I have quite a collection of socks: dress socks, wool socks, fuzzy socks, tow socks, low-rise socks for flats, heavy duty
arctic expedition socks, etc. We live in a four season country so I am ready for any occasion! Now I usually get socks on sale or as gifts. However when I was a student I discovered an unlikely place to find good discount socks … the dollar store! I was in the Dollar Store one day getting some supplies on my student budget and came across socks. I needed some new ones at the time and so figured I would give them a try. Low and behold I still have some of those socks today, several years later, and they only cost me $1.00/pair!
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It’s amazing what you can find at the dollar store. You do have to be careful what you buy there because you can never be quite sure of its quality or what materials were used to manufacture it but as long as it doesn’t go in my mouth then I’m pretty much ok with it!
We bought a ton of baby face cloths there that were 4 for $1, which was WAY cheaper than in most other stores. They aren’t the best quality, but they definitely get the job done.