My wife frequently shops thrift stores, sometimes even buys things we need:-/
Oh, not fair, she's very frugal and buys in quantity when things are on sale.
However, remember VCRs? She records her soaps on a VCR for later watching.
Well, not many VCRs for sale anymore, so she stocked up when she saw them at
the thrift store, usually $5 or $10 each.
Six months ago I bought her a neat little tuner that records her
soaps on a thumbdrive. She was slow to adopt the new technology, but now uses
it daily and has better command of how to use it than I do.
Recently she decided she can lighten up on the the VCRs she bought at the thrift store.
She ask me to go through some boxes and pick out the best two VCRs and she
would sell the rest in a yard sale.
She had stocked up with 11 (eleven) VCRs.
This doesn't include the three we already have in use.
Do you think she has a problem? :-)
That's rhetorical, I know there are many things I have too many
of, in her opinion, but not mine. :-)