They say no good deed goes unpunished, and that definitely applies to charity sales. We heard this from someone working at Super Saturday in the Hamptons this weekend - for the uninitiated, that's the giant designer sample sale with $1,000 tickets and all proceeds going to ovarian cancer research - and this is what they said: "I was at [a designer jean]'s booth, and at the end of the sale, you bring whatever you haven't sold to the charity drop-off and it's given away. So we had about twenty pairs of jeans left - we sold, like, three hundred - and we packed them up and got ready to walk them over to the charity drop-off, on the other side of the field, and this guy with a SUPER SATURDAY VOLUNTEER t-shirt comes up and he's like, "You don't have to do that, I'll take care of it." Our intern got a little suspicious, so she followed the guy - and he stuck the 20 pairs of jeans in his own car and drove off! She didn't say anything - I guess she should have - but we're gonna be scouring eBay, and if those jean styles come up next week in bulk, we're gonna try and bust him." Whoa, that's pretty sick. Fortunately, hundreds of thousands of dollars went legitimately to charity, thanks to the tireless shopping habits of Hamptons party girls, and their husbands, boyfriends, and followers. Sadly, we didn't get to go - which is too bad, because we heard there were giant leather MJ bags for $700. Aaaah!
They say no good deed goes unpunished, and that definitely applies to charity sales. We heard this from someone working at Super Saturday in the Hampt