Parenting // 03.26.14 // 3 Comments

Extreme Coupon Mom's Two-for-One Special Surprise!

This dumpster-diving extreme coupon mom has a huge, surprise deal in store for her husband!

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Jill C
150 days ago

J. Riley I am from Tennessee as well. In fact, the same hometown as Krista (I have known her since she was a baby). Almost all of us pronounce it the way she does and we don't do it because we are uneducated. I find it laughable that anyone would think it necessary to "correct" the way she pronounces anything. There are MANY differences in pronunciation and "accents", from state to state, or did you not learn that in school? My advice to you, before you become an administrator, is to brush up on your people skills.

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J. Riley
150 days ago

I do not want to offend anyone but during the Couponing segment the two guests pronounced the "C" as "QU" - I am a teacher whom will be a school administrator in August and am wondering where these women learned their phonetic awareness. Seeing things like this confirms that the US educational system needs major improvement. Also wondered why during the first break no one corrected the guests pronunciation of the word. Again I do not want offend anyone but come on really........

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