Hmmm, in stores:
1. Physical media. I mean movies, CD, video games even. Electronics sections used to have an entire subsection for this. Best Buy back 30years ago used 65% of the floor space for music. Another 20% was for video games and PC stuff. The appliances and stereos were stuck in the corners. I try to buy everything on physical. People and these "subscription services" it's perpetual rent! Who taught these people basic economics?
2. Clothes in my size.
3. Frozen pizza that costs less then Little Ceasers
4. The nice lady handing me sausages on a toothpick to sample.
5. Every American Beer I grew up with. The names have come back, sometimes a couple times! But the beer never did. I find local stuff now days. (pretty easy in WI!)
6. Repair parts for a toilet that will fit an older one, OR will last more than 2 years in a new one. The people that burned those rubber plantations screwed us over so bad.
7. A leather belt. yeahyeah, "genuine leather". No it isn't. It's a paper thin layer of leather laminated onto whatever plastic they like that day. Local flea market has a guy selling hand made buffalo leather belts. When was the last time you owned a belt for more then a decade?
8. The Brachs candy self serve stand. You know, with the scale and a scoop.