Your Questions About Tune-up Coupons

Sharon asks…

What’s the point to having the keys to a woman’s heart when you can’t even find the ignition?

answers:

If you cant find the ignition, that means you haven’t the right key or what you have is not a key but a switch.

A woman doesn’t like her engines started by a man. In this day and age that makes her feel useless. Start by giving her coupon’s for free tune ups, and then don’t talk about engines at all.

Good luck!

Daniel asks…

How can a 13 year old make money fast?

mu parents wont give me my allowance for chores and i need gthe money. Can someone please tell me an efficient way to make money!!!?????

answers:

Some of these might not be fitting and some of them might seem silly. I didn’t make them up, I got them from a book, but I typed them all:
When the neighbors are out of town, water their plants, feed their pets, take in the mail, or water their grass.
Plant gardens or weed them.
Mow lawns or rake leaves.
Shovel snow.
Help a neighbor spread mulch.
Be a golf caddy.
Do pool maintenance.
Run errands for an elderly couple or a busy parent with a long commute.
Wrap gifts at Christmastime.
Pack boxes for people who are moving.
Clip coupons from the newspaper and organize them for your mom or the neighbor next door.
Paint mailboxes or fences.
Paint house numbers on curbs.
Set out garbage or organize someone’s recycling.
Run somebody’s garage sale (maybe your own.)
Clean pet cages or aquariums.
Muck stalls.
Clean basements or kitchens.
Clean cars or boats or patios.
Wash windows (not high ones.)
Pick up backyard dog doo.
Organize the neighbor’s garage or their closets.
Serve food at parties or arrive afterward and clean up.
Tutor younger kids in your favorite subject.
Teach an elderly person to use a computer.
Make web pages for people.
Design a newsletter or brochure for someone’s business.
Teach piano, tennis, sewing, or tap dancing.
Ref soccer games.
Be a director. Find some fun scripts (or write one yourself) and put on a play with the neighborhood kids.
Be a personal trainer for little kids.
Paint faces with face paint at fairs and carnivals.
Paint other girl’s nails.
Take “best friend” pictures for kids at school.
Make movies for people’s special events.
Make scrapbooks for people who don’t have time to do it themselves.
Do bike tune-ups.
Tie balloon hats and animals at birthday parties.
Babysit.
Be a counselor at a day camp or a mother’s helper.
Keep an elderly neighbor company.
Be a kid wrangler, and help out at at toddler’s birthday party.
Or organize children’s parties yourself, from invites to thank-yous.
Run a story hour at your house. Tell parents they can drop off their kids and you’ll read them stories and serve snacks.
Do the same things with crafts or games.
Provide after-school entertainment for somebody’s cats.
Walk dogs or groom them.
Sell:
Hot drinks.
Cold drinks.
Paper-clip jewelry.
Bird feeders.
Yard signs (“Thanks for slowing down” is always popular)
Banners to welcome people home or celebrate birthdays.
Hand designed T-Shirts, key chains, or zipper pulls.
Pet treats,cat toys, or personalized pet food dishes.
High energy snacks made of nuts and chocolate morsels.
Sponge-print wrapping paper.
Sleeping bags for the little stuffed toys that all your friends are collecting this year.
What’s the biggest fad at your school? Think of things you can make that relate to it.
Flowers cut from a garden you plant and tend yourself.
Badges that promote school spirit.
Headbands, scrunchies, or scarves.
Oatmeal cookies or cupcakes.
Gingerbread houses at Christmas.
Christmas wreaths and ornaments.
Decorated tins full of chocolate kisses to match celebrating Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, or birthdays.

William asks…

i need to find how much insurance would cost for a dodge charger, tune-up, tires etc including coupons?

What site should i go to , to figure out this stuff?

answers:

If you currently have insurance, call them to get an estimate or shop around online for car insurance.

As far as a tune-up, tires, etc., if this is a new car, you won’t have to worry about that for a long time. A simple solution is to find out what size tires the car has and call a tire place or shop.

Your question is kinda confusing.

Susan asks…

how hard is it to learn how to sew?

how long dose it take to learn im talking like making pillows pj bottems and place mates and around how much dose the meteriale cost im sorry im not a good speller. is it hard?
my grandma is going to tech me so no im not going to take classes.

answers:

It’s very easy if your machine is cleaned and ready to go. Sewing on a machine that hasn’t had a yearly tune-up is an exercise in frustration.

It’s best if you can take a class at your local adult ed, sewing store or if you can find a granny or someone just to help you get the machine going.

You can spend as little as 99 cents a yard for fabirc, and as much as… Way more than that! I have some velvet that is $18.00 a yard but I am on the Jo-Ann fabircs mailing list so I get a coupon every couple of weeks for 45% off and I definitely use it!

Pillow forms, which is the filling and shape for the pillow, when you get them on sale, run about $4.00 per pillow.
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