1. However generally stereotyped by those who hate the people wearing it, the store is not there for the soul purpose to rip you off or label you, but to offer a different style of clothing. 2. It's not the store with the preppy attitudes, honies, it's the person wearing it. With or without the brand, I'm sure that person would have the same shitty personality. Heck, if the store were never around and people decided to like the look of clothes in GAP, then you would have to go and put THAT store down. Get a grip! Stop hatin the store...hate the one representin'. 3. Of course, the store may have workers with snooty attitudes, but god forbid that you wear it cause you like it and maybe change a few minds about it. Putting a shirt on with a logo won't make you a different person...people just wear what they like and or what they feel comfortable in. God...I like the store for the clothes...i think they're stylish and just my taste, but i also don't like some people that i've seen wearing those clothes. That doesn't mean i'm gonna riot about it and throw a tantrum, i'm just not going to associate with those people. Abercrombie haters need to grow up, step back and realize who's being the bigger person in the situation...the one being a bitch wearing the Abercrombie shirt or the one who can't stop making a big deal about it!!!
A&F girl: Hi. my name's Lisa and I'm new here. I don't have any friends, but you seem nice. Would you mind showing me around?
Hater: Hell no! Take that shirt off and then we'll talk.
A&F girl: I didn't think my shirt would i offend you. i saw it in the window while i was shopping and thought it was cute.
Hater: so's my ass...want it?
A&F girl: sorry
Hater: screw you, bitch