Poon Can Fix Anything

When I was in New York a few weeks ago, I stopped by a Soho boutique called In God We Trust and made what I consider to be my best jewelry purchase to date: a brass necklace that has “kiss me where I pee” inscribed in pretty little cursive on a heart charm.

Poon's is such a hole in the wall that Yelp doesn't have a picture of its storefront. Here's a picture of my necklace instead.

Ironically, I broke this necklace a few days later while my boyfriend and I were having sex back in good old San Francisco. It was like some sort of cruel joke.

This necklace was too good to never wear again, but I was too embarrassed and too cheap to bring it into some place like Macy’s to get it fixed by a snooty lady in expensive perfume. I almost resolved to just never wear it again… and then I found Poon.

In case you couldn’t tell, I’m pretty into my vagina, so I have to admit that I was first drawn to Poon’s Jewelry because of the name. After reading his Yelp reviews, I saw that he’s also cheap and doesn’t speak English very well. In sum, he was the perfect person to fix my necklace.

Five minutes and $8 later, my necklace was as good as new and I was out the door in all my cute, crude glory. He even shined it for me free of charge. Thanks, Poon!

Poon’s Jewelry
253 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA
[Financial District]

Thanks to Sweet Nothings online boutique for the image.

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Rebecca Pederson - Cheap Date

Rebecca graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in Literature, but she tells everyone she majored in Psychology so they don't ask her for book recommendations. She likes coffee, pickles, free yoga classes, and spends a lot of time with her dog.

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