When a woman is shopping for clothes, groceries, or any number of things that can invole coupons, and no matter what the prices or deals on the coupons are..she MUST use her coupons
I was at work today and this lady was such a coupon whore, she had 20 coupons and had to use them all!
by drrcr February 04, 2010
A woman, or even a man, who have nothing better to do than clip and collect coupons from SEVERAL copies of the same issue of the Sunday newspaper, the internet, magazines, and from other sources. This species of social menace will create and stall long lines of customers at the checkout counter, over petty disputes of even pettier, insignificant amounts of savings in their claims. They are a form of thief, in that they always try to get something for nothing, and almost always at someone else's expense. They rip coupons off of products on shelves and put them with the products they plan to "buy", and even switch sales signs from place to place, in an attempt to con the store out of charging him/her the full/true price of a product. They abuse and exploit store coupons and rewards and greedily horde every issue of a Sunday paper they can, leaving none for anyone else, and always solely for the coupons within. These subhuman weeds also ALWAYS visit their favorite store during times when the past week's sales ad overlaps the beginning of the new week's sales ad, in order to take advantage of both sales' deals. They also hold up lines with multiple transactions when in-store rewards programs allow for such exploitation. They usually carry a three ring binder or baseball card collector's binder full of coupons, complete with color-coded, labeled tabs, usually a few inches thick.
That coupon whore held up my line for over thirty minutes, fishing for her 75 cent off coupon in her three ring binder. After the addition of store and manufacturer coupons, the XBOX 360 console and the new Halo game only cost her sixty-five cents, which she paid for with a personal check. Oh, she also claimed that the other three transactions were for her cousins, mother, and neighbor and that's why she had four different store rewards membership cards... They were all on the same keychain...
by Wizard Toast September 19, 2010