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The #3 item that was hardly in demand at Mecca when I began my servitude 23 years ago, but now leaves the store in cart(buggy/trolley)loads are those fucking plastic and metal “hydration” tumblers that rose to prominence as soon as … Continue reading →
The Nest is continuing its countdown of items that were not very popular when I started working at Mecca in 1998, but that have since become the big must-have swag everyone wants to blow their money on. We’re getting into … Continue reading →
The SYW-intro countdown of items that weren’t a big deal in 1998 that are now uber popular like the bee’s knees continues on with the #5 entry… couch pillows! Seriously, what the fuck? Aren’t sofas supposed to be comfy enough … Continue reading →
1998 was a long time ago. It was the year I started at Mecca, and it was a whole different store back then. Onto #6 in my countdown of items that were not readily available 23 years ago that have … Continue reading →
Onto #7 in my countdown of 10 items that weren’t on your shopping list when I started working retail 23 years ago that have since exploded into huge must-haves… shipping boxes! At the dawn of the new millennium, sites like … Continue reading →