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la_di_da (#1,425)

No, but, seriously. This. Free paps plus a 66% decrease in BC price (not free cause I’m on a fancy ring thing) means… oh I don’t know, $300 a year for me? Think of all the drunk brunches!!

RachelG8489 (#1,297)

As someone on BC that does not exist in a generic, I’m going to save a whooping $520 a year after this goes into affect! That’s a $40 copay per NuvaRing, 13 rings per year because a year is 52 weeks, not 48.

I’m so excited to have that $500 a year for other things. I could buy fun jewelery! Fancy shoes! A nice coat!

@RachelG8489 that is incredible. That is awesome!!!!

RachelG8489 (#1,297)

@redheaded&crazy I KNOW RIGHT? It’s actually a crazy amount of money that I’m paying for the benefit of knowing I won’t get pregnant, keeping my periods regular, and reducing the absolute INSANITY that is my PMS. Unfortunately, my plan year starts July 1st, so I have to wait eleven more months :(

Lis (#1,820)

@RachelG8489 I just did the math… $280 saved on non-generic Depo Provera! (The generic doesn’t take care of my PMS as well, and apparently I need to not punch people in order to be considered a functioning member of adult society.)

Holy crap, that IS a cute chair! Good find.

Megano! (#124)

My sister used to have this chair and she loved it!
Also I didn’t even know about collar tips BUT I AM BEHIND ON MY LADYMAGS LOL I AM A SILLY GOOSE!

richuncle (#1,785)

Give your Rebublican Uncle a nice big kiss. He is likely the one really paying for your Obamacare shopping spree. Nothing is free….someone always pays.

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