Are these REJECTED FRUGAL TIPS worthwhile?
The Frugal Yankee has been around for quite some time and people are generous with sharing tips that save money. After culling through all of the tips sent to the Frugal Yankee, the following is just a small sample of REJECTED FRUGAL TIPS. These tips fit the spending less, but not the enjoying life part of oou motto.
We could be wrong. You decide.Â
1) Saving is one money issue, but another one is saving time. Here's one that saves the latter. Only floss those teeth you want to keep.
2) Raise quick cash. Sell one of your kidneys. Double your money, sell both.
3) Save money by filling your water bottle from puddles, bathtubs, dishpans, sewage pipes, radiators, toxic holding pools or toilet bowls.
4) People selling you things over the phone are to be trusted. Whip out your credit card and help them out.
5) Chew the free gum found under movie theater seats.Â There is a plentiful supply of various flavors. You can return it when you are done.
6) Stretch your food budget.Â Stop feeding your kids.
7) When listening to your boss explain something important, roll your eyes and sigh heavily.
8) Be sure to offer the IRS auditor $1000.00, in cash. They will appreciate the gesture. Slip it to them in an unmarked envelope, and then wink. Think about how much money you'll save on CPA or attorney fees.
9) Help struggling Nigerians with their wire transfers. It is very lucrative.
10) The best home remodeling contractors come to your front door without being asked, have out of state license plates and a bedraggled helper named Rip Offenbacher
If you have tips worthy of being REJECTED FRUGAL TIPS, by all means share them. We'll read them, analyze then and then we can reject them. Send your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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