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  1. “Never worn” means never /worn/ (as in, never put on and worn during an event or a day at work or a trip to the store), not “never tried on.” I think all women (and all retail stores, which will take back merchandise that’s been tried on as long as it’s “unworn,” again meaning “not worn outside the house or while participating in any activity”) understand that. This isn’t a fail, IMO.

    1. Agreed. You can clearly see the tags and she just put it on so people would see what it looks like. Fucking idiots.

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