Where to Get Good Stuff Cheap 2012: our guide to living the good life for less
One problem with living here is how easy it is to part with a loonie. The temptations—exotic cocktails that cost as much as a gourmet locavore dinner, gourmet locavore dinners that cost as much as a designer dress, designer dresses that cost as much as a German sedan, etc.—multiply by the minute. Even our cheapskate mayor couldn’t resist upgrading his business cards with gold filigree. The safest way to avoid following in Greece’s footsteps is to swear an oath to cheapness: never buy full-price, always be on the lookout for a bargain, and haggle when appropriate. Here, our annual shortcut guide to the good life for less.
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2 thoughts on “Where to Get Good Stuff Cheap 2012: our guide to living the good life for less”
I love these annual lists, but looking at the map, I can’t help but see how West End biased it is. Seriously? Not cool. Come to the East End, we have cookies.
EastEndGirl: I concur.
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