So life’s not going too well. You’re unemployed, underemployed, going from paycheck to paycheck, ramen noodle to ramen noodle because you’re broke ASF. Well, desperate times call for desperate measures. The following are some serious money saving hacks that’ll get you back on your bare feet. Shoes will require you to get a real job though. Loser.
Q-tips are just expensive fluff. Find yourself a bobby pin and start picking away. They’re sturdy, reusable – just – don’t go deep.
Tissues / Socks
You know you’re gonna be doing laundry anyway, right? Why not get some extra use out of your socks before you throw them in the hamper, and wipe whatever is running?
Ever heard the saying, “Kill two birds with one stone?” Like, why use two different things when one can do both?
When you’re really in a pinch, you’ve got to use your head. For example, the hair on your head works like a charm on your teeth when you run out of floss.
Soap is expensive, yo. When you run out, just start lying. Like, when you go to the bathroom and people ask, “Did you wash your hands?” Just say, “Yeah. Didn’t you hear the water running?”
Ever notice how there’s two sides to your underwear? That’s right, just turn them inside out and shout, “No laundry today!”
Pet Blackhead Remover
Have a cat? If so, you’ve got a money saver. Just let it lick your face. Their tongues are like Brillo pads. They’ll lick the dirt and blackheads right off. Stupid cat, smart human.
When you’re poor, you don’t keep receipts. I mean heck, you can’t even afford to do your taxes. So keep all those unwanted pieces of paper and use them for a towel.
Save On Water
So you got to clean the dog. But you also have to clean yourself. Hey, why not combine the two and take a bath with your dog? Imagine how much money you’ll save, and, how the two of you will bond.
Toilet Paper Saver
So you ran out of toilet paper. Hey, it happens to even the richest of us. So here’s some replacements: Tissue paper, paper towel, those useless receipts, and those socks that are about to go in the laundry that we told you not to use on your rear end but are now saying you can.