A scrubber made from a mesh onion bag
A squirt bottle of homemade window cleaner
A new soap bar with a soap sliver adhered
A bundle of old socks in the workshop to be used as grease rags.
A pair of pantyhose minus a bad leg.
A jug of vegetable broth in the refrigerator.
A 20 qrt box of powdered milk (used for only cooking is acceptable)
A roll of paper towels cut in half (or none at all, just fabric ones)
Any overturned bottle in the process of draining the last bit out.
A pencil less than three inches long
A marked-down crushed box of cold ceral
Any item repaired with a twist-tie, paperclip or hanger.
A shower curtain repaired with duck tape (or anything else for that matter)
A impressive stash of one of the following items:egg cartons, styrofoam meat trays, toilet paper tubes, or frozen juice lids.
A screwdriver with a tip that has been reground several times.
A started shopping list on the back of a utility bill envelope.
A stockpile of 44 cents per can tuna.
A started container of "refrigerator stew" in the freezer.
An indoor clothesline or a wooden dryer rack.
In their freezer all you see are Orange mark down stickers
Chunks of banana's in a ziplock bag in the freezer
A storage system just for samples or freebies in the closset
Coupon organizer is bigger than your wallet
Any individual scoring 9 or higher is likely to be a genuine tightwad and can be trusted. I scored a 9 by the way. lol