Top 5 Signs You Are Addicted To Shopping

16 Oct Top 5 Signs You Are Addicted To Shopping

Signs you are addicted to shopping

5: Your night out with the guys starts AND ENDS at Bass Pro Shop

4: The “Home” setting on your GPS is “The Mall Of America”

3: You look forward to birthdays, anniversaries, and Christmas. Not because of the gifts but for all the items you can take back to look for “just the right one”

2: You took pen and paper to the theater with you for the sole purpose of writing down the name of every store the girls walked by, or through, in Sex & The City 2

1: You bought the same limited-time offer item on the QVC Network – TWICE!

(Matt’s Note): Readers, are you addicted to shopping? Can you relate to some of the items on this list?

  • retirebyforty
    Posted at 11:52h, 17 October

    Not guilty! haha, funny list.

  • Steve MoneyPlanSOS Stewart
    Posted at 05:18h, 18 October

    Thanks Joe! They say humor is based upon realizing our own silly behaviors in real life. I am glad to hear that you are not guilty of these 5 things.

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  • Titanium Tongue Rings
    Posted at 01:54h, 04 November

    You can learn if you are shop alcoholic or not through the views given here

  • Emily Guy Birken
    Posted at 11:11h, 07 December

    Thankfully, I’m not guilty of shopaholism, but I do find myself in “buying moods.” Then I have to stage an intervention with myself–no going to the mall or a big box store and no surfing on Amazon. Because then I’ll find useless junk cluttering my house and less money in my account.

    • Matt Wegner
      Posted at 09:44h, 09 December

      I don’t think I’m quite bad enough where I need an intervention, but I have been guilty of impulse buying a lot of things I don’t need.

  • Sab
    Posted at 00:31h, 30 March

    I guess I’m still safe from shopping addiction. But I can’t resist midnight sales 🙂