That probably describes cheapskates
, who likely balk at paying finance charges for carrying a balance.
(My early adulthood passed before electronic devices became a conspicuous form of consumption.) But I came by my present attitude towards expenditure honestly and can even boast of being a third-generation cheapskate
. My parents grew up during the Great Depression and learned to scrimp early in life.
Personal finance expert and self-proclaimed cheapskate
Jeff Yeager, who declares that "cheap is the new cool," will sign books and talk about his work at 6 p.m.
It's not so much that I dislike cheapskates
. I like cheapskates
As the handful of gags is spread too thin, only fests with a "Slackers & Cheapskates
" sidebar seem a likely offshore destination.
"It shows music really is the food of love and it's a free service, so it may prove popular with any cheapskates
So take note cheapskates
, you are strangling your country to save a few bob when it needs it most - and destroying the countryside as well.
Most single women preferred cheapskates
who splashed out less than pounds 35.
At an event every Wednesday known as Cheapskates
, doubles of spirits are on offer for just pounds 1.28 and bottles of booze from 99p.
heading north for Thanksgiving may wait to fill up in Salem, which had the lowest average price of the Oregon metro areas surveyed by AAA - $1.99.
David Gold and David Sullivan are cheapskates
and want Steve Bruce to turn a sow's ear into a silk purse.
Easy to get in and out and more intimate and much closer to the Daily Post's office p Cheapskates
who give you one ring on your mobile so you ring them back and pay for the call.