You get what you pay for..
Ever get that car that you thought was a bargain and now its sitting on the highway smoking up a storm? Ever get new batteries for your xbox and your middle lights are going crazy in an hour?? Or get cheap and buy that off brand soda that just don’t taste right?? Damn right me too. I’ve learned a valuable lesson after experiencing this shit.. you get what you pay for. We do it constantly, We go out here need batteries and instead of hitting that CVS for those $8 duracells, we go out here to the local dollar tree, and get those cheap ass rayovacs, you know those yellow ones that you know won’t be worth a shit. Or we go out here, and get those sodas, that food lion pop in the big ass bottle for 99 cents and it taste terrible, but you make excuses for it like well it’s only for the chaser. You remember as a kid, when your mom would take you out to the store, and all you wanted was a box of cocoa puffs. The only problem was those puffs were $5 for a little box. The worst shit ever was when your mom went over to those Malt-o-Meal Cereal bags, you know those big ass bags that look like dog food was in em, and threw it in the cart. You’d bitch and complain that the shit taste different and all she would say was “ITS THE SAME DAMN THING”. Damn I hated that. I can’t tell you how many times I got cocoa rocks, fruit rings, and those fucking Honey Nut scooters. They still have that shit out here today. I never understood the shit, as a kid, that type of shit fucks you up, like why my cereal isn’t magically delicious (pause) or why the hell the flintstones aren’t on my cereal. It just hurts. The Rayovacs, however I do not buy. I believe in duracells, and you know what i have no problem paying the extra money bet on that. My point is, Don’t buy mcchickens and expect them to taste like Filet Mignon because believe me, it ain’t close.. They say money doesn’t buy happiness, but try explaining that to a 5 year old when he cant have his cocoa pebbles…and he has to eat those terrible rocks.c
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