When you go into a store and they're giving away samples, what does sample mean to you?
A sample given in a store is yours. It is usually given without strings attached, meaning you do not have to buy that item or any other item to keep the sample. If the sample is edible you are expected to consume the item at that time. If you enjoy the item and you like the price it's normal for them to expect you would buy some limited amount of the product, but you do not have to if you don't want to.
by Vampireking 10 years ago
Where can I find the best product sample site where you can get free samples?
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by Rastamermaid 10 years ago
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