If I ever shoplifted, (which I haven't ever, trust me), I would never put it up on social media. And who the hell would anyway? Haven't you watched those cop movies, where they track down your IP address and catch you!?
But thanks to social media, we have found a certain group of girls who aren't scared of getting caught (because YOLO, bitches). These girls are compulsive shoplifters, and they do not mind displaying their stolen wares on the Internet. And mind you, they do it with much pride. From cosmetics to clothes to whiskey flasks, they've picked it all. And good old Tumblr is their playground.
Wanna take a look into the wonderful shoplifting lives of these dudettes? Go ahead, but better refrain from getting inspired.
The unspoken but established code of conduct among shoplifters requires displaying your loot, and declaring the total worth of it.
Small Ulta haul! (My first Ulta haul!!) I went right when they opened and I was the only customer in the store! Plus, there was only one worker walking around so this was so easy!
The code of conduct also requires sharing priceless information with fellow lifters and giving them a heads up of possible giveaways.
From the Sephora at Jcpenny and Bath and Body Works
By the way, Bath and Body Works doesn’t have towers or cameras.
Now that's some really ballsy stuff to do. Oh BTW, they also share notes, and exchange tips too.
And one particular lady has described the whole process of how she efficiently shoplifts for fellow people in the 'trade'.
My Process for any stores that count items in the dressing rooms:
Really, this shit is completely cray!
three piece earring set $8.50
Look at all of this stuff!
They do have an expensive taste. But damn!
Tote Polka Dot Umbrella $10