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Don't they all start as generics until they brand em?

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I get it! Lol

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depends on what I am buying

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Thanks JoeDakota, its very exciting for me.

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Yes, I do prefer brand names most of the time.<br />
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Especially: cigarettes, hygiene products and food.<br />
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Generic soda is so much cheaper by even like 3 or 4 dollars sometimes, though!

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Popular generics <br />
That way it's a win-win: It's cheap and reliable :D

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a bit of both really... I refuse to buy expensive when the quality is around the same in a cheaper one...

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Both but more generics (Cheaappeerrrrr)

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Medications generic, clothing ba<x>sed on quality and likes, not sure if there are generic clothing there are designer and store brands. Not really called generic.

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Generics are cheaper.

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Depends. I try to buy generics to save money.

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Yes.

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Generics for my medicine.

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Chinese and polish gangs have started creating fake drugs but they imitate the brand names so its actually safer to use generic medicines.

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Doesn't matter..i need i buy..

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Like what someone else said, only when it is not an issue would I buy generics. For something like food or ingredients, I would buy brand names but with stuff like clothing, as long as its warm or whatever when I need it and it doesnt look ''bad'', Ill take it.

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Usually brands.

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Brand named cat food and generic kitty litter!!!

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'Generic' merchandise has branding!

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brand if available reasonably, generic if quality is same. I have found some generics that are better than brasnd names.

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Mostly generics

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i just buy what has less preserves and cook simple. preserves are really bad for your health. Especially when eating a mass of it.

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Most of the time, generics. They're cheaper, are just as good, and I really can't tell a difference between them and the brand names. The only things I won't buy generic (at least at WalMart) are: bread, potato chips, and things that are cheaper as a brand name. Buying generic pop is really smart at SuperDollar because a 2 liter of Dr. Pepper costs about 1.79 but a 3 liter of cola costs a dollar.

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