Friday, June 30, 2006

One lime = ten cents

  One lemon = twenty cents.  Lemon from bagged lemons =  twenty eight cents.  But the best buy was one lime = ten cents.

  It was juicy and tart. I squeezed the juice into some ice water, not to make limade, but just to add a bit of taste to the tap water.  Then I turned the rind inside out and ate the lime. 

   Tell me, what can YOU buy for a dime?

4 comments:

elleme2 said...

You ATE the lime?  Makes my mouth pucker just to think of it.  A bit of juice in the water is good, though.  I often do it with lemon.

Bargains?  A jar of my favorite pickle relish is on sale for $1.  I have a coupon for 50 cents off, which the store will double.  How much can you buy for $0.00?

msecz said...

I can't think of a thing.... but I will be thinking about that now and looking around. I probably can't even buy a lime for that .... Sandra

garnett109 said...

just like the penny it is worthless!

jmorancoyle said...

    How about ten pennies?
Jude
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