I got the ‘cutest’ shorts at a thrift store for 34¢ – people say they’re missing ‘80% of the material’

A SAVVY shopper showed off her latest thrift store find, prompting viewers to ask her to model the bizarre garment.

She went looking cute summery shortsand this is what she came home with – at least theoretically.

Elizabeth Faust couldn't believe the $0.34 find she brought home from Goodwill


Elizabeth Faust couldn’t believe the $0.34 find she brought home from GoodwillPhoto credit: TikTok/eliz.abethclaire

Elizabeth Faust (@eliz.abethclaire) couldn’t wait to get home to share Thrift store treasure with their social media followers.

in one Video On TikTok, she shared the “yield” from her car right after she left a local shop with a “rare find.”

“I can’t believe I got these shorts benevolence‘ she wrote in the caption.

“Oh my god guys,” Faust said, gesturing excitedly at the camera while hiding her purchase off-screen.

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“This is your public service announcement,” she said. “Go to Goodwill. Do your summer shopping.”

“There’s some good stuff in there right now,” she said. “I just got the cutest pair of American Eagle shorts for 34 cents.”

The dramatic discount may have been stunning, but then Faust held up the shorts.

Her purchase was even more shocking than the price.

The “shorts” were little more than a denim thong. The jean shorts had been customized and cut into a tiny pair of barely-there briefs.

“They are so cute!” said Faust, now clearly feigning enthusiasm at their amazing business. “Would you like the fuck to shut up.”

When she revealed the


When she revealed the “bargain” find, fans said “80 percent of the footage was missing.”Photo credit: TikTok/eliz.abethclaire

Viewers were brought to hysterical tears by their ridiculous “bargain.” Several thanked Faust for sharing her $0.34 find with the world.

“I laughed out loud,” wrote one woman.

“Guys, they got an 80 percent discount because they missed 80 percent of the material,” surmised another person.

A few people poked fun at the nearly invisible “ghost shorts” and poked fun at the ridiculous silhouette.

“I’m still waiting for the shorts, where are they?” one person wrote.

And one request stood out above all others.

“Please put them on,” begged one commenter, receiving over 1,500 likes and several affirmative comments.

fist forcedbut she had to make some changes to avoid being booted in TikTok’s NSFW shorts.

She wore brown leggings and pulled the shorts down her legs.

“They’re a little big in the waist,” she said as she buttoned them up.

Then they dangled around her waist, looking more like a belt than pants.

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Turning around, she revealed that the high-waisted denim left her bottom completely exposed.

Faust kept up her enthusiasm. “Serve, kill!” she cheered, striking a pose in her bargain pants.

Faust had to put on leggings to model the tiny shorts


Faust had to put on leggings to model the tiny shortsPhoto credit: TikTok/eliz.abethclaire

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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