The Original Super Glue 3 Bottles

The Original Super Glue 3 Bottles

Eww…I hate doing this, but since it’s still allowed…

This is an insane price for these - they’re available in 2-3 packs at Dollar Tree for a buck:

This shows “bulk,” but rest assured, they’re on the shelf in 3-packs at my local.

Love you, WOOT, but this one’s no bueno.

Right but you have to buy a 24-pack case if you want it delivered.

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Well, as I mentioned above, they’re available all day every day at my local, for a buck.

They don’t include that option on the site, because nobody is going to order a $1 item, with $5+ shipping.

It would cost me far too much in gasoline to drive to a local store and risk getting (catching) something else that I don’t want! Woot! to the rescue!

$1 at Dollar Tree everyday price. Come on Woot, you got these from DT and reselling it?

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Man, that Dollar Tree must be pretty far, to use $5+ is gas getting there and back.

You should factor in your time with the cost, not just gas.

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You’re right. The 10 minutes (that’s the drive time calculated for both ways), v. waiting a week+ for the shipment, IS a time boost.

Thanks for making my point!

It all depends on how far your DT is. The closest one to me is 20 miles each way. If I needed the glue right away I wouldn’t be driving to DT irregardless


And for the contrary and argumentative, they’re still available cheaper at any local Walmart.

I just went ahead and muted you, because your defense of the indefensible is frustrating and exhausting.


Thank you for your incorrect grammar lesson. In the event you would like to further educate yourself:

Per Webster’s:

Does irregardless mean the same thing as regardless ?

We define irregardless as “regardless.” Many people find irregardless to be a nonsensical word, as the ir - prefix usually functions to indicate negation; however, in this case it appears to function as an intensifier. Similar ir - words, while rare, do exist in English, including irremediless (“remediless”), irresistless (“resistless”) and irrelentlessly ("relentlessly).