Tuesday, April 19, 2011

One more Generic Tissue Paper

While we are on the subject of generic tissue papers, I have one more to review for you.

This one is a generic toilet paper that you can purchase exclusively at K-Mart.

The brand is Smart Sense, and to the best of my knowledge it is a generic K-Mart brand.

This paper is equivalent to Charmin and pretty close to Cottonelle. I would definitely suggest this brand, to anyone who is considering trying it.

Happy shopping and saving everyone!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

How to Perform a Magic Trick with Pennies

Ever think of being a performer for your child's birthday party instead of the host.

This is a great way to have a great time at the party, and to make your kids enjoy it even more. Especially when they are still young enough to think of their parents as 'heroes'.

Have one of the child's aunts, uncles, or a grandparent fill in as the host for you at the party, and be a clown, magician or perform some other type of act. For older kids, perhaps a dj.

Here is a magic trick to get you started How to Perform a Magic Trick with Pennies.

Generic Brand - Magic Tissue

Magic Tissue is a generic brand of tissue paper that a number of companies use. This tissue takes about twice as much than a name brand tissue such as Northern, Cottonelle or Charmin. It is a good idea to stay away from this brand.

A lot of companies purchase the brand in order to save money. If they would only consider the fact that the consumer is going to use twice as much if not more, they would realize they are throwing money out the window and being perceived as tightwads in the progress.

This tissue gives a very poor public appearance.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Generic Brand Review

If you are shopping for store brand products that do the trick of brand name products, try Great Value (the Wal-Mart store brand) paper towels.

These paper towels are better than a lot of name brand paper towels. They are comparable to Bounty. As a matter of fact, if you didn't know it, you would probably think they were Bounty.

Check them out, great towels for the price!