Impulse Buying

We all know what it’s like to walk into a store and come out with more than we intended to buy. How many times have I walked into Target meaning to buy only toothpaste and walked out with three bags full? Too many times to remember!

Well, men have been known to do a little impulse buying as well. Ed is usually pretty good at sticking to his list, mainly because he is frugal. Every once in a while, however, he will bring something home that was not on his list. With help from the peanut gallery, I present:

Ed’s Impulse Buy

View video here.

What was your latest impulse buy?

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34 Replies to “Impulse Buying”

  1. {Melinda} So cute. I agree … there is something very wrong about buying sausage and clothing at the same place. Thus, the difference between men and women. If I"m going to impulse buy any food item, I guarantee you it would be chocolate!!

    Happy SITS Day!

  2. Cute video. I love that your daughters were in the background. My last impulse buy was at Sam's Club. I was craving fresh salsa and bought the largest container they had. I opened it up as soon as I got home only to find that it tasted horrible!! Always try out a product before buying the XL version of it! Happy Thanksgiving and SITS Day. πŸ™‚
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  3. You have been spying on my life! My husband did the same exact thing at Sam's Club last month. I just tossed the rest of the summer sausage, I knew he wasn't going to eat it all. Happy SITS Day!

  4. So cute – love the peanut gallery!

    For my hubby it's ice cream…if he (on the off chance) goes grocery shopping for me he always returns with a HUGE bucket of ice cream.

    Happy SITS day to you!!
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