Sunday, July 31, 2011

Couponing...for males?

Getting rich is simple; you can make a boatload of money, or you can be smart with the money you have. The latter will be the subject of today's article inspired by the website I found, One of the best ways to save money is to take advantage of the various weekly sales at such stores like CVS, Wal Greens, and Rite Aid. However, few shoppers know about another such deal that allows you to stack these sales with manufacturer's coupon.

 To test this new art, I tried my hand at getting a $10 Gillette Fusion Proglide for a mere 99 cents. To do this I needed two things; A Wal Greens, and the manufacturer's coupon.

1. The first step of this art form is to either have, or acquire a Sunday newspaper, as these have deals specific to your region. Inside the newspaper will be a small pamphlet containing manufacturer's coupons that usually last a month. It's important to save these pamphlets as often the item you may want will not come on sale till a later time.

2. Check sites like (Cater towards products to men),, and  as these will sometimes have manufacturer's  coupon

3. The last step was acquiring the razor at my local Wal Greens where I used my manufacturer's coupon, and combined it with their $5 back in register rewards, to pay the pricely sum of $1.

Couponing for some is a tedious art form, but there's only two ways to become rich, and this is much easier!

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Status update

herro everybody, long time no see!

Been pretty bored, forgot all about this thing.
Anyways, this summer has been pretty epic. On June 24th I got jaw surgery to correct my class 3 underbite.  Currently I am still recovering from jaw surgery, still pretty sore, still swollen a bit.

Being a miscer, everybody loves bite before surgery

My bite after surgery..still a bit swollen!

Reasons for surgery:
I'm not going to lie, it was mostly because I wasn't happy with my smile. The other miniscule reason was that an orthodontist explained how jaw requires support from both the upper and lower jaw. Since my jaws did not line up properly I would risk possibly losing all of my upper teeth.

The business aspects of the surgery is the surgery costs a total of 30k, with 25k being paid for by the insurance. The remaining 5k was for braces.