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My husband's family is way into this idea and has been for years. We are going to my nephew graduation dinner next month at $20 a plate and of course expected to have money in a card for the boy as well. Now I don't want to sound like a cheapskate but that's a lot of cash to be putting out for a two year technical degr...more
I want to like my Kmart. I make it a point of going in there primarily because i don't want "the evil empire that is Walmart to be the only choice I would have in our small town I Kmart closes its doors. But every thing in the article is true. Its dirty, customer service is either poor or non existent.
I don't want ...more
Yeah this person has serious "issues" . I do agree with the cake one though, not because of the mess, but it could quite possibly be a choking hazard.
I can picture it now. The guy sitting there watching the girl eat her dessert. He nervous and excited. She only eats a little because she's a chick and doesn't want t...more
Apparently you didn't read the article jb. Though anyone fat, lazy or otherwise can buy them, she had the disabled in mind. As the sister of a person with cerebral palsy, I think they are a wonder idea.