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From a Gamer to a Gamer: Will this work for Gamestop In-Store?

posted by BoneFreak on - last edited - Viewed by 805 users
Alright, so I preordered Brink from gamestop and I chose in-store pick-up, used my brother's debit card, and printed out the confirmation papers.

Gamestop tells me in one part that "a form of payment and confirmation papers are required" and then in the next it tells me I need that AND "government-issued identification or driver's license".

Brink is rated T for teen, and I'm 14. I know that M games (no matter how purchased) at gamestop need ID.

Will this work: I go into gamestop, show the confirmation papers, and pay in cash.

Or will I have to have my brother pay in cash and show his driver's license?
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  • Grow a beard? Psh.

    Just get one of these kits and you'll be set for life!

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  • Alcoremortis;498121 said:
    Grow a beard? Psh.

    Just get one of these kits and you'll be set for life!
    It's people like you that cheapen the art of beard cultivation.

    Also, those are mustaches
  • JedExodus;498123 said:
    It's people like you that cheapen the art of beard cultivation.

    Also, those are mustaches
    Well...the fact that I am quite incapable of growing any sort of facial hair is a big drawback in my case.

    Yes, they are mustaches. Because mustaches are cool and you can reuse them for parties. I suppose if you really had to have a beard you get something like this:

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  • We call that 'The Billy Mays' in certain circles
  • Maybe some people really like cleaning products!
  • Needs Moar Neckbeard!!
  • Alcoremortis;498128 said:
    mustaches are cool
    Only middle-aged and older men can get away with having just a mustache with no beard. My wife's brother suspects it has something to do with how anyone Gen-X and younger watched cartoons where the guy who had a mustache almost always was the creepy bad guy in the show.
  • Chyron8472;498346 said:
    Only middle-aged and older men can get away with having just a mustache with no beard. My wife's brother suspects it has something to do with how anyone Gen-X and younger watched cartoons where the creepy bad guy almost always had a mustache.
    I suppose I should have altered that to read "mustaches are funny." Armed with my array of false facial hair, I can safely say that practically anything becomes hilarious when it has a mustache stuck on it.
  • Alcoremortis;498347 said:
    I can safely say that practically anything becomes hilarious when it has a mustache stuck on it.
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    :D
  • Chyron8472;498357 said:
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    :D
    I laughed. True story.

    Actually, I'm still laughing.
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