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I wish I had the diligence to spend the time doing it, I am only working one more week then maybe I will have the time. It would be fantastic to save that kind of money and be able to spend so little on groceries.
HOWEVER, I think the people on the show are horders. I can understand giving it away but the people on the show are keeping it in their house so they can look at it and show it off. I pee a lot but there is no way I could use 500 rolls of toilet paper or 60 containers of mustard.
It's alright to use coupons as long as you don't use it extremely. I mean it's okay if you're saving or you want to save money and spend less on your groceries, but extreme couponing may have its bad effects. Many are addicted to it.
We're all looking to save cash in these troubled times. Coupon cutting is one way to conserve cash on groceries and other products. But not every penny is worth the cost of earning it. TLC's reality show "Extreme Couponing" depicts an action that, for some, may become a dark obsession. Article source: Coupon clipping can help but it has a dark side.