I'm a couponer from way back. I figured out the tricks long ago, before the TV shows, web sites and forums. It's great to save money and build a little stock pile for things you use regularly, that makes perfect sense. I just can't seem to wrap my head around the thinking of some of those people on "Extreme Coupon". I do get coupon circulars from neighbors, 4 or 5, not a 100 or so, I also stock up bath wash when I have a coupon and it's on sale maybe 10 at the very most, not 150 of them. I mean really does a family of three need 300 boxes of Hamburger Helper, it isn't really that good of a product to begin with. I think because some of these people are resourceful in getting the coupons, they are really wastefully in collecting products. I'm not talking about the people who donate their extras or those that get enormous savings in order to donate, and there are a few. I'm talking about those who literally have tons of things in their homes, that one family could never use in two lifetimes let alone one. Great you have 167,000 QTips, did you forget, humans only have two ears. Do you think buying massive amounts of products because of the savings with coupons is wastefully or practical?