That guys going to be a virgin for at least another ten years.
That Virgin's going to be a guy for next ten ye-- wait wut?
I buy the Suicide Girls comic for the interesting story, and I can masturbate to it also.That's convenience.
Does he dip himself in guilt every morning? Thats a lot dripping off of him
This is a guy that locks all the doors, shuts all the blinds, turns off the phones, and tips down all the framed pictures in the room before logging onto SG... stepping outside that bubble must be terrifying.
leave the poor guy alone. He also sounds like this when buying his pre paid credit cards at the gas station.
can somebody tell this guy there's an entire, somewhat free, website already dedicated to these chicks so that he can forego these embarassing moments....or is it just fun for you to watch this guy squirm with guilt every week?
There's always the possibility that he legitimately was buying it because he heard the story was good, and he recognizes that there's no way he can buy it without looking like a massive creep. A slim possibility, but a possibility nonetheless.
Clearly his crime is nervousness. Buy it or don't, you have nothing to explain of feel guilty over.
At least the hair on his palms will stop his sweatruining his wank fodder.Sorry, comic.
I know, dude, I know.
Maybe he has no problem with the nudity. Maybe he's embarrassed to be buying a comic.
I only act this embarrassed when I'm buying a two-month supply of cat food: "I only have one cat, I swear! There's no Trader Joe's where I live, so I stock up when visiting a city with one. Really, I just have the one cat. Really. Just one."
This guy clearly doesn't know about this site, or he'd know that buying the Suicide Girls comic doesn't put him anywhere close to the top of the Sketchy Heap.Then again, he should have been able to intuit that without OVC. Was this his first time in a comic shop? Or any sort of shop, really?
I wonder if he's ever seen Lost Girls...
I certainly hope, for the sake of your store, he was buying last month's copy of Suicide Girls, instead of the issue that isn't on sale until tomorrow...
I've never heard of this, but I am rather fond of really hot goth chicks.
I remember feeling this way when I bought Fell The Magic XY/XX for DS. Luckily I got a male cashier who didn't give a fuck. But seriously, that box art was really suggestive for a cute little collection of mini games.
Self-awareness can be a terrible, terrible burden. One that most of the other customers portrayed here will never know.
Playboy used to be the go-to magazine for nonpareil reading, but now that Updike's dead...
"There's always the possibility that he legitimately was buying it because he heard the story was good, and he recognizes that there's no way he can buy it without looking like a massive creep. A slim possibility, but a possibility nonetheless." I read the comic and the story isn't interesting nor is there much appealing in the way of pornography. It's a miss-miss.
"I'm not... I'm not... I'm not..."You are, you are, you are. It's okay.
I've sold out of the first 2 issues of this, and yet no one has added it to their subscription list...
Why do people think retail clerks care whether or not they buy porn. I only find it more disturbing when someone buy fruit and lube. . . just say'n.
Funny, that's how I act whenever I buy a superhero comic."see, Thunderbolts is…no…wait…I'm only buying Batgirl…because, um,…y'see Hulk is really…well, er…yeah."
I don't care if guys buy the porn comics in my Store. I don't care what the buy as long as they buy something. Hell, I'll even talk to them about it and explain what each book is basically about.The one that bugged me is the guy that used to ask to see "Hot Moms" (or whatever) and stand at the counter and read it. The whole thing. Then hand it back and buy his regular shit and leave. That got old REAL quick and I made a special little sign just for him.
I had an older customer once looking at the Grimm Fairy Tale books. He realized that I saw him looking at them and asked me nervously, "Would you think less of me if I bought one of these?" and I answered, "Do you think less of me for selling them?" He laughed, and said, "No, of course not!"So he bought one, but he never bought another. I don't know if he was appalled or disappointed in it. He never mentioned it to me again.I doubt if he would have made his comment to a male clerk or owner, but I am a 60-year old woman, so he was embarrassed. But gee, I run a comic book shop - how judgmental could he think I am?
I can't imagine why your customers would be nervous, knowing that you make a hobby of mocking them on the internet.
"This isn't what it looks like... I'm not... You know... I'm not heterosexual. You gotta believe me."
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