You Might Be Too Much of a Cheapskate If …

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You reuse facial tissues. You’ve installed more shelves to handle the hundreds of rolls of toilet paper you bought on sale. You risk getting into a car accident because you don’t want to waste windshield wiper fluid needed for a clear view of the road.

Using these and other examples submitted by readers, the Star Tribune’s John Ewoldt ponders the question “When is cheap just too cheap?”

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