Compare & Contrast

Fun ways to spend money:

– Steak, lobster and other delicious edibles!

– New car!

– Puppy collars and leashes!

Not fun ways to spend money:

– Pantry staples that seem to have increased in price, again, because seriously lets see how much you can charge for olive oil (shakes fist at sky)

– Washing your car only to have it snow the next day (See also: super expensive gasoline for said dirty car)

– Well-dog visits with vaccinations (oy vey)  and the announcement it is time to schedule a $300 teeth cleaning for said dog

I’ll give you one guess as to the ways I’ve been spending money.

Your turn.

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  • Debbie says:

    My little dog has two broken teeth, and it’s going to cost me around $900.00 to have those teeth pulled and a cleaning. because she’s old and they aren’t sure what they will find when they get in there. On the fence if this is a fun way to spend $$ or not!

  • Aren’t puppies fun? And by “fun” I mean “expensive”. But, I mean, I still fork over the cash for their damn teeth cleanings and such.

    Another not so fun way to spend money? A new hot water heater. Since the old one decided to explode. Awesome.

  • Rebecca says:

    Other non-fun ways to spend money: retro fit a wrought iron gate a few times in attempt to keep psychotic German Shorthair Pointer from escaping just to sit on stoop in front of house, new entry rug when said pointer poops on it in the middle of the night, and of course, ungodly amounts of money for doggy daycare/overnight kennel when you try to get out of town for a couple of days.

  • LawPaul says:

    Hmm,

    $44 for 12 days worth of specialty cat food for Oliver’s kidney problems.

    $145 for treatment of Winston’s injured ear.

    $29 for the destructible “indestructible” dog toy.

    I think it’s safe to say I can relate. ^-^

  • Denim&Pearls says:

    Fun: clothes, home decor, and the perfect pair of black boots.

    Not fun: New washer/dryer, 75K mile car check-up.

    Right there with ya on the “fun” spending.

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