If you’re a real penny-pincher, the idea of buying certain items is simply inconceivable. That’s because frugalistas know that some things are just not worth their time and money.
If you also have the frugal gene in you, your cheapskate soul probably dies a little bit every time you have to pay for some things from your hard-earned money. If haven’t got a frugal bone in you, it might pay off to know a thing or two about how to save money in the frugal style. Lesson number one: don’t buy any of these items that frugal people would never spend their money on.
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I did not drink public water when I lived in Vermont, Rochester, MN, and I don’t drink water here in Texas. There were radio and TV announcements to boil the water before consuming it. I was told by an MN worker to not drink the water and suggest that I install a house filter system, Here in TX the public water office says the water in Texas Meets FDA and public health guidelines. I was told by my dog’s Vet to Not give him pubic water. So I buy water that went through a reverse osmosis system, and I had the water tested. Too many states have not improved their water processing to meet the increased population and replace OLD parts before they fail. Many homes still have lead pipes or copper pipes secured with lead solder. I have an external and internal filters on my Refridgerator.