15 Hottest Girls You Only Know From Commercials | TheRichest
15 Hottest Girls You Only Know From Commercials. We all hate commercials. They are horrible. I mean, there you are, chilling on the couch and watching your favorite show, when all of a sudden a commercial comes on and ruins the whole scene.
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15 Terrible Birthday Gifts: Never Give These to Anyone
Coupons certainly save us all money. I'm not knocking on keeping more money in my pocket. Does that mean it's cool to give a book of $3 off coupons to KFC on my big day? The answer is no. What's equally jacked up is that there is usually an expiration date so you have to hurry up and get some chicken before the deal is over. Do everyone a favor
Rich Celebs Who Live More Modestly Than WE Do | TheRichest
Bell said, "I use a lot of coupons. The best coupon you can get, possibly in the world, is the Bed, Bath, & Beyond coupon." Bed, Bath & Beyond is a large national chain with a variety of home goods, including bedding, kitchenware, and decor. Bell apparently gets so excited about their 20% off coupons that she can't get enough of them.
The Top 10 Money Making Shows of TLC | TheRichest
The show is actually a spin-off of another TLC show entitled “Toddlers & Tiaras.” It follows the life of the Thompson family, featuring Alana or more popularly known as Honey Boo Boo. Honey Boo Boo is a child beauty pageant contestant from Georgia.
5 Infamous Criminals From Rich Families | TheRichest
Growing up fairly well-off, he eventually also married into money. His first business, Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC was established in large part thanks to a generous loan given him by his father-in-law, to the tune of about $50,000.
12 Of The Highest Earning Songs Of All Time | TheRichest
Artists have actually been able to retire early and live lavish lifestyles off of the royalties from their few popular songs. The music business is like any other business; you produce a product and hope that there is a high demand for it. Songwriters are entitled to a portion or percentage of each product that they create.
The 10 Most Notorious White-Collar Criminals | TheRichest
In the 1920s Charles Ponzi procured a large number of investments to buy discounted postage coupons, and then went ahead and amassed larger investments from even more investors. Instead of the initial investor's money being paid back on returns from the sale of the postage coupons, it was instead paid back by money from the second wave of