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Subject: What's the best money...

Written By: boris66au on 07/25/03 at 03:34 a.m.

You've ever spent?

Either a bargain, something you bought that led to something else, an item you can't do without, a holiday where you met that special someone (then sobered up and realised 20 others had met the same special someone), a small thing that's given you great pleasure?

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: Bobby on 07/25/03 at 03:38 a.m.

Probably down the market when I bought WWF Survivor Series 1 and 3 on VHS video for 4.00. They are difficult to find.

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: boris66au on 07/25/03 at 03:49 a.m.

Hubby thought he'd got a great bargain from the market when he came home with Terminator 2 years ago.
Pleased as punch he was til I pointed out it wasn't actually out on video yet...

He'd missed the beginning of the title saying The making of...

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: Bobo on 07/25/03 at 08:07 a.m.

Best money ever spent? Without a doubt the fifty pence I used to buy two 200 page notepads. Now I can write 400 new songs and nobody can stop me! Hohohohoho!

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: Junior on 07/25/03 at 08:41 a.m.

$200, on an mp3 player which I practically walked around with every day...I got some good use out of it....

and then it stopped working, and we tried replacing the batteries but that didn't work, so we have to send it back to see what tech. peoples can do....


I think we may have gotten the wrong type of battery though :-[.

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: Gis on 07/25/03 at 09:17 a.m.

The most money I ever spent was on my car which in the 18 months I owned it broke down just about every time it was driven and cost me the same amount again in garage bills !?! What can I say? it was my first car, I knew nothing about them and the guy saw me coming as they say..........

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: CatwomanofV on 07/25/03 at 09:47 a.m.

There are a few (especially trips that had been taken) but in the last year, I would have to say when I bought my shoes. I ALWAYS wear New Balence and it was finally time to replace the old ones. I went to the store and they had ones that I didn't like-thought they were ugly, or they didn't have the ones that like in my size. I cannot see spending that amount of money for something that I don't like.  I was frustrated and thought that I was going to have to go to a different store. (I have been known to travel long distances to find New Balence). Then I saw the "bargain table" but really didn't think that I would find anything. They had one pair that I liked and to my shock, it was in my size. $25 for a pair of New Balence. Anyone will tell you that is an EXCELLENT price-concidering that they usually go for $50+. But they last forever which makes them a very good deal. And yes, I wear them everyday.  ;D



Cat

Subject: Re: What's the best money...

Written By: Don_Carlos on 07/25/03 at 04:37 p.m.

Well, a few years ago I bought "Big Dog", my O'day 25.  It is an old boad, but inpristine shape.  Great price, and a really good boat.  You should be so lucky!  ;D