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Subject: Why leave price tags on?
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Many people seem to leave price stickers on ordinary things they buy; for example a broom or dust pan. I think this looks tacky but my husband, who doesn't remove them, thinks I'm crazy. Why don't people remove these stickers?
Posted:3/26/2006
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D Quinn , Dublin, NA, Ireland , 58 , Female , Christian , White/Caucasian , Straight , IT Professional , Over 4 Years of College , Middle class
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Subject: Price tags left on items
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Frankly, I don't care what my broom or dust pan looks like. If it's something I'm wearing, it's worth the effort- otherwise, who cares? Is someone keeping track of how much your dustpan cost?
Posted:5/18/2008
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Amy M, Philadelphia, PA, United States , 42 , Female , Christian , White/Caucasian , student , Over 4 Years of College , Middle class
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Subject: Leaving price tags on
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It's just not that high on a priority list. If it's not meant to look nice, I'm not going to put that extra effort into making it look nice.

Posted:2/2/2008
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Craig McLennan, Duncan, NA, Canada , 21 , Male , Atheist , White/Caucasian , Bisexual , Student/sales associate , High School Diploma , Middle class
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