Where does the good go

Not so random question

Are you a beggar if your lunch consisted of free samples from local Penn station vendors?

9 Responses to “Not so random question”

  1. jana Says:

    Only if you had to “beg” for the samples.

    If they were giving them out, willy-nilly and of their own free will, then that makes you a “frugal diner”.

  2. Karol Says:

    Yeah, you’re a recessionista or something.

  3. Jamie Says:

    Recessionista? Oh god, please tell me you invented that word, because it’s awesome.

  4. Karol Says:

    Though I am quite awesome, I didn’t invent that word. It’s used to describe fashionistas who can’t afford to shop in this economy so they, um, shop less.

  5. Javon Says:

    Sounds like me when I am low on cash … … I did that when I am at Manhattan Mall.

  6. Jordan Says:

    It depends. Did you have a choice as to which items to take? Because if you did, beggars can’t be choosers and you are therefore not a beggar.

  7. Dawn Summers Says:

    Hahahah I like the consensus that has developed. No, I did not ask for any of it and YES, I did choose! My officemate however, says I am “just one step above dumpster diver.”

  8. Gib Says:

    “One step above” = “not.”

    So, I don’t see the problem.

  9. Ugarles Says:

    Oh, does your officemate talk much?

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