Posts Tagged: target

The Secret Lives of Shoppers

There is an exposé in The New York Times today about all the ways big stores spy collect info on you so they can stealthily manipulate your purchasing habits. Did you know that without looking at you or (rudely) asking, just by analyzing when you buy a certain 25 products including unscented lotion, Target can tell you've entered the second trimester of your pregnancy? And buried five pages in is the bewildering tale of Febreze giving up on appealing to people with stinky homes — because people with stinky homes don't realize they're stinky. That's how they get so stinky. Who's up for a house swap and some [...]


What's That Supposed to Mean, Target!?

Look at what came in the mail yesterday. This is the entirety of the note: "Regarding your Missoni for Target order." And then at the bottom it says the card is worth $25. That's it! That is all the info. I might cry. Should I cry?


Would Everyone Please Get Off

The Missoni collection launched today and I need to buy this $29 romper. Please? You are overwhelming their server and it will… not… get… in… my… cart!