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Today's Poll: 07/23/2014

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What do you spend the most money on during Back to School shopping? Submitted By chelivia, FL
Not something I worry about
Backpacks
Technology
Shoes/Clothes/Uniforms
School Supplies
Other - let us know in the comments
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SunWukong54
on 07/23/14
I don't really do the whole "back to school shopping" thing. I just go out and buy things when it comes up. I'm in college and I take most of my notes on my laptop, so the only thing I usually have to worry about is getting a new backpack when one wears out.
JukeJointJunkie
on 07/23/14
I don't have any children to do back to school shopping, but sometimes I will get a few things to give my nephew, and niece to have a bonus start to their new year back in class. Especially these days, where most schools require a lot more for children to have, when coming back. When I was a kid, you got some pencils, pens, paper, a box of crayons, the ol' Trapper Keeper, and that was all we needed. ;)
emelton
on 07/23/14
Have no kids
yomamab
on 07/23/14
No kids by choice! The world is already overpopulated.
Cherissima
on 07/23/14
Probably not the forum for saying so, but I disagree. As a Christian, I can't help but think that when God said, "Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth," He meant it. We have plenty of wasted land and resources out there that can be used to grow food. The problem isn't overpopulation, it's in how we utilize what we're given to work with. We waste a lot of our resources on sheer foolishness. To blame it all on too many children is ridiculous. Up until the middle of the last century or so, children have always been considered a blessing. JMO...
momwith4brats
on 07/23/14
I don't shop back to school.
Earhart915
on 07/23/14
School fees! We pay a general fee, a parking fee, and a fee for each class he takes. And a band fee. Uniforms are a close second. Altogether to get him into high school here, including supplies, is it close to $1000.
jcpilz
on 07/23/14
I don't have kids at home, but when I did, it was clothes, shoes & school supplies.
Torbie
on 07/23/14
I don't have children, I but have to spend a pretty penny on textbooks.
Cherissima
on 07/23/14
Don't have kids, but it applies to me since I work as a tutor in a public school. It's a toss-up between supplies and clothes, etc. Usually my ward-robe needs refurbished by that time, but I need teaching supplies, too.
jojo412
on 07/23/14
JukeJointJunkie and 1 others liked this  
I don't have kids (not yet anyway), but I usually take advantage of these back to school sales to stock up on office supplies!
Ketmie89
on 07/23/14
JukeJointJunkie liked this  
Books, dude!
freebieluvr
on 07/23/14
my kid is no longer in school :D
Poipu
on 07/23/14
djdeitrich liked this  
don't have school kids.
djdeitrich
on 07/23/14
same here
szenderb
on 07/23/14
dresses and shoes
lovingmykids
on 07/23/14
Tuition! Kids go to small private Christian School.
sabrinam1956
on 07/23/14
No kids at home, but when I did, it was clothes and shoes for sure!
Rusty99
on 07/23/14
No kids and I am done with school.
tamlia
on 07/23/14
uniforms and shoes for sure!
jessicachico
on 07/23/14
shoes and clothes plus school supplies end up costing a fortune
bigfoot77
on 07/23/14
expensive time of year! Especially if you are a teacher AND a parent!
Maryant
on 07/23/14
Everything is new when back to school
amandalokelani
on 07/23/14
My son isn't old enough yet!
kathyl43
on 07/23/14
Rusty99 liked this  
I have no kids in school.
amitdextreme
on 07/23/14
In a cyber cafe!
homeschoolmom67
on 07/23/14
Textbooks. Thanks for the AGCs, Swagbucks! Now if I could only use it to pay for tuition (I know, I could used Paypal)....
terrisliger
on 07/23/14
no kiddoes
horseshoe
on 07/23/14
Out of school.
lalababy14
on 07/23/14
amitdextreme liked this  
I worry about makeup the most
cgw522
on 07/23/14
No BTS for me anymore....last child graduated last year. Thanks for the SB
swagboy222222
on 07/23/14
it was kind of hard
craftingkathy
on 07/23/14
Do not have to worry. I'm out of school and so are my kids!
Topken
on 07/23/14
Rusty99 and 1 others liked this  
Personally I am out of school and have no kids so I don't have to spend anything.
davnlei
on 07/23/14
mizzysunshine liked this  
As I am "back to school" shopping for myself and school is college, BOOKS are the most expensive thing I have to buy! Thank goodness for ebay and amazon.com!
KewaneeKid
on 07/23/14
Amazon was necessary for me. We even had professors tell us to get books there.
redfro2
on 07/23/14
I love back-to-school shopping, simply for the office supplies! And there are so many deals to be had. Look for coupons and deal and you can find most of this stuff free or cheap! :)
Goofyunc
on 07/23/14
I don't have kids of my own, but I'm a teacher and jump on the Back to School sales for supplies for my classroom and students.
KewaneeKid
on 07/23/14
We got a few new things for the start of school and used things from the previous year when possible. At Christmas, we usually got new supplies for gifts. My brother and I had the new stuff when few others did, and it felt great to be able to use our new supplies.
tbest2662
on 07/23/14
College Books suck...
Bobbietwos
on 07/23/14
I shop for whatever the grandkids need - that they have not received yet..
Severitus
on 07/23/14
Topken and 1 others liked this  
Thankfully, I don't have to worry about that anymore. Although, if I need office supplies around the house, this is the best time to buy them! :p
abarnum77
on 07/23/14
Topken liked this  
Not in school anymore, Why is this not one of the options???
andynekosama
on 07/23/14
more anxity when school starts
ScarlettsMom09
on 07/23/14
This is out first year...my baby starts kindergarten!
peachykeen26
on 07/23/14
No children in school. Been there. Done that. Have the TShirt.
LoriL61
on 07/23/14
My kids are all grown so no more school shopping for them. I do help out with back to school things for my grand kids though, usually I buy a few clothing items for them and I catch the great deals on school supplies, like crayons, paper, markers, glue sticks, etc! I keep those at my house so they'll have it all for crafts and stuff when they come over. They love it!
Butterblue
on 07/23/14
No kids in school.
mookie2012
on 07/23/14
Textbooks for college
slidermomma
on 07/23/14
No kids in school!
GoofyOne1
on 07/23/14
Topken and 1 others liked this  
No children. No school supplies to worry about.
boriargentine03
on 07/23/14
the uniforms are expensive.
jioalex03
on 07/23/14
clothes
Randini
on 07/23/14
No Children.

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