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zensky's avatar

You get what you pay for, right? Go ahead - give some recent examples. You know you want to.

Asked by zensky (13357points) January 21st, 2013

So we’ll all take heed and not buy brand x.

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AmWiser's avatar

Whatever made me think I could get a burger off the do$$ar menu at any restaurant that actually look like this
But that is what is advertised.:(

woodcutter's avatar

Pretty much anything advertised on the tube that has the quote “But wait, there’s more!”

desiree333's avatar

Tattoos and piercings. Good work isn’t cheap and cheap work isn’t good.

bossob's avatar

I quit buying from Harbor Freight when 5 out of 6 items in my order were broken or not functioning. I figured I should be able to use an item at least once before it breaks.

bookish1's avatar

The beers are $2 but the hangovers are top-shelf!

deni's avatar

Ate a 79 cent hot dog at a gas station on the 2nd day of my 5 day vacation to my favorite place on Earth and spent the next week unable to eat and constantly ill.

flutherother's avatar

I bought a nice pair of corduroy trousers in the sales for £10. They were a nice warm material in a colour I like so I snapped them up. When I tried them on I found the seams don’t run straight but go down the front rather than the sides of the leg. I use them for cycling when I move too quickly for people to notice.

CWOTUS's avatar

There’s a rule we try to educate customers on in the construction business:

You can have it cheap, quick, and of good quality. Pick any two.

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