Discussion in 'Creative General Discussion' started by prime13, Aug 12, 2009.
but serioously, i cant find it in ANY stores..... is it like a freaking united states thing?
Are you talking about Future?
I'd check a local hardware store.
Where exactly are you located? Most countries have it in some form or another (different name, different type of bottle, but the exact same product).
Check the link at the bottom of the tutorial that REDLINE put up a while back (it links to an article sharing some tips and showing the various names and bottles of Future in other countries). Odds are, you have it wherever you are, just with a slightly different name or packaging.
Here's the link (same link that Prime posted above me): All You Wanted To Know About Future Finish
Good luck, bro--hope you find it!
im in grande prairie AB.
Here's a list of places it can be found in Canada (from that link):
Canada – Loblaws, No-Frills, Sobeys, Canadian Tire, Wal-Mart, Valu-Mart.
I would assume it's called the same thing as what we have here in the US, Pledge with Future Shine. I pick mine up at Wal-Mart, so hit that up and check near the cleaning/floor products area (it should be there). If you can't find it, ask an employee nearby.
Anytime, bro--good luck (hope you find it).
awww. reading the title of this thread, I was like, oh man.. another dude is planning to waste himself or something, gotta do somethin'. Apparently... you are not suicidal. That's good to know. And no.. Don't know anything about futures. Normally ace hardware sells them.
Yea, I have to admit that the title may be a bit misleading for some...
I think that was the joke ¬_¬
It's misleading at first glance, of course (before you actually click).
Either way, I laughed when I came across it yesterday.
We holdin' an eyebrow contest now, ey?
edit: I have no idea why i canadian-ized that sentence.
Lol, anyway, it's unfortunate that people are having such a hard time finding Future. It's especially common in my area: supermarkets, Walmarts, etc. You're definitely not the first to have trouble locating this. Even in the U.S., there's no guarantee that you'll always be able to find it.
y'know we CANADIANS dont ever do that.
p.s. yes the title was a joke.
ahh good lord i popped a blood vessel!
Ok, folks, I think he got his answer
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