Having gone from supremely broke to doing fine I do know what it feels like to need to take napkins from Tim Horton's so there is some tissue for the bathroom at home!
That being said, anyone who makes a habit of it is cheap, not broke.
My father, for example, makes me facepalm regularly. I don't often speak to him but when I do I am reminded of the type of conspiracy theorist, cheap, teen-age-esque person he is. Growing up he taught my brother and I to eat more (as in two or more large dinner helpings) at other people's houses so he didn't have to give more food once we were home; he relies on Starbuck's napkins as a solid supply of back-up toilet paper, facial tissue etc; he also insists on using the stir-sticks from the same coffee shop as kindling in his fireplace and wood stove.
And for the life of me I can't figure out how buying a Starbuck's coffee every day is in any way condusive to saving money.
Odd, also, how money can be better delegated to alcohol, cigarettes and "cigarettes". It really is just an entitled state of mind.
One thing is for certain- I don't regret leaving home!
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