So we're going to the drive-in on Friday and I thought I'd stop by Target and buy a couple folding chairs for the comfort of all people involved. Lots of summer time fun involves folding chairs so I consider it an investment.
I get to the camping section, and I find a decent selection of chairs ranging in price from about $5 to about $20. I'm standing there, debating whether I should get the $5 one without the armrests or the slightly more expensive model with armrests.
But wait, that's weird... there are two prices for the same model.
One is $8.99 and the other one is $11.49.
The only difference? The cheaper one was Pepto pink and the more expensive one was navy blue. Does the vagification of the chair cause a depreciation in value? What gives, yo?
Since I am nothing if not cheap, I decided to get the model sans armrests. This model was available in both red and blue however there was no price difference between the colors.