I just read a news article on saving money. One family saved ketchup packages from restaurants. Really? How much money can you save or how much ketchup do you eat daily? The largest size of ketchup I've seen is around $4 and if you are lucky enough to live near a Sam's Club, then you can buy 3 large bottles for $7. So if you eat one large bottle of ketchup per month at $4 per bottle, $.13 per serving over the course of a year you save $47.45. Is it really worth milking condiment size ketchup pacakges for your homemade french fries? I mean, how poor, cheap are you that you can't afford $4 a month for anything?
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