Archive for the ‘shopping’ Category

Overspending is thrill then nil.

New stuff winks, smiles and flashes some skin.

To walk away from the sale is to be able to actually think again.

Price comparisons put you in the driver’s seat; one option stuffs you in the trunk.

Shopping is a privilege; not shopping is a luxury or a nightmare.

Just one more thing is the grand redundancy of consumerism.

To buy, or not to buy, that is the tension.

Just a bit more expensive than we expected and a bit lower than we thought is the same thing.

Three quarters of the pleasure in shopping is in the hunting.

The best deals come by shopping for someone else.

Invest in truth to understand the past; sell stuff to simplify the present; buy for others to beautify the future.

Time eventually puts everything on sale.