Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Reasons Why Black Friday Is Actually A Terrible Idea.

Everyone knows Thanksgiving's Day falls on a Thursday every year and following every Thanksgiving Thursday is the infamous Black Friday.

If you don't know what Black Friday is, it's basically a day where stores nationwide offer sales and discounted items. Seeing how it takes place just a month before Christmas, many shoppers participate in Black Friday so they can finish purchasing all their Christmas presents in one go.

However, Black Friday isn't all it's made up to be. Before you make plans to ditch your family's Thanksgiving get-together, you may want to read some of the reasons below as to why you shouldn't go Black Friday shopping.

#1. Even though it seems like the sales are only available in the stores, it's not. Stores offer the same sales online, so why freeze yourself to death while standing in line for something you can purchase home in the comfort of your own PJ's.

#2. Black Friday shopping is madness and can be very dangerous. You're literally fighting other shoppers for just one item.

Black Friday shopping is madness and can be very dangerous. You're literally fighting other shoppers for just one item.

#3. Black Friday has officially evolved from a one-day affair. A lot of stores start offering the deals during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Wouldn't you want to shop in peace instead of in absurdity?

Black Friday has officially evolved from a one-day affair. A lot of stores start offering the deals during the week leading up to Thanksgiving. Wouldn't you want to shop in peace instead of in absurdity?

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#4. The deals that are available on Black Friday aren't always the best you can buy. Instead, they create deals on items of much lesser quality.

The deals that are available on Black Friday aren't always the best you can buy. Instead, they create deals on items of much lesser quality.

#5. You're participating in something that's not guaranteed. You can stand in line how long you want and run as fast as you want once the store opens but there is a chance you won't even get what you wanted.

You're participating in something that's not guaranteed. You can stand in line how long you want and run as fast as you want once the store opens but there is a chance you won't even get what you wanted.

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