|Two months ago I was spending over fifty bucks a pop putting petrol in the old mustang. Today, I spent roughly less than twenty-five dollars.
I went to the grocery store and paid almost five bucks for a gallon of milk.
I went to another grocery store and thought about paying 4.99 for a twelve pack of Diet Coke.
I wanted to go through a drive thru of my favorite restaurant but they don’t seem to have the .99 cent items that I like anymore.
My family member that recently enjoyed a ride in an ambulance down to Atlanta got the bill only to learn that he was charged an additional 25.00 for gas.
I mailed a package via someone other than the USPS and I was charged a fuel surcharge.
My sister bought her airline tickets to fly down for Christmas and was charged a fuel surcharge.
I got a new load of propane for the old gas tank and there was a fuel surcharge for delivery tacked onto it.
My friend got pulled over for speeding again and there was an added charge for fuel expenditures.
I ordered a pizza, and, you guessed it: A 2.50 delivery fee.
I don’t know about you, but with some basic figurin’ and computatin’ I was able to surmise that if gas only costs about two bucks a gallon now, instead of four, shouldn’t everything else cost half as much too?
But hey! How ‘bout them gas prices!