Ok, I want to share a discovery of mine in regards to the value of paying a little more money sometimes.
So I love me some peanutbutter and jelly sandwiches. In college the majority of my meal were in sandwich form (turkey and pbj). Even now I eat several a week for lunch or even breakfast (with a glass of milk it's a ballanced meal).
So I start with my sandwich this morning
But since the jelly is a little runny . . .
I am forced to make a jelly holding area . . .
by putting peanutbutter around the edges of the bread and leaving a hole in the middle
In which I place the jelly
So, because I bought generic jelly
wihtout any fruit at all I have to take extreme measures to keep the jelly from dripping all over the place.
The moral of the story is: sometimes it's worth it to spend a little bit more money to get some jelly that actually has fruit in it and doesn't need it's own little "peanutbutter fort" to keep from dripping all over the place.