If you don't have the money, you can't have it. How hard is it to understand this concept? The products are not priced too high; they're priced at what the vendor wants to sell them for and that's final. THE SELLER DOES NOT OWE YOU THAT FIFTY DOLLAR T-SHIRT. STOP COMPLAINING THAT IT'S OVERPRICED AND A RIP-OFF. It isn't. If the price is too high, the product won't sell and the vendor will eventually go out of business and/or drop the prices. If enough of the product sells and the price is maintained, then the market has declared it to be reasonable and you're just out of luck.
Now fuckin' get out of my store and toddle that fat ass of yours, overfed on McDonald's and Donut World, over to Target and buy your non-designer jeans in size 42 for only $12.99 instead of bitching about Rampage's $60 jeans that DON'T EVEN FIT YOU ANYWAY. Just fuck off.
I hate customers. I hate people. I hate everybody, and I can't tell them, so I bottle it up inside and spew it out all over my journal.