Waianae Market

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This place is an eyesore and gathering place for totally inebriate lowlife. The parking lot stinks of urine, and whenever a car pulls in, it's full of these people that look like they are on weekend furlough from the local penitentiary. They are one of those stores that call themselves a "market", but are actually there selling liquor (red-eye) to the locals...a people trying to pull themselves out of multi-generation ignorance and poverty. Capitalising upon this weakness and all dolled up are these 1st generation immigrants with a lack of moral fibre but a "good business sense". By this time, you have the picture...no doubt.

Well, anyway, you walk in, and sometimes these young guys are behind the counter reeking of "gangsta" with said music blasting. I must admit that the floors are kept scrubbed. They sell paraphernalia behind the glass counter in the front, so I guess they supply the community with some colour...

BUT BE ADVISED

Don't buy any of their "higher end" tobacco such as the flavoured cigars or clove cigarettes. Especially the cloves as THEY ARE STALE AND MANAGEMENT WON'T REFUND YOUR PURCHASE, and they will be rude about it too.

Just letting you know....

In addition, you should not walk on their parking lot unless you have on adequate foot protection because of the caked crud on the blacktop, and the smell of urine on the concrete entranceway.

So I wanted a pack of Gudang Garam...they were stale.
It was not worth the 7 bucks, was it?

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★★★★★

This place is an eyesore and gathering place for totally inebriate lowlife. The parking lot stinks of urine, and whenever a car pulls in, it's full of these people that look like they are on weekend furlough from the local penitentiary. They are one of those stores that call themselves a "market", but are actually there selling liquor (red-eye) to the locals...a people trying to pull themselves out of multi-generation ignorance and poverty. Capitalising upon this weakness and all dolled up are these 1st generation immigrants with a lack of moral fibre but a "good business sense". By this time, you have the picture...no doubt.

Well, anyway, you walk in, and sometimes these young guys are behind the counter reeking of "gangsta" with said music blasting. I must admit that the floors are kept scrubbed. They sell paraphernalia behind the glass counter in the front, so I guess they supply the community with some colour...

BUT BE ADVISED

Don't buy any of their "higher end" tobacco such as the flavoured cigars or clove cigarettes. Especially the cloves as THEY ARE STALE AND MANAGEMENT WON'T REFUND YOUR PURCHASE, and they will be rude about it too.

Just letting you know....

In addition, you should not walk on their parking lot unless you have on adequate foot protection because of the caked crud on the blacktop, and the smell of urine on the concrete entranceway.

So I wanted a pack of Gudang Garam...they were stale.
It was not worth the 7 bucks, was it?

Pros: Freshly mopped floors

Cons: Isn' t that in France? Oh well, see it for yourself

 

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