Nothing surprises me on facebook anymore LOL
Ryan Block and his wife Veronica Belmont called Comcast to discontinue their service. Despite having the customer service rep right there on the phone, they found it nearly impossible. He could have done it; he just refused.
Veronica was on the call first, but got so frustrated she passed the phone to Ryan. When he took over, he put the phone on speaker and began recording the conversation with another phone.
First letter home from camp:
First day of school (1984):
First time holding a cat:
First time holding his little sister:
First time meeting dad after a 14-month deployment at sea (1940s):
First time seeing a toad:
First time trying baby food:
First time meeting a deer (and – how embarrassing – wearing the same outfit):
First time at Hooters:
First time driving a car:
First birthday cake:
First time getting ready for a date:
First time tasting a lemon:
First time in the sprinklers:
First time seeing fireworks:
First time watching Jurassic Park:
First time meeting a dog:
First Christmas photo:
They better have a good lawyer LOL
Pre-prepared food is nice, but it pays to be a little less lazy.
Boneless chicken is roughly $2/lb more expensive than those with the bones left in.
Find out when your butcher marks down meat for the day. You can get a deal and have it for dinner that evening, or freeze it to use later.
Grocery stores typically rotate the items which are about to expire to the front of the shelf, so take a reach to the back for stuff that’ll last longer.
Comparing unit prices will help you find the best deal between brand names.
Again, check the unit price and compare the sales to make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck.
Avoid impulse shopping by taking the time to make a list of items you actually need and STICK TO IT. This will also give you time to look over the weekly deals and find things that work for multiple meals.
These days, you can usually find whatever produce you want no matter what time of year it is. But beware: if the items aren’t in season, you’ll end up paying a lot more for it.
Shop sales, but shop smart. If the sale says it’s 6/$10, you don’t necessarily have to get 6 items — or there could be limits on how many you can purchase.
If you find an item in a sales paper but it’s out of stock by the time you get to the store, ask for a raincheck so you don’t miss out on the deals.
Bones from meat and scraps from veggies usually get tossed away. Instead, save them in your freezer to flavor-up some broth later on.
Well, practically everything. Using a vacuum sealer is ideal, but most food can be frozen and used later if stored properly.
All Target clearance tags let you know how much you’re saving. Also, if the price ends in 6 or 8, it will be marked down again, but if it ends in 4 it’s the final markdown.
Most Targets offer $0.05 towards your purchase for every reusable bag you bring.
Oh!… the horror
This extreme carpool:
This road sign:
And this truck:
Soda in a plastic bag:
The game Tumbang Preso:
For those that don’t know, Tumbang Preso is a game usually involving a milk can or bottle of some kind. There’s one guard and then the other players will try to knock over the can with their pamatos (usually a rock or shoe). If a player is tagged when trying to recover their pamato, they become IT.