation, there is no better way of spending money than visiting the malls. Personally, I love Shopping!( Who doesn’t? )

It can be purchasing anything! Mostly books. Whenever I go to the malls with my family, I will sneak out from their company and arrive at my favourite place in the mall. Bookstore. ( Well, it’s one of the two places where I love to hangout – one, bookstores, twoโ€ฆ. Any guesses? Obviously the food stalls!)

But my father gradually pick me up by my ear and bring me to some boring stalls where Amma might be enjoying purchasing some stupid utensils and pictures and blankets and โ€ฆ.๐Ÿคข๐Ÿคฎ

And he will bring me to the bookstores after we had completed all other shoppingโ€ฆ So that they they cleverly make me hurry up!!!

Some time between all this hurry – burry, I might be left alone in the floor. Obviously, I will get bored. I might be sometimes communicating so badly with some baby sitting right in front of my table (till the baby cries), or closely observing some other families, or just, you know, doing some random things, till I get so annoyed that I manage to get up from the stupid chair to roam around.

And then comes my favourite part.. WiNdOw ShopPiNg!!!โ™ฅ๏ธโœจ

Those of you who don’t know what this is ( I seriously doubt that!), Let me explain. It is an amazing art of observation!

This ๐Ÿ‘‡is method one. An advanced method of window shopping where you will do a more personalized observation. Hold on tight!!

All you need to do, is wear some standard clothes amazing and rich,elegant clothes and walk around like a queen. Okay. Don’t just walk aroundโ€ฆ Doโ€ฆ Do the Cat Walk!

Now just give your walk a pause and make an expression of judgement! Oh! Now that’s easy for everyone, cuz we practically do that every minute of our life. Judge a dress. Now automatically, the security would open the door for you. If you don’t see one, don’t stand there, merely hoping that one would come by and open it for you, open it yourself. No offense & and little ego!!!!

You will see a number of sales person,roaming here and there, waiting for their prey. If you are lucky, you wouldn’t be their victim. If you’re not,โ€ฆ Fine I will tell you the rest!

They might say many stupid and useless things just to make persuade you to buy it. But heyโ€ฆ

Note to be taken you have no intention of buying it. We are just window shopping. Where you will attack through the window and enter the shop now.

All you should put on, is some attitude. Now they will closely examine you too. Just maintain your style. Just act like you are examining the texture of the cloth.

Attitude…. ๐Ÿ–ค

NOTE never look into the price tag. You can take a small look, if there is no sales person nearby

No. Don’t do it… No..no.. wait till the sales person goes away!!!๐Ÿ™…๐Ÿ™…

Once you have enjoyed the whole visit, then act like you don’t care about the price. When you are doing all this, make sure you have your phone in your hand. Now act like you got a call, or a text message. Move a bit away from themโ€ฆ Moveโ€ฆ Moveโ€ฆ And get the hell out of there!๐Ÿ˜…๐Ÿ˜‚

As simple as that!

Method II

This time you will not indulge much and give the sales person any headache!

You will simply walk aroundโ€ฆ Observe the clothes. Or a better idea, select a table near all the clothe stalls. And enjoy every bit.

I am sure that you will enjoy more doing this, than buying them.

Window shopping the bookstores is my main hobby. Window shopping, even when I had already purchased 10 of ’em.

I wrote it from heart. If you have any such crooked ideas or any weird incidents, do let me know in the comment section below.

Read. Love. Liveโ™ฅ๏ธ

15 Replies to “WINDOW SHOPPING _ An art of intense observation.๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜…”

      1. Oh yes!!!๐Ÿ™ƒ But I love tasting new food than eating the same food !!! Like in India, our staple diet is rice. But I hate it!!!!๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜œ

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  1. Ahaha, thank you for guiding me into a window shopping experience ๐Ÿ˜ that was fun.

    I’ve not been a reader all my life but for the past two years I am. And I love visiting bookstores just to look at the titles. Since I live in Italy, and my Italian skills are not so great, I am forced to do more and more window shopping.

    Continue writing your heart. ๐Ÿ™‚

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