I didn’t even ask what they were online for! So unlike me. I usually ask. Waiting on a line is excruciating for me, and I want to know what people think is worth doing that for, not that I have never waited on a line. I’ve waited on lines for movies, back in the day.
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I saw a bunch of people on line today at Grand Central. I passed by once without asking, but the second time I walked by, I asked a security guard who was standing by the end of the line what they were waiting for and he told me they were waiting for free lipsticks! Granted, he said they were $45 lipsticks… Both of us were a bit astonished at lipstick costing $45.
I want a free lipstick!
I’m a little late to this rodeo, but I just saw on
that MAC is giving away lipsticks:
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