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Where are the best places to buy food online in the USA? Talking about things like rice and beans. I'm a college kid with only a bike, so my store runs are limited to what I can fit in my backpack. I figured I could try and order stuff online to save on money and time.
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>>11893355
an uber would be cheaper than the shipping costs even if its "free shipping"
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College kids literally get dumber everyday
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>>11893367
Plus, you'd only have to buy it once. If you get shit from the interwebz delivered, your nigger neighbors are going to steal it before you get home from Pre-Algebra.
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>>11893372
Some of the dumbest people I've ever met have last names that end in Ph.D. All that education, and they don't have any idea about anything practical.



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