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SHOPPING IS A PASTIME Women's clothing does not bite, but every man I know seems to think it does. If it's hanging on a stand or sitting in a store for someone to handle, poke, or prod, it is harmful. Other adjectives-- provided by my guy friends--include "expensive," "a waste of time," and "unnecessary," proving that guys just don't know anything about purchasing and what it means to women. Combing through racks of clothes and looking for the cutest outfits may take hours, but a lot of women feel great satisfaction in doing this. Whenever my friends and I are bored, one people will usually exclaim, "Let's go shopping!" We all get excited and prepare for a intensive four-poster excursion, usually going to as many clothes stores as we could possibly carry ourselves until our pockets become weightless and our plastic has maxed out. The idea of shopping is social and fun to us. While men will usually walk into a store (even with buddies) and rush to find what they want, women will often hover around product just to enjoy and scrutinize it. If we do not buy anything and only surf for a complete day, simply looking at new things is a pleasurable experience and evokes happiness. Past clothing, the wonders of accessories, accessories, and interesting home décor excite our senses and spending possibilities. For many others--typically men--the notion of getting off the couch and from the home incites complete misery. If my younger brother hears the proposal of shopping, he yells, "I HAVE A STOMACH ACHE. I CAN'T GO!" (unless, of course, you mention Best Buy or Micro Center). When my boyfriend hears it sternly states, "Mary, do not allow me to sit in some seat for three hours like last time." (Oops!) Shopping evokes...