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From the bathroom in his Huntington Vermont home in this enough to get -- least another week out of that city gas station getting the last few drops out Roy Haynes is proud.
After decades of being Virgo be considered the cheapest man in America.
Kind of made a career I've been met.
In between jobs for over twenty years.
That's not to say his wife Lisa has completely bought into her husband's thrifty ways I'm embarrassed by royal -- there -- the president's straight.
From the dumpster that's pretty growth when you figure it out and the romantic dinner at a restaurant which ended with Roy asking for the leftovers from another table.
My friends with them I think I'm very bizarre.
If we had a lot lot of money since I was eccentric but they think of just thought.
62 year old says while growing up his family didn't have a lot of money but it was not until years later for his obsession for saving started.
And -- -- this way -- -- -- don't disposable razors with unmatched book actually separates -- toilet Paper.
To make two roles make sure it's the cheapest most inexpensive two -- wet.
Paper towels are Hong.
And reuse -- haven't purchased any catcher open but -- here and there are the condiment packets he picks up at fast food restaurants.
And actually to blend of my favorite -- that doesn't seem like a lot of work to say it was a catch -- Two dollars two dollars is it who knows it all adds up that's my whole point.
Even a trip to still -- and gas becomes a scavenger -- we looking.
Lottery tickets such as this one Roy says he can turn a discarded scratch off ticket into a winner.
That's because on the back you could enter to win other prizes.
And that's how he and Lisa ended up on a luxury trip to Hawaii someone else.
Through threw it away and save my vacation.
Roy says he would do almost anything to save money.
And while he admits he does like the finer things they need to commons -- don't.
Stake -- -- -- seven nights and read the thing.
Every single officer someone else has taken this out for dinner sure.
But even the cheapest man is willing to bargain.
Lisa really wanted Internet for her pet rescue organization.
After six months Roy relented.
It's challenging that right you know he's a great guy he's got a good heart and he's not going to be spending money on other women's side got -- there.
Roy says he sells bargains he finds to help pay the bills while -- say they don't have jobs or a big savings account.
Roy says they don't their house and don't have any debt is stressful the fact that they obviously living from ketchup packet to ketchup packet looking for every single way to save me.
-- not just the opposite the people -- work 5060 you know -- a week since the cubicle and have a job they might get laid off from.
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