Ring Up Every Other Item At The Self Check-Out, Buy Your Pets Ears of Corn and More Money Saving Tips At The Supermarket
|June 21, 2012||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
Too much work.
And too many rules.
Get a good printer and make coupons
that work best for you. (See above)
Buy the store brand.
They’re cheaper and just as good as the name brand.
Just remember to hide them before company arrives.
Or simply transfer to a brand-name container.
Dogs will eat anything, so why buy them expensive dog food.
Instead, look around the store for cheap items.
For instance, you can get 10 ears of corn for $2.
That’s 2 weeks of food for your pup and it’s sure to keep em busy.
Cats are known to be finicky eaters,
but hey, that’s their problem.
Buy your kitty 10 ears of corn, too.
She might not eat it the first day but by day 10
she’ll be so damn hungry
she’ll have no choice but to learn to love it.
Stock up when the store is having a big sale.
For instance, just yesterday I bought one package
of chopped meat and got two free.
Maybe not the best example,
considering I am a vegetarian.
Go to the self-checkout line and ring up every other item.
When someone from the store questions you,
explain that your kids are picky eaters and
half of what you give them ultimately
winds up in the garbage.
You know all those gossip magazines they sell by the register?
Read them, then return them,
explaining your aunt told you everything in them was lies.