Monday, March 14, 2011

Buyer's Remorse.


This is something I encounter way too much. Whether it be manga, games and whatnot. These purchases end up creating nothing but regret. It really is hard to purchase the right things that you want. The only way that I've found around this is when you initially want something, wait 2 weeks to a month and then re-verify if it is still worth it. The again the poor always have to worry about things like this I suppose. Just throwing this out there because I'm staring at some of the stuff I've purchased and asking myself, WHY?

3 comments:

Hip-Hop Hikikomori said...

Should have gone in the last post, but your blog looks so clean now.

>The only way that I've found around this is when you initially want something, wait 2 weeks to a month and then re-verify if it is still worth it.

The few things that I do buy, I buy because I want to support the creators. Even if I didn't like what I bought, I can take solace in the fact that I'm supporting something I believe in!

You could always pirate everything and just buy stuff you wish to support. That's how I do it, anyway.

Of course, this doesn't apply for things which cannot be pirated, such as figures or physical merchandise..

MixedNuts said...

>Then again the poor always have to worry about things like this I suppose.

I do things differently I usually know what I want but, I also think is this object going to last me long?

Also nice touch up to the blog.

A Hermit said...

I mostly have regret from buying art books, because I often can't find previews of the content, but I think I might like it. Then I get it and I don't like it...I do manage to resell them though. There's no use having something sitting in your house you don't want.