How Much Do You Pay By The Gallon? [Pic]

Submitted by: cheeseispunk 6 years ago in

If you did the math with your favorite liquid products, how much would they cost if you bought they by the gallon?
There are 177 comments:
Female 112
drat you UK I don`t give a poo about ya`ll...go drink your tea and your water!
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Female 1
nobody uses a gallon of 95% of this crap...so stupid
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Male 27
Cry me a friggin river America. $10.30 per gallon here in the UK
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Female 196
I went to Ireland and it cost about $120 to fill up the car. Maybe if you had a small car and you`d be driving stick of course the gap would get smaller but it made me come back and not bitch as much about paying almost $3.50/gallon.

It would be more interesting to compare these gallon prices to other countries.
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Female 38
Like everyone else said...we don`t need a gallon or 2 of bleach every day..stupid useless chart. it`s like comparing apples to oranges. or whatever.
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Female 39
$6 a gallon for organic milk is possible.

See, this is why I don`t buy most of this crap...and if I do, I go to Costco or the farmer`s market for better prices...
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Female 536
who the hell pays $6 for a gallon of milk?!
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Male 645
I almost didnt respond to this-

"incomes in the $600,000/yr and up range - the latter are not considered to be especially we"

if you are trying to say this is not considered especially wealthy you are brainless... I could live on $600k for about the rest of my life so drat off
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Female 122
I pay $3.50 for a half gallon of milk from a local creamery. It tastes way better than store-purchased milk.
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Female 1,743
6 dollars a gallon of milk?
I pay half that... o.O
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Male 204
The difference between gas and the pricier items on this infograph is the amount that is consumed it is not out of the ordinary to consume 20 gallons of gasoline in a week or two; it is VERY unlikely that anyone will ever use a gallon of nail polish in such a short period of time.
What is really outrageous about the price of gas is that it is based on fantasy. The price you pay at the pump is based upon what the importers expect they will be paying for crude oil next year. It has absolutely nothing to do with what the price of crude oil is presently.
It`s pointless to try and figure out the "average yearly income" of the American household. Our incomes vary so wildly that there is no solid middle ground. Some households have an annual income that is below the cost of living and they can`t survive without government assistance - as low as $20,000 per year. Some households have incomes in the $600,000/yr and up range - the latter are not considered to be especially we
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Female 168
Wait, $6 for a gallon of milk? What the hell? Even in Massachusetts, we don`t sell milk for that much. MAYBE in some places where half gallons are a tad expensive (my store is at $2.49 for all half gallons), buying two still doesn`t add up to $6. poo`s crazy.
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Female 2,064
Interesting infographic. But I`m not seeing the point trying to be made.
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Female 1,356
...free! :D
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Male 2,855
nail polish comes already in shot size, so much better than champagne
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Male 451
"United-States average yearly income (all households) is 117,000 US. "

"Um... no. The real number is closer to $50,000"
It is lower than that according to the information I have seen. Way lower.

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Male 678
Yeah, except we don`t go through those things as quickly as gasoline.
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Male 573
Don`t like the price of gas? Tough, this is what you get for living under a fossil fuel based economy. This might teach you not to laugh when people talk about renewable energy or hydrogen/electric powered cars. the days of the SUV are over.
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Male 2,402
@PotatoSalad
Didn`t you know that Americans believe in bitching under the 1st Amendment. We love to bitch. It`s in our genes.
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Male 69
I really wish Americans would stop moaning about petrol prices in General. Just done the calculations and here in the UK we are currently paying £1.30 per litre = £5.91 per gallon = $9.68 per gallon.
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Male 2,402
To those who keep getting sticker shock of $6.00/gallon on milk and can`t accept the number. The person who created the chart probably got it from Hawaii. We literally pay almost $7.00 for a gallon of milk on the Big Island except when a store runs a sale. Then maybe a little under $6.00 for a week run on such. We even have our own dairy cows in Naalehu and Kamuela.

You mainlanders are just lucky. Food for a family of four can run you about $800.00 to $1000.00 a month average easily.
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Male 218
Where the hell do they get their milk that it`s over $6?! It costs between $3 - $4 here.
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Male 91
you guys are lucky with the petrol (or gas, whatever), atm it costs me 6.24 (sterling) for a gallon of diesel, and petrol is around 6 pounds, duno current rate but i bet thats pretty hefty in dollars also!
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Male 23
but I don`t buy 14 gallons of shampoo twice a month.
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Male 50
I nearly choked, is $8(£5) really the cost of a pint of guiness? I can get away with paying £2.70 ($4.30) or less.

I guess they really hike up the cost due to the distance it travels.
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Male 1,547
missing the real punch line: printer toner $8000/gallon
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Male 880
"I might be wrong. I found my info on p.13 of this .pdf"

You are definitely wrong... I see where you got your number (the number of US households by the thousands, which is a count of total households in the US, not income).

On page 13 it says,
`In 2009, the per capita income for the overall population was $26,530`

and On Page 4,
`The real median household income in 2009 was $49,777, not statistically different from the 2008 median.`

But then again, this is the census, which has an awful participation percentage.
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Male 23
I might be wrong. I found my info on p.13 of this .pdf

www. census.gov/prod/2010pubs/p60-238.pdf
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Male 409
"United-States average yearly income (all households) is 117,000 US. "

Um... no. The real number is closer to $50,000
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Male 6,693
Guess I should really cut down on the Dom Perignon.
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Male 247
What has Sarah Palin got to do with it? EVERYBODY is complaining about the price of gas. The haters are revealed.

And I would venture a guess that nobody buys Karo corn syrup 20 gallons or more at a time. These people are stupid.
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Male 2,552
>ScubaFett
Or they could come to Sweden. Or Norway, even better.
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Male 451
Yeah, but you don`t burn through all that stuff at an average rate of 15-30mpg.
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Male 2,703
"milk $6/gallon"
where are you buying your milk. I think $3.50 is expensive where I am, I typically buy it for $2.19/gallon

"clorox bleach"
don`t buy the name brand, just make sure it has the same % sodium hypochloride; offbrand goes for $1.67/gallon, of course a year ago it was $.1.25/galllon

"8oz purell"
it gets cheaper if you buy the off brand (germ-x) and the larger bottle. 40oz bottle is typically $5, so ~$15/gallon
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Male 23
In Quebec right now we pay 4.92 CAD for a gallon. That`s 5.05 US. Canadian average yearly income is 38,785.76 CAD (39,807.05 US). United-States average yearly income (all households) is 117,000 US.

Percentage of average income paid for 100 gallons:

Canada: 1.2685%
United-States: 0.3384%

Stop whining.
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Male 15
I`ve never payed more than 1.90 for a gallon of milk O.o

Might be because I live in Idaho, where there are more cows than people.
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Female 2,761
And I agree with everyone else... a gallon of nail polish isn`t getting you to work everyday and it would last you a year...

now make the gallon of gas last as long and we`re talking
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Female 2,761
My milk is 2.75 for 1/2 gallon.
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Male 34
Yes, 2 buck Chuck wins. Soon we will all run our cars on Shaw power.
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Male 290
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Male 13
yea, where the hell is this guy shopping? i can get a gallon of coke (a bit under 2 2-liter bottles) for about $2 at my grocery store, and a gallon of milk for $1.99
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Male 409
Where the hell are they buy milk? I pay less than $4 a gallon. Granted, I buy the store brand, but $6 a gallon... really?
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Male 21
try living in england. its like over $10 a gallon here!!
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Female 2,509
the issue I have with info like this is that, sure, Robitussin is $128 per gallon and nail polish is a whopping $1024. But I don`t need to use it everyday to get to work to pay for that $32 latte. You can`t compare due to the quantities one uses.
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Male 25,416
sweet, no more nail polish
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Male 20
yeah but its like $6.04 for that gallon of milk will take you a week to use up....if gas were 6 bucks a gallon, it takes 9 gallons to fill my car up...that arguement doesnt really work
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Male 3,330
1) The fact that they say $6.04 for a gallon of milk shows this whole thing to be a lie. I pay no more than $3.50 for a gallon of milk, and I buy it by the half gallon, which would make it more expensive. 2) It`s not a matter of how much you pay for a gallon, but how long that lasts you. Yes, you may be a ton for a gallon of white out, but you won`t need a gallon of it in your whole life. Where as you may need a gallon of gas to go pick up the little bottle of white out.
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Male 2,862
Sooo, there`s a market for bleach powered cars. I`ll get right on that.
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Male 36
This whole list is based on small containers, you can buy some of these things in sizes around a gallon for much less
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Male 289
Wow, 6.04 for a gallon of milk?
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Male 2,402
@GCTuba

"Where is milk $6.04/gallon? It`s only $2.49 here in Ohio."

handys003:
In Hawaii. Get out and travel.
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Female 188
$6.04 for a gallon of milk?
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Male 3,076
@ledgehead
-.- work? it`s not for that kind of back and forth ;-)
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Male 6
And when have you been forced to buy 20 gallons of fingernail polish every week? I believe this is what we call `trolling,` except you suck at it
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Male 116
It`s not the price we whine(no g) about; It`s the sudden jump in price that we complain about!
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Male 633
So, I don`t need 40 gallons of hand sanitizer to get me back and forth to work each week. WTF!
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Male 363
@FaLa620

I work at a convenience store too, and yes milk is $4.59 so $6 per gallon of milk is a bit much unless they are averaging the sale of gallons, half gallons, pints and anything in between.
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Male 337
Wow, the creator of this chart doesn`t understand contextual arguments at all...
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Male 290
This chart means nothing without the comparative consumption (gallons per year per person for example).
In the majority of cases prices of things also depend on supply and demand.
People are right to complain for increases in the prices of basic goods, and things they use a lot of. Especially when most of what their money goes to, is tax and mark-ups.
Compare gas prices (per gallon) for example:
USA: $3.53
UK: $8.21
Greece: $8.62
Most of the price difference is tax for the case of the UK and Greece.
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Male 176
God, you Americans whinge a lot. Australians pay approx AU$1.55 a litre which equates to US$5.95 a gallon. Come over hear and you`ll REALLY have something to whinge about.
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Male 588
Yeah, but we dont need 60 gallons of milk for a week.
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Female 3,696
@emrsncptv

sippin sizzurp in my ride like 3 6
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Female 52
@dagremlin: someone who wants to get really high :)
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Male 2,220
The entry point for a decent malt scotch whisky is around the £25 - say $40 for 70Cl. So just over $200 a gallon.

The law of diminishing returns then cuts in..

HP 40 yo costs approx $5000 a gallon, but I bet it tastes a lot better than the printer ink...
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Male 3,631
Derp.
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Male 12,365
[quote]... But how much would printer ink cost per gallon?[/quote]

I`ve just been looking at that to get a rough idea. It`s not straightforward because the manufacturers rarely if ever state how much ink is in a cartridge. Presumably that`s because they don`t want people to work out the cost per unit.

I found a few claims that new cartridges at the manufacturer`s recommended retail price work out as between US$3000 and US$7000 per USA gallon.

You can pay up to £1000 a litre here in the UK, depending on which cartridges you buy. That`s £3785 per USA gallon, which is $6175 at the moment. So that upper limit of $7000 in the USA looks plausible.
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Male 1,815
Dagremlin, are you serious? It`s just saying that`s what it would amount to.
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Female 3,696
Err well, yes that`s true...But they forgot to factor in the amount required to preform and the frequency you use that item....Derp post?
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Male 161
By the way, the internets say a gallon of (black) printer ink would cost about $2,500 to $3,000. That`s between GHB and Mercury per gallon.
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Male 1
Where is milk $6.04/gallon? It`s only $2.49 here in Ohio.
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Male 19
retarded. who in their right mind buys a GALLON of nail polish or a GALLON of Robitussin?
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Female 533
Oooohhhh....Norsak poses a very interesting question....
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Male 80
I work at a convenience store and we have gallons of milk for $5. It`s gotta be way cheaper at grocery stores and Walmart. I wouldn`t know because I`m lactose intolerant, but I`m gonna have to call shenanigans on that $6.04 pricetage there.
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Male 256
Stupid.
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Male 21
it takes me a week+ to consume a gallon of $4 milk and 4 days to use 22 gallons of gas that cost me $75, this post is full of poo.
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Male 161
... But how much would printer ink cost per gallon?
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Male 45
You`ve gotta be kidding me. These things cannot be compared to gasoline. I use around 20 gallons or so of gasoline every 2 weeks to travel to school and work. I might consume a gallon of orange juice in the same time frame. Inversegrav is right.
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Male 11
we should run our cars on bleach... just a suggestion
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Male 975
Saw this on good the other day.

Stupid comparison considering we need gas to get by but we dont need any of the other stuff
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Male 768
$3 for milk and around the same for my OJ. But besides these two obvious mistakes, I only use a gallon of milk and OJ a week. How many people use 3 or 4 gallons of gas a day? Or more?
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Male 322
i`m with RyanHake.
where the hell is this guy getting milk from?
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Male 2,690
$6 gallon of milk? I get 2 gallons for 3 bucks..
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Female 1,798
so peapod.com is now a credible source....

bull.
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Male 2,988
"Totally irrelevant. I`m not putting orange juice nor milk in my gas tank because neither gets me to work."

This. I use gas day in and day out for transportation everywhere. Quantity wise I use up many more gallons of gas than anything on this list. Drinking max a liter of coke a day is the only thing that could almost compare. But I get it for free. And the price per gallon on coke is much different depending on how you buy it. Can from vending machine $1 or so, 2 liter at grocery store less than $1.50

fail info graphic is fail
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Male 2,121
Oh, and $6 a gallon for milk is a bit on the expensive side, but not crazy in the UK.

Damn, maybe I should move...
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Male 9
this is the dumbest post. do you need to buy 20 gallons of bleach a week?
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Male 11,739
[quote]but a gallon of gasoline will only last you about an hour[/quote]

What the hell do you drive that lets you get an hour out of a gallon of gas? I get about 15 minutes if I`m lucky.
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Male 2,121
Stop frakking complaining about $4 a gallon. We pay 3 times that in the UK.
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Male 121
Yeah....$6 milk is where I called bullpoo on this.
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Male 15,832
What the hell does Sarah Palin have to do with this?

This is really f***ing pathetic. FAIL!!!

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Male 602
Yeah because how much things cost in California is a good representation of how they cross across the US, much less the whole world.
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Male 770
good to see in the posts here that everyone notices that a gallon of nail polish will last you a few years but a gallon of gasoline will only last you about an hour.
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Female 9,572
"Tell me where milk costs $6/gal so I know not to move there. It`s only about 3.25 here."

A little more then $2 for skim milk where I`m at.
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Male 17,511
How much for a gallon of hogwash ?
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Male 2,422
Useless. I purchase by the hogshead.
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Male 976
"How much for a Gallon of Lube?"

Priceless.
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Female 299
Tell me where milk costs $6/gal so I know not to move there. It`s only about 3.25 here.
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Male 256
Totally irrelevant. I`m not putting orange juice nor milk in my gas tank because neither gets me to work.
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Male 541
It`s people like this who made this image, that cause the prices to rise. They think the gas price is alright, just because Palin doesn`t. But why pay $4 when it could be cheaper. Idiots
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Female 3,598
yeah but i`m not going through a couple gallons of shampoo or hand sanitizer every day...
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Male 29
Tritium is $30,000 per gram but none of us use it. The price itself has no actual value if we don`t know how fast we`re using the product. If someone charged you a penny for every breath you took, it would be worse than paying $1000 for a gallon of nail polish that`ll probably last you a life time if you`re a guy or half a life time if you`re a girl.
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Male 3,431
How much for a Gallon of Lube?
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Female 322
Milk is not that much money here. Jesus $6?
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Male 3,431
Where the hell does milk cost $6.00 per gallon!? Y`all are getting boned.
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Male 4,793
Who gives a poo? we NEED gasoline, we depend on it as a country right now. if nail polish prices went up 3x as high then i guarantee you people would just be all `meh.` and not wear nail polish.
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Male 721
oh and around %60 the cost in the UK is straight to the govenment, less than 5% goes to the retailer and that is also the money used to pay for the delivery.
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Male 12,138
vv Nageki, actually there`s a pretty good correlation bewtween the two. See the graph at the bottom of this image (too big to post here).

LINK.
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Male 110
@Angelmassb Not really relevant when the price of crude oil does not equate to the price for gasoline at all. In fact right now, when gas is almost $4 a gallon here in the US, crude oil is around $100 a barrel? (last time I checked) When gas went up this high last time (beginning of the Iraq occupation, it isn`t a war) crude was about $200 or more a barrel, still same price for gas. How does that matter to the issue then?
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Male 378
The largest privately owned dairy farm in the US is in Hawaii. The people there are used to getting fleeced on everything so they don`t complain.
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Male 1,054
The one missing element of all of this: the price of everything else on the list is impacted by the price of oil (gasoline and diesel). When the price of gas and diesel go up, so does the price of everything else on the list.

And while a temporary gas price increase tends to produce an increase in the price of other consumer goods, when the price of gas declines, the price of those other goods usually does not.
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Male 721
we pay $9.7 a gallon in the uk (£1.32 a litre).
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Male 15,510
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Male 928
I can tell you right now I am not dependent on anything in that list except gasoline which takes several gallons to go any distance. The majority of the items on the list are convenient but without gasoline you can`t do anything. Not only that but even those items you do need you can get with a competitive price but gasoline comes priced at the barrel as it comes out of the ground. If we do move to an alternative fuel type it must be multiple types or we will see the same exact thing happen again with the next fuel.
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Male 626
I bet people of Fiji sit there and laugh at us. We have plenty of cheep or free water, and I still buy theirs. xD
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Male 3,482
[quote]@Altaru

We pay over $6 a gallon for milk in Hawaii. I`m pretty sure they do in Alaska also.[/quote]
Ah, I guess that`s understandable. After all, you`re way out there compared to where milk is produced, so shipping and all that must be horrible.
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Female 3,001
Spocom


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Male 385
Yea other things are more expensive...but how fast do you go through a gallon of shampoo or a gallon of nail polish? I fill my tank once a week at the cost of 60+ bucks and I have a 23mpg average. So that`s the real problem.
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Female 166
Whoever wrote this is getting ripped off
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Male 2,402
@Altaru

We pay over $6 a gallon for milk in Hawaii. I`m pretty sure they do in Alaska also.
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Female 4,447
$6 for a gallon of milk where? And I`m pretty sure the gallon of orange juice in my fridge cost less than $5.
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Male 217
The only difference is that you need to buy 30 gallons of gas per week, as opposed to 1 gallon of milk per week or half a gallon of olive oil per month.
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Female 708
If people are so angry about gas prices they should start looking at real solutions to the problem: everyone says "let`s stop using gas for a week! boycott it and show `em all what`s what!" That`s a terrible idea. Boycotting gas will only raise the price to make up for the lack of sales. If you don`t want to pay for it, try having a green movement where everyone boycotts gas for LIFE. Better for the environment. If you want to keep using gas but want to lower the price, the only way to do that is to go get a degree in engineering or oil drilling or whatever from Afghanistan or Iran or wherever we really get our gas from so you don`t make stupid mistakes like BP. Also, hire a crew of workers from Afghanistan/Iran so you are absolutely sure you won`t have another gulf screw up. Drill American oil with your super expert crew of drillers and then the oil and gas prices will lower. Thank you.
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Male 7,830
doing the math, all of this is a lot more expensive on this list than where i live.
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Male 40
wow $6.04 for a gallon of milk its under $2 where i live
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Male 1,598
I don`t think the purpose of this chart is to denounce nail polish... But I will admit that Fiji water is ridiculous.
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Male 293
I`ll remember this the next time I buy a gallon of latte from Starbucks...
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Female 1,324
@mts2457

well actually... If you paint your nails often enough, it is very possible to go through a gallon of nail polish. It will take a very long time, but it can happen.
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Male 2,145
wrong, wrong, wrong....
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Male 2,436
What the hell does this have to do with Sarah Palin? I guess I would fall into the catagory of "and others"?? Everybody I know complains about the f*cking price of gas!!!
Troll fail.
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Male 3,482
A) Who the hell pays $6 for a gallon of milk?

B) The point isn`t how much something costs per gallon, it`s the cost per amount you use in a set amount of time.

You don`t drink a gallon or two of milk every day, and if you do... Enjoy those kidney stones...

You don`t go through a gallon jug of Clorox every day, and if you do your whites must be f*cking CLEAN. And your (former) reds, blues, blacks, etc... Either that or you are one HIGH son-of-a-b*tch.

You don`t drink a gallon of Red Bull every day. If you do... Well, I`m not sure how you`re reading this from the hospital bed after your ninth heart-attack, but okay... Keep trooping on, good sir.

However, many people DO use at least one gallon of gas every (usually week-) day getting back and forth to work, school, etc. Some people use even more, depending on their location.

Plus, shipping costs go up, so the price of everything else goes up too...
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Male 2,402
If your paying that $10.24/gallon for Fiji water. Your out of your freaking minds. My sister-in-law is a Fijian. I`ve been to Fiji many times. I can safely say Fiji water unless filtered is not very potable. Most come from the aquifer that is being slowly drained below the salinity table from the ocean. It`s all a bunch of hyperbole marketing.
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Male 302
I agree with Aellos. The speed at which I go through a lot of those things is a lot slower than gas.
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Male 73
This post is just silly. Our economy heavily relies on oil and gas to function so people are concerned if the price goes up, and rightly so. However we are not reliant on nail polish remover, so who cares if it costs $1,024 per gallon? This is just pointless information trying to make a point...
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Female 393
okay, time to fill our gas tanks with nail polish. how long does nail polish last? years. HOWEVER, we go through a full tank of gas in about a week, sometimes less. THATS what the fuss is about. having to spend $100+ just to fill up twice a week. thats 200 bucks.
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Male 190
This is a really dumb chart. Im pretty sure i dont need 15 gallons of shampoo every 2 weeks to drive back and forth to work.
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Male 117
i`ve seen these before, and i think everyone knows they`re meaningless. No one is going to say "Wow! Wine costs more per gallon! Therefore, i`m not getting riped off from gas, but from wine!!"

it`s just annoying
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Male 405
What about ink for your printer? More money is made from the ink then the dam printer.
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Female 33
The thing is- I go through a bottle of nail polish A LOT slower than the several gallons I need weekly. That`s the hard part. Most of these things you don`t use as often as gas, or in the same quantities at a certain time. DX
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Male 415
3.84 USD per gallon of coke? Isn`t a gallong like 4.5 liters? That`s insanely cheap.
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Female 3,562
Who the hell pays $6 for a gallon of milk? Around here milk is still cheaper than gas.
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Male 93
so let me make sure I understand. If one thing costs a lot of money, then that`s a reason that everything should? Not.
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Female 535
This is not the point. No one buys a gallon of nail polish, not even throughout their entire lifetime.
This is a piece of crap with no meaning.
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Male 577
I pay like $3 for milk, store brand, though.
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Male 677
and bull semen in £10,000 a litre, so be glad your car doesnt run on that.
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Male 159
whoever the stupid jerk who wrote this should note that i don`t need 20gallons of coke or bleach or milk to get to work every week....

go suck a bag of dicks.....
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Male 17,511
Who is paying $20 for laundry soap (Tide)? or nearly $8 a gallon for OJ ?
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Male 15
Its the equivalent of $8.65 in the UK. :(
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Male 40
Does anybody really pay 6.04 a gallon for milk? I pay no more than 4.79 and that`s for the best name brand.
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Male 426
this must be prices over on the east. I never pay 6 bucks a gallon for milk. Or this is all based on imaginary prices the person randomly thought of to try and make us not cry about soaring gas prices. We don`t use nail polish by the gallon either dip sh.t. Would take a girl like 20 years to go through a gallon.
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Male 299
The biggest issue is the quantity of gas used. No one uses 20gallons of honey in a week. but ALOT of people go through that much fuel in a week
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Male 271
wtf kinda crackhead would pay 6.04 for a gallon of milk borden is only 4 and house brand is normally 3.00-3.50 at most
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Male 639
@feeltheride, is that DG milk, because that is the only milk I know of for under $2. That is the one thing I won`t get from there.
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Female 1,604
who the hell is paying $6 for a gallon of milk.

And I am sure someone else pointed this out, but you pay say $3 something for like a gallon of bleach, it last a lot longer for a gallon of gas, if gas lasted that long I wouldn`t complain
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Female 1,101
Where the heck is milk $6 a gallon?
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Male 183
milk in my neck of the woods is 2.69 a gallon...but its pretty much dairy country once you leave the city and get past the suburbs.
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Male 307
I pay 4-5 dollars for a gallon of beer. Suck it!
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Male 3,147
I wish ours was that cheap.... ours in the UK converted to dollars would be nearly $10 for a UK gallon.

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Male 405
MMMMMM, Coke is cheaper than petrol.
I want some coke.
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Male 343
Sure, they say compare the prices, but when it comes down to it, my car doesn`t run on coke. I don`t even typically drink coke.
Plus, you buy multiple gallons of gas at once. You dont typically buy milk 10 gallons at a time.
Also, maybe if you`d lower the price on gas, i might be able to a gallon of milk or a coke with the money i saved. :P
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Male 605
Yeah, but it`s all f*cking relative, isn`t it? Nobody fills up a car on nail polish.
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Male 138
That is some expensive milk. I pay around $3 a gallon.
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Male 10,440
[quote] your favorite liquid products [/quote]

lol @ that.

[quote] As Sarah Palin and others complain about $4-gallon gas price....[/quote]

Since when has Sarah Palin been making valid points? Why even mention it? How is this worth my attention?

On a side note, they should have put printer ink in here. It`s probably the most expensive liquid most people buy.

Personally though, I think the top prize goes to TIM compound. I paid $9 for 5mL of that stuff.
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Female 165
I always hate these things. Yes, its true we pay more for some things per gallon, but Im pretty sure most people don`t use 20 gallons of nail polish a week.

Gas for many people is a NECESSITY. With out gas they can`t get to work. With out getting to work they don`t have jobs. No jobs, no money, no paying bills.
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Male 168
I`m sure if cars ran on nail polish people would bitch about paying $1,024 a gallon for it. But they don`t, so comparing them doesn`t make any sense.

And does anybody really pay $6 for a gallon of milk? I get it for a little over $2
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Male 12,138
@ TwoEyez, you`re a sick puppy. I love it. lol.
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Male 483
What about the liquids that matter most to humanity? Like chloroform, and anal lube?!
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Male 28
Dunno what the fuss is about, here in New Zealand we pay roughly $6 US per gallon if you work it out.
And i`ve heard that in the UK it`s like $9 US
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Female 515
6.04 for a gallon of milk?!? Who pays that much?!? I pay under 2.00! This is flawed :)
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Female 1,478
Often we don`t measure these other things in gallons, such as freaking nail polish, so this chart is moot.
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Male 876
Yes, but when`s the last time you needed to fill a 10-15 gallon tank with Purell Hand Sanitizer or olive oil? Sure, I wouldn`t complain about $4 a gallon of gasoline if all I needed was a gallon at a time. Plus none of those things are necessities as gasoline is.
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Male 1,341
Dang where does milk cost $6.04 a gallon? Or 7.68 for OJ?
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Male 19
It`s more about the frequency you have to pay for things. I don`t go out every other week or so to buy 15 gallons of nail polish now, do I?
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Male 114
It`s all about supply and mainly demand...heck, these prices are stupid propaganda nonsense. It`s using two completely different measuring sticks. When these comparisons first came out, I thought was the stupidest things that were just to tell people that "hey, oil`s cheap".


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Male 683
$6.04 for a gallon of milk? This graphic`s legitimacy has been compromised. Also, why are we still bashing Palin? Move along internet, move along.
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Male 161
$4 petrol is really cheap for a start!
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Male 166
I hope to god that no one uses any of these, with the exception of gas and maybe the wine, by the gallon.
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Female 380
Link: How Much Do You Pay By The Gallon? [Pic] [Rate Link] - If you did the math with your favorite liquid products, how much would they cost if you bought they by the gallon?
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