Everything here was zero oop. In couponing terms, that means zero out of our pocket. Or better put, free.
Although, Hubby saw my face and knew that even at zero oop, I was getting a rash. So he went to the counter and paid for what I already picked out, with his winnings. Then came back to where I was and took the rest from me and got that free too.
He told the lady, "I have to hurry up and get it paid for before my wife talks herself out of it, saying that she doesn't need it. Then we get home tonight and she'll say, I wish I would have gotten that."
The lady laughed and said, "We're all like that."
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Yes, you are all like that!ReplyDelete
Although I confess, I'm even worse. I hate buying stuff for myself. My wife has to force me to get something I want.
That is what he had to do for me. And I am glad he did. Stuff bakes like a dream.Delete
Nice gear, I used to see baking gear in my shopsReplyDelete
I bet you saw the best stuff. Very cool.Delete
I don't get to the "I don't really need this" phase until I get home. Unfortunately.ReplyDelete
That is a rough one too. Do you return it the next day?Delete
I'm like that too! I saw a red and white short sleeved shirt downtown and been meaning to buy it all summer long and still haven't .....ReplyDelete
Will it go on clearance?Delete
You mean on sale? The sales should start real soon, they usually start at the peak of summer, but in my country things on sale are never more than 10 or 20% cheaper. And sometimes they even raise the price before the sales :(Delete
Like a sale but better. Things will go from 70% to 90% off retail price.Delete
Though we do have one store in my town that will raise food prices, and then do a bogo sale. I don't know who they are fooling with that trick.
oh, you're so lucky! The worst thing is that most clothes and things are generally more expensive here than in the West even though we're a poor country. You can probably buy three or four pairs of sneakers there for the price of one pair here.Delete
I've never heard of 90% sales! What bliss is that? :)
It can be fun and, most places that I shop at, will let me use a coupon on a clearanced item, often making them free. But ... it is a pick-through. Sometimes it's just junk in the bins, other times good stuff.Delete
Wow, three or four pairs for the price you pay for one. That is crazy stuff. I don't understand, sometimes these high high prices. Makes me nuts.
Just think of all the yummy things you'll make with that new bakeware! A good investment!ReplyDelete
Paid with winnings. So free, an even better deal. Do you bake?Delete
Yay for new toys!ReplyDelete
Hey Marcy. Hope the editing goes well today. Have you taken many pictures outside, so far this summer? I have not.Delete
Awesome! You've got one sweet hubby there! :)ReplyDelete
I do indeed.Delete
A lot for you to play with now!ReplyDelete
I envision lots of good treats in your future, Ivy! They're great supplies to make baking a dream. Good hubby too!ReplyDelete
He's a keeper.Delete
I can already smell the goodness you are going to bake with your new arsenal. Yum!ReplyDelete
I'm locked and loaded, and ready to bake.Delete
What a great deal, and what a great honey to quickly pay for your toys.ReplyDelete
He's super supportive of my food writing.Delete
Oh yes! I do that too. But what great goodies you got. Good for your hubby.ReplyDelete
It's terrible that we do that. I'm learning to get better at it, but I still get a slight rash at the thought of spending too much.Delete
Nice! Have fun with your new toys!ReplyDelete
Aww Ivy I love your new toys:))ReplyDelete
It is fun to get new toys. Do you have nice bake stores near you?Delete
Not near. I live in the countryside.Delete
But when I go to Santiago always I back with something lol
awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww you chose well and I don't mean the kitchen goodies !ReplyDelete
I did at that. We make a good team.Delete
Free? Crikey ... how marvelous. Enjoy :)ReplyDelete
So far everything bakes like a dream. How goes your work today?Delete
Not too bad thanks. Bizarre weather Down Under at the moment. Keep getting power cuts and lots and lots of rain.Delete
Power cuts are no fun. Hope things get back to normal there soon.Delete
Yes, I saw your response over at Suzie's. That is a very valid distinction -- easy not lazy.ReplyDelete
Cool beans. I wrote you back on your blog. It's like commenting tag. Have a groovy weekend.Delete
Hi Whisky Poo :D I've had so many computer problems. Can you please flick me an email when you have time as I lost all my contacts. XXXReplyDelete
Hello YOU. Great to see you posting again. I flicked ya' an email. Looking forward to catching up. Cheers, boogie boogie and one big hug.Delete
It's Niki in NZ in case you're wondering hehe :DReplyDelete
Good for your hubby. That was really nice of him. Enjoy your toys.ReplyDelete
He's a good egg. Supportive of all my food writing and bakes. He's a keeper, that one.Delete
That's a good man you got there, Wonder Woman! And you got some really cook baking toys to play with. Good stuff all around. Okay, I gotta run! Have a fabulous day.ReplyDelete
So much stuff, I cannot even believe it. And good stuff. That's the best. Hope you had a killer good day. Enjoy your weekend with your honey bunny.Delete
That is an awesome pile of baking stuff! Zero OOP makes it even better. Hope you are having fun!ReplyDelete
I wish we lived closer so you can come over and we can bake all kinds of things.Delete