How to feel like James Bond

Greg Trelski is the A&E editor of the Campus Lantern, a student publication at Eastern Connecticut State University. He also knows something most people don’t (thanks for the tip, Greg!):

Underground Shopping in Boston:

“Speaking with the person behind the counter is the most important step in the process of accessing Bodega. “Yo man, I’m here for the goods.” Expect for the person to pretend like they have no clue what you’re referencing, and just respond with something like, “Quit bullshittin’ me man.” With a push of a button, the Snapple machine you thought would steal your dollar turns out to be the doorway to the coolest shopping experience in The Northeast.”
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26 thoughts on “How to feel like James Bond

  1. Anonymous

    1. Mannnnn thas mah spot, you blowin that shit up.2. like a poster before me said, this place is no secret. The guy behind the counter doesn’t do anything, and the snapple door opens if you are anywhere within 5 feet of it, which isn’t difficult considering its a tiny convenience store. And people are constantly going in and out.But the place is still a blast, I got an awesome pair of creative recreations there for $80.

  2. Anonymous

    1. Mannnnn thas mah spot, you blowin that shit up.

    2. like a poster before me said, this place is no secret. The guy behind the counter doesn’t do anything, and the snapple door opens if you are anywhere within 5 feet of it, which isn’t difficult considering its a tiny convenience store. And people are constantly going in and out.

    But the place is still a blast, I got an awesome pair of creative recreations there for $80.

  3. Anonymous

    elitism hidden behind “fashionable” posts again? blah. find something more interesting to do with your free time.

  4. Anonymous

    elitism hidden behind “fashionable” posts again? blah. find something more interesting to do with your free time.

  5. Anonymous

    haha. i think this is fantastic!why does everyone have to be so “high and mighty” about it? stop hatin!

  6. Anonymous

    haha. i think this is fantastic!
    why does everyone have to be so “high and mighty” about it? stop hatin!

  7. Anonymous

    The article makes Bodega sound like it’s some big secret. If you’re looking to buy nice kicks or a graphic hoodie or something it’s pretty cool, but it’s not a hipster skull and bones or anything. Every time I’ve gone there I’ve literally seen packs of seventh graders carrying skateboards walking in front of me. If you walk up to the counter and whisper “I’m here for the goods,” he’s just gonna look at you like you’re retarded. Just walk up to the snapple machine. Yes, it’s a hidden door. Big whoop.

  8. Anonymous

    The article makes Bodega sound like it’s some big secret. If you’re looking to buy nice kicks or a graphic hoodie or something it’s pretty cool, but it’s not a hipster skull and bones or anything. Every time I’ve gone there I’ve literally seen packs of seventh graders carrying skateboards walking in front of me. If you walk up to the counter and whisper “I’m here for the goods,” he’s just gonna look at you like you’re retarded. Just walk up to the snapple machine. Yes, it’s a hidden door. Big whoop.

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