26 June 2008

Aldi Favorite of the Week (volume 2)

So this week I want to tell you all about a product I bought even though I convinced myself that I would be disappointed in it. Usually when I buy generic soaps of any kind I am left with dry hands. I hate dry hands. Or the soap just doesn't seem to rinse off - leaves a film... so I picked this soap off the shelf and thought "Okay Aldi - bring it. You are all that with the food stuffs, but you and I both know generic soaps are just no good. I am Missouri - Show Me."


That'll teach me... this soap is seriously good stuff. It is foamy so you don't need a lot. It smells good, it rinses off nicely and best of all my hands feel soft when I am finished! What, I ask you, could be better than that?? How about a price of $1.69. Puhleeze!

Have you gone to Aldi yet?? If so - tell me what you got and how you are liking it! If not - well - why the heck not?!?!?! BTW - I spent $70 there again this week and got an embarrassing amount of food! 39 items including yogurt covered raisins at $1.49 and some things comparable to hot pockets for $1.79. Oh yeah - and cat litter - the scoopable kind for $3.49 (I would be lying if I said I wasn't really nervous about that but figured it to be worth a shot - will get back to you on that one!)


Marvin the Martian said...

Aldi needs to be paying you for advertising. Seriously. ;-) I'm glad you found a store you like!

Frog said...

You took the words right out of my mouth... (no I'm not singing a Meatloaf song!)

Anonymous said...

Based on your glowing endorsement, I think I might give the store around the corner a try.
I've always been hesitant to shop there, although my parents SWORE by their low prices/high quality items.
BTW: I love your blog!
P.S. So you're originally from Missouri? How'd you wind up in Jersey?

DaisyBug said...

Sometimes painful to admit when the parents are right - eh Kate? LOL... I am not from Missouri - although my mother was born there. I was referring to Missouri being the "show me" state - Is it still? I don't even know. Probably an outdated, obscure cultural reference - I am not sure. Thanks for stopping by!