whats your favourite mall for shopping and hangout ?

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#1 Posted by indzman (17194 posts) -

Mines city centre mall , also very close to my home. Great place to catch up with freinds or movies or shopping or checking out pretty young things.

Whats your favourite mall for shopping and hangout OT ? :)

#2 Posted by playmynutz (5981 posts) -

It might be Wal-Mart, it reminds me of Pasaquina

#3 Edited by Kevlar101 (6052 posts) -

The Opry Mills Mall in Nashville.

That place is just so freaking incredible.

#4 Edited by lamprey263 (23088 posts) -

I don't really have one as I haven't been 12 for over a couple decades now.

#5 Edited by Smashbrossive50 (2882 posts) -

...had too much to look for when it comes to shopping centres,but heck,

#6 Posted by Iszdope (9636 posts) -

I don't really have one as I haven't been 12 for over a couple decades now.

#7 Posted by sukraj (22081 posts) -

The one that is in my home town in the UK.

#8 Edited by Master_Live (14162 posts) -

Well I don't hangout at the mall, I just go in to get a haircut (doing that this Friday) or to catch a movie (always the first showing). I used to spent a lot of time on Borders but my heart got broken when they went bankrupt.

#9 Posted by indzman (17194 posts) -

Well I don't hangout at the mall, I just in to get a haircut (doing that this Friday) or to catch a movie (always the first showing). I used to spent a lot of time on Borders but my heart got broken when they went bankrupt.

Today i watched 300 rise of an empire. Have you seen it ? bloody good i say Heh.

#10 Posted by Master_Live (14162 posts) -

@indzman said:

@Master_Live said:

Well I don't hangout at the mall, I just in to get a haircut (doing that this Friday) or to catch a movie (always the first showing). I used to spent a lot of time on Borders but my heart got broken when they went bankrupt.

Today i watched 300 rise of an empire. Have you seen it ? bloody good i say Heh.

Nah, it isn't my kind of movie. I still haven't seen the first one.

#11 Posted by AmazonTreeBoa (16745 posts) -

I don't shop at the mall and I sure as hell don't hang out at one. I am not a child. Outside of food (that's what Walmart is for), I pretty much do all my shopping online.

#12 Posted by hippiesanta (9793 posts) -

Oxford street .... not really a mall but a nice area to shop

#13 Posted by SOedipus (6801 posts) -

West Edmonton Mall. It's in my hometown. Me and my cousins will go there to hang out. Nice place to power-walk in the winter too.

#14 Edited by benleslie5 (7765 posts) -

There's only two in my area I know Eldon Square and Metro Centre, but I would say Eldon Square more because I walk through it almost everyday

#15 Posted by TheFlush (5503 posts) -

Such malls don't really exist in my country, there are indoor malls but they're not that big. And usually they're part of the city center, we have shopping streets.

#16 Edited by Curlyfrii87 (14926 posts) -

The Internet

#17 Edited by Trail_Mix (2021 posts) -

Walmart.

Because that's the closest thing we have to a mall where I live.