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Great Lakes, twelve oaks, Somerset, birch run, partridge creek are all legit b. Oakland, lakeside, Fairlane are only good for release day sneaker purchases

^^^This man speaks the truth!! :Nthat

 

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Great thread! Where I'm from, Lake Forest Mall is a dying mall.

Where I live currently, Pasadena Mall is dying and Mall of the Mainland has been shut down for years. They're renovating it, but I definitely did a snap story running around the abandoned part of that mall. It was fun looking for shoes in the old finishline and foot locker in there.

I actually want to leave a pair of shoes in there (brand new) for some kid to find one day and strike the lottery. Something legit too like a pair of 3s or something.

edit - my phone's autocorrect is terrible.
Edited by datboi81 - 12/29/16 at 9:48am
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Sbarro >>>>> your favorite pizza place. (I've had NY pizza)

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