The Cost of Learning Frugality

I didn’t realize there was going to be a cost to learning how to be cheap.  But there is.  It’s when you spend a dollar on the dollar tree brand of Drain-o, only to realize it doesn’t work AT ALL.  So I still need to pay for real drain-o, but in addition threw away a dollar.

You don’t know what cheap versions work until you try though, right? I guess I spent a buck for some insight.  Nothing is free, is it?

BUT I might try this first:

unclogdrains

 

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