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I discovered online shopping almost a year ago and have recently wondered if I was addicted. But after reading the criteria, I only meet one of them, so I guess I'm alright. But I distinctly remember thinking what a wonderful thing it was, and how much I liked it. It IS extremely gratifying, but I'm not so sure where the instant gratification part comes in. After all, you order something, and feel the rush, but you have to wait sometimes up to two weeks for the product. Especially if you aren't willing to pay the extra for express. Even with express, it's not like traditional shopping where you can drive home with your item within minutes of purchase.
I think I'd really enjoy doing some sort of online business though. It seems online transactions running a business would be something I would very much enjoy.
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