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1. Eat dog food
Related: 36 things you can share to save money 1. Eat dog food. We've seen several exhortations in the frugalsphere to "eat dog food." We're not really sure if anyone takes this gross tip seriously (apparently, dry dog food is tastier than wet, if you want to give it a shot). Plus, if you look at how much high-end dog food costs, making the switch might not save you all that much. Related: Save with price code secrets for 16 retailers
By Louis DeNicola,
Cheapism.com Related: Why Walmart? The store consumers hate to love Related: Save with price code secrets for 16 retailers
We've created and curated dozens of lists that share tips and tricks for saving money. But this post takes a different tack: Things you probably shouldn't do to save money. These behaviors hover right over the line of being just too weird or downright gross.
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