We’ll get USA vs. Canada, just like the one at Jilly’s Arcade in Ocean City, NJ. Someone has to sacrifice and be USA each time, though.
Someday, these prices will be pocket change!
What more can I say? I want to spend days, weeks, months, years just reading what I want when I want.
I couldn’t find the reading-on-a-phone emoji, though.
There is some truth to this expression, so I’m experimenting with faking that I’m a lottery winner. Just with cereal—not with computer purchases!
I used coupons, but they were still over $3.00 a box! 😱
Buy the sweetest MacBook Pro available—with the most memory possible—and replace it often. Here’s the first month’s model (with all offered-at-checkout accessories):
The next month I might try a smaller model. . .
No real need for the protection plan if I’m only going to have it for a month, but what the heck! And I’ll want anything “Super” or “Thunderbolt”!
Probably wouldnt use, but why not just order them? My tech staff could sort it all out. . .
More stuff I could afford to order and not use!
Need more “Thunderbolt”!
More “Thunderbolt” and some major TB!
An unnecessary case and four extra Office licenses. Perfect!
And that’s why I dream of winning the lottery!
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.)
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.
17. Read the entire Harry Potter series again (this time in English and Spanish?). I could do this now if I could find (make?) the time.
This would take a year.
This would take a year.
16. Yes, get some real muscles with the help of a ridiculously expensive personal trainer. Forget the person who laughed at my dream of being a body builder.
…not this, just to clarify.
15. Choose a new profession and enjoy many days off. Just a few possibilities:
1. Encyclopedia salesperson
2. Soda jerk
3. Telephone operator
4. Phone book proofreader
5. Book store clerk
13. Pay someone to iron my clothes. (Could this actually save me money now? Currently paying gas company by overusing the dryer.)