Quicksilver was super cool and didn't charge me to ship the shirt back and at the same time shipped me a bigger size one. I finally got the shirt, the end. Not as cool as my original but is better than a T-Shirt.
Man Nebu I know EXACTLY how you feel, I have a similar story that just happened to me.
I've been working out actively since winter and I've always been short on workout clothes. My wife does the laundry and it takes forever to get something washed so I got sick of it and went to a sports store and spent @ $150 on new Nike and Under Armor shirts and shorts all of this quick dry compression stuff. The shirts are really a snug fit but they are great for running or kicking boxing etc. So my wife just throws them in the normal wash....and drys them and they ALL shrunk. They won't even fit her now they are so small so they are completely ruined.
Here is the sad part, I go out and buy another $150 dollars in shirts and shorts(they are about $25 a piece) and explain to her they must be washed in COLD water and hung out to dry not thrown in the dryer. She washes three of them on Cold and when she pulls them out they are steaming and shrunken! I'm like what the hell??? It turns out the idiots who build our house and installed the wash machine installed the hoses backwards and my wife never noticed that all of the laundry was washed in cold water for the past 6 years....
One time I was on antibiotics for some reason (I think I was getting over a sinus infection) and I neglected to read the prescription, particularly the part that said "Keep out of the sun!"
So I'm on the pills for a few days and then on the fourth day I have to move my shit into a new apartment at college. So I'm laboring all day in the sun with no shirt on (summer in Ohio can get pretty brutal) and I don't think much of it. I get a little sun burn, but not a big deal, right?
Hooolllyy shit. Now I know why you keep out of the sun when you're on certain meds. The next day it felt like I had poison ivy IN MY BLOOD. My entire BODY itched, especially my ribs. I rubbed them raw. NOTHING would stop the itching. Lotion had literally no effect whatsoever because this shit was internal. I almost went mad with itching.
So the moral of the story - read the prescription bottles. They aren't just blowing smoke up your ass.
My dad gave me a watch. It was all scratched up. So in 2005, I asked a watch store about replacing the glass in front. Well they told me $300. Now I thought this a very expensive watch so I said OK. This was back before my chick drained all my money too. Then I later discover the watch was worth under $100. On top of that, the battery they replaced stopped working under a year.
Now I bet they knew that watch wasn't worth that much and if they were honest they would have said hey why would you put $300 in a $100 watch. But at the same time those f-ers were trying to sell me $1,000+ watches. I guess the lesson is, do some research and shop around next time. Don't be an impulsive buyer.
Hahaha no man that was just a scam. If they were honest they would have charged you the normal price for the watch face.
I shattered the face of my $200 watch and had it replaced by some dude in a drive-thru watch repair hut for $15.