I'M A SUCKER!
There, I admit it.
I bought something yesterday that I’ve wanted for awhile.
I’d been seeing it on TV for at least a few months.
But I never felt like getting up off the couch, getting my wallet, and calling in the order.
And so I let those moments to buy it pass.
But each time I saw it advertised on TV, I kept wanting it.
And then I quit seeing the commercial.
After a few weeks, I sort of forgot about it.
And then just yesterday . . .
I SAW IT!
And Beyond. Bath
It was right there by the cash register and . . .
My wallet was already out and . . .
My fingers were in the process of pulling my credit card out and . . .
There were only a few of these left on the shelf and so . . .
I just had to . . .
I’m such a sucker for “impulse” buying.
And by impulse buying I know you know what I mean.
It’s all those products strategically placed by cash registers that in your wildest dreams you never go into a store to buy.
But when these products are right there in front of your face . . .
You decide right then that you need it.
And then you buy it.
So yes, I admit it.
I was a sucker for this impulse purchase.
But it gets worse . . .
I didn't just buy this product because it was sitting by the cash register.
I bought it because it promised to make me . . .
That hurt my pride to admit that.
But it’s the truth.
If a product, cream, or gadget promises to make me look younger . . .
And is within my budget . . .
I will buy it.
So . . . drum roll please
The Neckline Slimmer.
Hopefully, I’ll use it everyday.
And within in a few weeks my neck and jawline will look fabulous and . . .
I'll look younger!
Rather than in a few weeks . . .
It will wind up collecting dust on the shelf next to my . . .
Suzanne Somer’s Facemaster and . . .
The Gavanic spa and . . .
The Strivectin neck cream and . . .
All the other products I’ve bought to make me look younger . . .
It only cost ten bucks.
I’ll just think of it as my Christmas present to me.
P.S. I’ll keep you posted.