Stereotypes, what do you see next to a check cashing store?

alkemyst

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Here it's usually bail bonds, nails, massage, pay as you go phone stores and spanish markets.
 

ObiDon

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there's one between a 7-11 i go to and a teriyaki place.
they also buy jewelry ;)
 

hanoverphist

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the corner one here is across the street from another check cashing place... theres not really any stores right next to them tho, they are standalone buildings.
 

Deeko

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There are check cashing stores (and commercials) EVERYWHERE here. I'm beginning to think people in this city spend far too much money at Starbucks.
 

Svnla

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Next to a check cashing store? around here?

A bunch of native born minorities <note the native born> that loitering around, holding colt 45 malt liquor or cheap liquor in brown paper bags, smoking, hanging out, throwing trash around, dealing and wheeling, husling.

Cheap fried chicken place along side the small liquor stores that also double as check cashing store/advance pay day check/small grocery store/lottery/scratching tickets/tobaco/pawn shop.
 

Ktulu

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Originally posted by: aesthetics
technically they're mexican stores, not spanish. don't blame spain. :p

technically alot of the people that are thought of as being Mexican aren't. Many come from other parts of Central and South America and it really pisses them off that they are automatically labeled Mexican.
 

anxi80

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next door is a liquor store followed by a nail salon and a bail bonds. on the other side is a barber. in those other places defense though; they were there first before the check cashing store showed up.
 

XxPrOdiGyxX

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the one near my place has a pawn shop and...oddly, a bait and tackle shop. (There is no real fishing areas within a 20 mile radius.
 

mugs

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Originally posted by: aesthetics
technically they're mexican stores, not spanish. don't blame spain. :p

There are a lot of latinos in this country other than Mexicans. Especially in Florida, lots of Cubans and Puerto Ricans.