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Hot Air and Cold Air Balloon Rides.
Cutting corners can cost money.
'For cryin' out loud, would it bankrupt us to buy a new remote?!'
Tags:munchie, munchies, cocktail party, cocktail parties, party, parties, party food, nibble, nibbles, budget, on a budget, budget option, budget options, saving money, starter, starters, eating out, dining out, modern life, modern times, modern attitudes, high cuisine, cheat, cheats, junk food, cheap food, snack, snacks, snacking, cheap, inexpensive
Man in a bookstore looking at a bin of unwound cassette tapes with a sign reading "Damaged books on tape 25¢".
Tags:book, books, novel, novels, bookstore, bookstores, bookshop, bookshops, bookseller, booksellers, retail, damage, damaged, damages, tape, tapes, audio tape, audio tapes, cassette tape, cassette tapes, audiobook, audiobooks, tape, tapes, books on tape, shopping, technology, rewind, rewinding, sale, sales, cheap, deal, deals, 90s, the nineties, 80s, the eighties, modern life
"And what is your preference in wine-single or double figures?"
Tags:restaurant, restaurants, dining out, eating out, meal, meals, dining, waiter, waiters, server, servers, service, customer service, order, orders, ordering, menu, menus, drink, drinks, drinking, drinking alcohol, alcohol, alcoholic, wine, wine taster, wine tasters, sommelier, sommeliers, wine steward, wine stewards, wine waiter, wine waiters, choosing wine, price, prices, expensive, cheap, preference, choice, choices, choosing, deciding, decision, decisions, money, single, double, figures, numbers
"You can still go over the river and through the woods, but it's cheaper to fly."
Tags:over the river and through the wood, lydia maria child, composer, composers, poet, poets, poem, poems, writer, writers, author, authors, lyrics, lyric, vacation, vacations, song, songs, holiday, holidays, travel, traveling, traveler, travelers, travelling, traveller, travellers, family, families, family vacation, family vacations, family holiday, family holidays, money, cheap, cheaper, fly, flying, travel company, travel companies, travel agent, travel agents, travel agency, travel agencies, travel bureau, travel bureaus, thanksgiving, grandmothers, grandma, grandmas, christmas
"Did you hear, dear? They finally put an end to welfare as we know it."
Tags:wealth, wealthy, rich, rich people, rich person, rich men, rich man, wealthy man, wealthy men, wealthy people, wealthy person, welfare, food stamps, financial assistance, republican, republicans, husband, husbands, wife, wives, relationship, relationships, pretentious, snob, snobs, stingy, cheap, cheapskate, selfish
"We have a new financial model where you don't get paid anything."
Tags:business, businessman, businessmen, boss, bosses, executive, executives, exec, execs, manager, managers, management, office, offices, office life, employee, employees, worker, workers, money, salary, salaries, wage, wages, finances, financial model, financial models, cutbacks, pay-cut, pay-cuts, economy, reduction, lowering, saving money, cheap, cheapskate, cheapskates, cutting costs, competitive, modern life
"You're embarassed that you complained about my fee. Now we're making progress."
Tags:cheap, cheapskate, cheapskates, frugal, stingy, therapist, therapists, therapy, mental health, anxiety, anxieties, stress, stressed, psychology, psychologist, psychologists, psychiatry, psychiatry, psychiatrist, psychiatrists, counselor, counselors, counsellor, counsellors, counselling, counseling, embarrassed, embarrassing, tightwad, tightwads
'You the guy who asked for the least expensive generic alternative?'
" 'Best if used before 1/1/2000.' "
"At your opening, I see that you had two glasses of wine, eight pieces of cheddar, eight crackers, and seventeen grapes. That, of course, will have to come off the top of your end."
Tags:art, artwork, artworks, artist, artists, painting, paintings, painter, painters, art gallery, art galleries, gallery, galleries, gallery opening, opening, openings, business, money, finances, nickel and dime, nickel-and-dime, petty, cheap, accountant, accountants, accounting, business expenses, food, drink, drinks, cost, costs, gallery owner, gallery owners
"How much if I pedal?"
"Never mind, Harry. Just remember, the 'Saturday Review' loved it."
Tags:writer, writers, novel, novella, novels, novel writing, poem, poet, poetry, poets, poetic, literature, literary, word play, play on words, ironic, irony, author, authors, authored, book, books, book lover, writing, should be writing, you should be writing, manuscript, artistic, artist, artists, art, arts, culture, cultured, writer's block, bookworm, book worm, bookworms, book worms, novel, novels, library, librarians, librarian, literature, literary, lit, lit major, read, reading, avid reader, readers, reader, novel, novels, novelist, novelists, unpublished, unsuccessful, discount, discounted, cheap, critic, critics
Budget Sideshow Attractions
The grand opening of an unconvincing shop.
Bartlett's Expanded Quotations
Tags:quote, quotes, quotation, quotations, familiar quotations, bartlett, bartlett's, nag, nags, nagging, passive aggressive, passive aggression, passive aggressiveness, cheap, cheapskate, cheapskates, backhanded compliment, backhanded compliments, scold, scolds, scolding, frustrate, frustration, frustrations, family, families
"Expensive coffee is a cheap vacation."
Tags:treat yourself, treating yourself, coffee, coffees, coffee drinker, coffee drinkers, luxury, luxuries, husband, husbands, wife, wives, relationship, relationships, couple, couples, spouses, spouse, marriage, married, coffee lovers, coffee lover, frugal, cheap, holiday, holidays, vacation, vacations, getaway, getaways
Tags:recliner, recliners, budget, budgets, armchair, armchairs, arm-chair, arm-chairs, economize, economise, economizing, economising, economizes, economises, furniture, budget furniture, budget armchair, living room, living rooms, money problem, money problems, problem solving, upside down, comfort, comfortable, cheap, cheapskate, cheapskates, penny-pincher, penny-pinchers, penny pincher, penny pinchers, miser, misers, misery
"What this company needs is a big infusion of money...this of course is for my own personal use."
Tags:selfish, penny pinching, penny pincher, frugal, cash, money, saving money, spending money, investing, investment, invest, corporate, corporation, corporate america, cheapskate, cheap, scrooge, tight pockets, self-absorbed, self-serving, self-involved, self-centered, self-centred, kickback, kickbacks, embezzle, embezzles, embezzling, corporate kickback, corporate kickbacks, steal, steals, stealing, self-interest, self-interested
Channelling on the Cheap
Tags:cheap, ripoff, ripped off, medium, mediums, psychic, psychics, paranormal, channel, channelling, pseudo science, science, sciences, myth, myths, legend, legends, past life, past lives, talking to the dead, ghost, ghosts, scam, scam artist, scam artists, fortune teller, fortune tellers, seance, seances
'They agreed to tear this house down for a third of what we pay our regular demolition team.'
"Just how slightly imperfect are they?"
Tags:shop, shops, shopping, shopper, shoppers, store, stores, hosiery, hosiery store, sales assistant, shop assistant, retail assistant, shop keeper, store keeper, sales assistants, shop assistants, retail assistants, shop keepers, store keepers, retail, vintage hosiery store, bargain, hunting for a bargain, looking for a bargain, bargain hunter, thrifty, 1940s high society, 1940s, vintage, vintage cartoon, imperfect, money off, cheap, cheaper
'Well, what do you expect when you meet a guy in an alley and buy health insurance called Vito's HMO?!'
Tags:health insurance, insure, insured, insures, insurer, insurers, insuring, medical insurance, dodgy, hmo, doctor, doctors, bed, beds, hospital, hospitals, risk, risky, cheap, cheaper, budget, budgets, budgeting, bargain, bargains, bargaining, bargained, sale, sales, sell, selling, sells, close to home