Biggest waste of 3 $?

vbimport

#1

random question, whats the biggest waste of 3 $ that the forum users can remember? me, personally, i bought a 3 dollar hot dog at a baseball game (i was hungry), turned around, and dropped it on the ground. i woulda been ok, cept the parents wouldnt let me eat it. gooodbyeeeee 3 dollars ! damnit


#2

A cd-rom called " Shareware Top 40 " only to find out i already had all those programs.

(This was in the time of BBS and before internet and www became as popular as it now is)


#3

mine would have to be 10x memorex cd-rw’s.
they’re actually coasters before you burn the damn things.


#4

can you buy stuff for $3?? were…tell me…lol


#5

:rolleyes:
wouldn,t get didley squat for that here in england…
Might get a 3 pack of out of date condoms with holes in…:smiley:

:eek:


#6

1 litre soda at Paramount Great America (California). 3$!!!


#7

Three bucks for a hot dog, what bullshit…


#8

A real dutchman does not waste money…
so I cant remember… or I will not remember. or I cant remember because I never have waste money.

one thing I can remember. That is that I went to McDonalds and bought something. That was waste because I could go home and make same stuff but for free…
that is it. Buy something by McDonalds. That is waste.


#9

Totibbs,

making stuff at home is not free, it is +/- $3


#10

A die hard dutchman would stand in front of the window of a restaurant … drool over the nice food on the several tables… and satisfies his thirst with that drool


#11

Buying something from McDonalds or Krystals…Nasty ass food.


#12

TACO BELL


#13

Originally posted by damiandimitri
[B]Totibbs,

making stuff at home is not free, it is +/- $3 [/B]

not totally true, because my dad pays that food. not me… so it is free for me…


#14

lol

yes you must be dutch…like me


#15

The worst three dollars i spent were spent on a laser pointer. Only when I got home did I realize that the batteries needed for the thing, were only available in Europe.


#16

I got some popcorn at the movies for $3. That’s a waste.