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What is the one thing in your life that you won't cheap out on?

Asked by SQUEEKY2 (18027points) 3 weeks ago

It could be a guilty pleasure, a vice, whatever.

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Inspired_2write's avatar

Security: A roof over my head, food on the table and warmth of a good home.

anniereborn's avatar

Soap, my skin is worth it.

canidmajor's avatar

Shoes. My feet are a bit sketchy, decent shoes keep me walking.

chyna's avatar

Peanut butter. It has to be Jif.

cookieman's avatar

Food. I know I can buy a frozen steak for a dollar at Dollar Tree, canned string beans at Market Basket, and 3 for $6 frozen dinners, but I’m much happier going to my local butcher, farm stand, and even Trader Joe’s for better quality deliciousness.

I have no other vices and life is too short to eat bad food — even if it costs much more.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

Jewelry and tools.

Irukandji's avatar

Toilet paper.

ARE_you_kidding_me's avatar

Moisturizer this time if year. It’s $20 a bottle and worth every penny.

Love_my_doggie's avatar

My monthly health club fee. I work out 6X per week and can’t imagine life without that.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Irish butter

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Irish butter???^^^ what is ??

cookieman's avatar

Would that be Kerry Gold Irish Butter @Hawaii_Jake?

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Yes, I buy Kerrygold Irish butter at Costco. I can taste the difference to ordinary butter.

cookieman's avatar

Absolutely. Kerrygold is amazing stuff.

jca2's avatar

I’ll buy Kerrygold if it’s on sale and I made blueberry muffins once, with it. They were so good. So moist and luscious.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

@jca2 Butter is freezable. Buy lots when it’s on sale. I buy only Irish butter in the spirit of this question. I won’t buy cheap butter.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Is it an East coast thing never heard of the stuff out west?

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

@SQUEEKY2 It’s butter from Ireland. It’s Irish butter. Go to the grocery store and see if they sell Irish butter. It doesn’t have to be the Kerrygold brand. Just look for Irish butter.

cookieman's avatar

Or, you can order it directly from Amazon.

jca2's avatar

@SQUEEKY2: It’s very yellow and very soft and creamy.

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