For example, if you insist on buying Advil instead of store brand ibuprofen. I mean, you’d be wasting your money in that example, but you do you

  • snoweA
    114 months ago
    • Kleenex
    • toilet paper
    • paper towels
    • potato chips
    • daisy sour cream
    • batteries
    • tampons
    • butter
    • olive oil
    • ziplocks
    • pumpkin puree
    • contact lenses

    This is a combined list from my wife and I.

      • snoweA
        84 months ago

        doesn’t really need to be brand specific… We just don’t go for the generic versions of any of these items. Like energizer or duracell, doesn’t matter, but cheap ones included with a remote absolutely not. same for tampons. the generic versions all use cardboard, not plastic, so they’re painful. toilet paper and paper towels, once again, the generic versions are all bad, none of the name brand ones are bad.

      • snoweA
        24 months ago

        I use ikea rechargeable batteries for my Xbox controller and Panasonic or Samsung 18650 batteries for my flashlights. Most stuff I use rechargeables for, but when you’re camping you often want backups that aren’t rechargeable.

          • snoweA
            23 months ago

            they’re alright… best thing is how cheap they are lol.