In the mail, an envelope from Good Housekeeping. Through the window in the top left corner we see that we have a credit adjustment of $33.91. Say what? We have nothing to do with Good Housekeeping (I mean the magazine because I think the house is kept in pretty good shape — well it's clean, even if not exactly up to big spread photos.) I considered that, Thesha gave Cuppa the O magazine for her birthday, so maybe she ordered and paid for another one, but they can't deliver for some reason and our sending us a nice little refund.
Open the envelope. Just offering us $33.91 off the supposedly regular price of $53.88 for the magazine.
So, they want us to subscribe to Good Housekeeping for $53-33 - $33.91 = $19.97. Well, why didn't they just say so?
Just how dumb does Good Housekeeping think people are?
Pretty dumb, I guess.
But even the young readers of chickaDEE wouldn't be taken in by that offer.
It's certainly an offer that Cuppa and I can refuse.