You round the corner past the dusky coffee shop and run smack-dab into a line that’s hundreds of people-long. You crane your neck to see what’s at the other end of this human queue, noticing tangles of white wires leading from heads to fingerless gloved-hands, Starbucks logos, fancy shoes, and the occasional jean jacket. Eventually you spot the unmistakable white emblem — that symbol of corporate fawning — emblazoned on the window of the store down the street.
You just unwittingly joined a line of Apple hipsters.
Your iPhone’s screen is so cracked that you can’t tell if you just got an email or a text message, much less who it came from or what it’s about. It’s so jagged that you’re afraid to hold it up to your face to take a call, lest you wind up performing an unplanned (and extremely painful) shave. So you’ve got to speak with one of their salespeople about getting a new screen, but — of course — it turns out that today’s the much-anticipated unveiling of their latest iDoohickey and now you’ve got to wait in an hours-long line just to get into the store. Today has “FML” written all over it.
But fear not, faithful QuiBidder: win this auction, and your crisis is averted! This nifty iCut pass affords you a line cut ahead of the creative masses during the next visit to your neighborhood Apple Store. Because everybody knows the worst part about the Apple Store is the rabid crowds of yuppies that flood it.
So win this auction, get ahead of them, and get on with your day! Nothing’s worse than malfunctioning technology (except maybe technology that goes back in time to try to off your mom before you can lead the human uprising against the robots after they’ve taken the reins on planet Earth) and there’s nothing fun about waiting outside some store all day so you can get back in touch with your various channels of communication. Especially when you have to listen to 20-somethings chatter on about how many Instagram likes their last retro-looking photo got, and how hard it is to pay student loans on a barista’s salary.
On the downside of bypassing all this, if you’re in Oklahoma City like QuiBids is, the Apple Store’s a pretty big social hot-spot. Just ask Kevin Durant.
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