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Re: What's the Big Deal with APRs?



50 dollar jeans? Who wore them? Paris Hilton?

 


 

Haha, I was trying to be generous with my example.

 

More like $5 pair of jeans at goodwill would be sufficient. But hey, still need people spending the $50 in the first place. Putting them in the closet not wearing them, then donating them later on for me to buy and 90% off. Plus give jobs to disabled people who would otherwise be unable to find work.

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Re: What's the Big Deal with APRs?


Shogun wrote:

Hello,   just think of it this way.  The hot topic on the forums tonight is YOUR JEANS!  

 

Anyway, all I have to say on this subject is that you do seem to know what you're doing.  You're not out racking up huge bills and not paying your cards off so I really don't see why this thread has gone anyway.  Wear those jeans with pride!  Strut it out a bit and enjoy them.  From my point of view, you've already gotten your $200 worth out of them.  Good luck!

 

Oh, and FYI, yes, this thread is being watched.  Smiley Happy   


 I am kinda surprised this thread is still active.

 

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