Too Frugal for anyone?
To indulge my glass of juice most days, I take one tablespoon from the 12 oz cylinder and add it to 1-2 cups of water. (DH uses 2T). I then return the frozen juice can to the kitchen freezer. Have never liked 'straight' juices. Many friends now do the same.
Years ago, I bought several frozen juices that came in firm plastic that had zip tops and a solid flanged plastic lid. Do not recall that brand-but have been using those plastic lids on the cardboard type juices for years. The cardboard juices have a flat metal lid that does not grip the 12 oz container. I only buy 100%, no additive, juices, mainly pineapple, orange and grape.
When my socks heel holes are too large to mend, I remake the sock/socks. (I wear these in the house and barnyard-not 'to town!). I straight or zigzag stitch the heel area so the upper end (the part that points to the back of your leg) and lower end (the part that aims for the ball of your foot)tpgether. When putting these socks on, you will have the sewn part (former sock bottom) on the topside of your foot. The new sock is tubelike. Worked very well with some ancient wool socks recently.
Sometimes, these creep down my rubber farm boots-but do very well in my hiking boots.
Also, I am one of those who wears unmatched socks when I garden! And, I still wear 'hand-me-up' socks that our children left when flying the coop!
I believe Olejoyful spoke of juices earlier.