10 things people buy but never use
Did you ever buy something you just had to have, telling yourself you’d use it all the time – and then never actually use it? Here are some purchases that often go unused.
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Really? People buy food and forget to eat it? Many of Campbell's basic soups make great starters for sauces.
When you're tired at the end of the day, who wants to spend time chopping, sautéing and simmering when 5 minutes will get you a satisfying bowl of hot soup? And these days, you don't even need a can opener.
I think the people who have books they don't read got them as gifts from well meaning but mislead relatives who imagined those people could read and comprehend. Laugh's on you.
Ah, those extended warranties...what a rip off!!
An easy way to make extra money on new stuff. Cars especially, about $1700.00 a pop. But car dealers are car dealers regardless of the toothy smile.
Maybe they forget on purpose because the soup is filled with salt and sugar and corn syrup.
Make it healthier Campbells, and we'll remember. How about just soup?
I have a can of chicken noodle soup sitting arond incase I or my boyfriend get sick and I cant get to the store that night
But I will say...I havent made it to the gym in the last two months and I do feel like I am wasting so much money
but how do you forget to use a pool?
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