|pastorofmuppets - 2010-11-27 |
What's more banal: videotaping the coupon binder, or commenting on the videotape of the coupon binder?
(not that this isn't a complete horror show)
the printed tab labels... separate beds?
|Riskbreaker - 2010-11-27 |
*Furiously takes notes*
Oh wait, wrong video.
|Raggamuffin - 2010-11-27 |
Okay this is pretty horrible, but if there is a terrorist who is hating america for this, then it's probably because he has unusual priorities and thinks beverages should be before food since it's alphabetically correct.
I think it more refers to this sort of thing being a "first world problem" and that are people literally engorged with this much useless, empty free time that they are able to do this kind of shit, yet still sound as if their work is incomplete.
It's either this or farmville.
Well, that and the fact that there are probably 10 coupons in that whole thing for stuff that's actually NECESSARY.
|Tom Collins - 2010-11-27 |
If you're this obsessed with coupons, you should research making your own.
|1394 - 2010-11-27 |
The only thing that really bothered me were the coupon scissors labeled coupon scissors.
aaaaaaaaaaand the seven pages of rules for the "grocery game"
|mouser - 2010-11-27 |
Holy frickin cripe.
I once had a job of creating an automated software that pulled market information off a database, locate pictures out of a file server, pull descriptions out of another database and assemble everything by creating flyers off template by controlling XPress to build such weekly flyers for supermarkets and drug stores, setting type styles and shit. From start to finish, about 50 minutes. All the graphics designers had to do after that was to fine tune image cropping.
I thought it had been an interesting project.
Until this. This is pathetic.
|Rosebeekee - 2010-11-27 |
Not pictured is the section she has for expired coupons, all neatly organized.
|grimcity - 2010-11-27 |
I'll be sure to never be behind anyone with such a binder next time I'm checking out.
|themilkshark - 2010-11-27 |
Equally as embarrassing as unlocking Xbox achievements.
except with this you potentially save a few bucks on groceries. so, not even as bad.
|Old_Zircon - 2010-11-27 |
Somewhere I have a 30 minute instructional VHS tape about this that was actually commercially produced.
|WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-11-27 |
If you have hours of free time and are so lacking in shame and decency that you'll hold up the line at the grocery store for minute after minute, you too can save a paltry sum that is far less than what you could have made if you had spent the time working instead!
|Crackersmack - 2010-11-27 |
This isn't that bad.
I saved last week so you all can suck it.
Agreed. I just got a six months supply of toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, razors and shaving cream for free at CVS and Walgreens during their Thanksgiving sales. Shit, they paid me to take the ones that I had coupons for after Extra Care bucks and Register Rewards.
|Macho Nacho - 2010-11-27 |
Groupons are more useful than this.
|Grandmaster Funk - 2010-11-27 |
How DARE she try to save money on groceries for her family! And using promotional materials that stores and manufacturers themselves release with the intent of getting customers to use them!
I bet the poor innocent full-retail-paying souls behind her had to wait an extra 30 seconds or two. HOW DARE SHE INCONVENIENCE THEM?!?
Tell me again who is the example of bloated first world largesse and petty problems in this scenario??
Using coupons is not the issue here.
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