Go to Michaels or A.C. Moore and deliberately buy something without a coupon. (And then resist the urge to return it and use a coupon.)
Including today, I have 27 posts until I arrive at my 1-year blogiversary and officially stop this obsessive daily posting. Then I’ll just post sporadically.
This is what you say if you want someone to hand you another of something, like a cookie. Or maybe you’re having a birthday today–another one! 😃🎂
Dare you to watch this past 30 seconds!
No one’s sure how this came to replace words such as “right” or “yes” in the family vocabulary, but it is nice and precise. For example:
You know what’s interesting? Lots of stuff. Grandpa can tell you some of it because he googled it.
Bender said this to the principal and got the memorable “Don’t mess with the bull. . . you’ll get the horns” response, but this Barry Manilow line is useful.
This is in no way meant to disrespect Barry. Love him! Used to jam to this album in the basement with my sis.
Had this one too. “Copacabana” was on this. Need I say more?
your friend gets a massage chair and lets you use it?! Holy shiatsu!
Quite possibly the scariest picture on this blog!
Yes, it was on a record player. We sat on the floor in a circle and learned that we shouldn’t discriminate. Thanks, Mr. Infantino.
Check it out. . .
Another Kohl’s shopper once tried to encourage a fluffier choice, explaining that the towels I was considering were more for hotels. Um. . . got the idea from hotels!
You must wait for a 30% off coupon and Kohl’s Cash offer, though. Oh, and buy some bleach!
18. Buy really expensive cereal (We’re talking $4/box!) such as Cracklin’ Oat Bran and Raisin Nut Bran. Don’t even use a coupon.
Like I would even shop at Walmart!
I would have my kitchen staff make me bowls of “delicious covered raisins and slivered almonds.” Then I would generously allow them to eat the flakes.