I have done this so many times but much less the older I get. I have caved into desire to eat at an expensive place and then maybe the meal was not all that good or the service or experience and I would hate so bad for several days thinking what a waste of good money for of course your tip is also much bigger on an expensive meal. Maybe sometimes I'd buy something on a whim and get home and know I would probably never wear it. Have you done either of these? Photo by: Does this bikini make my butt look big by fnbman!
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Seems two to one so far! I thought I would find more like me but I can see your point! Guess I was just raised on waste not want not!
I can understand that. May all your days be blessed.
I use to be worse to buy things that I would love to see myself in when in reality I was just not brave enough to wear!
What a well-timed question! We ate lunch at a restaurant in Hot Springs yesterday, $40 + tip for simple pasta and salad for two, no dessert, and mine was awful. It tasted like it was double-salted. I should have sent it back.
I know what you mean; many times I wish I had sent mine back but to save my companions embarrassment I don't. Once though there was hair in my food & when I told the girl she looked like "so what?" didn't offer new & I just walked out that t
Yes we certainly do live and learn Rachel, and it is a terrible regret that helps us isn't it?
Now, THAT'S what I am talking about. You are WORTH IT, have a consciousness of abundance, not one of poverty, lack, & scarcity! I have treated myself to a $60.00 caviar dinner in 2003, NO REGRETS AT ALL!
I know many of us are worlds apart and should give thought to that before speaking. Material things are not what our conversation should be...especially today.
Certainly then! lol