I suppose you mean bags for shopping. They're cheapest where you do the shopping, and usually adequately sized. They're also cheaper on the environment because thry can be used over and over again. Some of the ones I use I bought half a decade ago!
by puddingicecream 4 years ago
Do/would you buy replica designer handbags that are significantly cheaper than the original one?
by Sondra Rochelle 5 years ago
I just started an RV Lifestyle blog on blogger and need to know these things:What is the best way to link between HP and the blogHow do I set up affiliate accounts for the blogHow do I use the "pages" on Blogger...am not sure what the deal is with them.Thanks for your help
by mviadam 7 years ago
Have you ever bought Sunglasses online?Have you ever bought Sunglasses on-line? If so, from where? And what is your buying process? (research in store, buy online, compare or impulse buy)?
by misternatcarter 6 years ago
I am curious to know who still buys CDs, and when was the last time you bought a CD.
by bankscottage 5 years ago
Do you shop at a thrift store?There are all kinds of reasons to shop at a thrift store. Some do because they are frugal, you can get something used at a good price that would otherwise be very expensive new. Some like the idea of recycling or supporting the cause of the non-profit...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
Why do most men hate shopping?
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