Actually, I was quite surprised that my husband spent that much on groceries without flinching or that he even had enough in his wallet to pay for it all. He was obviously planning ahead for that coffee. He hates shopping and would prefer to drop me off at the grocery store while he makes a credit union run so I rarely make withdrawals. It saves time and effort, but he often doesn't realize how much things REALLY cost. He rarely hands me more than $100 and hopes that will last through all my shopping at various stores for as long as possible. Then if I'm broke and make him pay for the groceries when he comes to pick me up, he'll subtract that from the amount he was going to give me and I'll only get $60 or $80. If I know there is a good sale coming up and I'll probably spend more I've got to be sure and tell him. When he finds me in the store after his return, he'll look at virtually everything I've put in the shopping cart. Maybe he's just curious, but sometimes I can tell he wonders "What's she buying now?" He rarely suggests anything he wants -- except bananas -- and if I do find a really good markdown on something and decide to stock up, he gets nervous about the quantity. Overall, he isn't a pain like some husbands questioning everything a wife buys, however, and was a bachelor for enough years before we were married that he isn't a picky eater or too demanding. He's quite content living on toast with butter, so I honestly expected him to come home with a lot fewer mega sale items than I wanted NOT a lot more. If I recall correctly you go to Great Clips for hair cuts. Sure wish we still got coupons for that place around here. My husband used to be great about looking at the back of grocery store receipts for coupons when they had them there, but I don't think he's ever gotten one at the bottom of a hair cut receipt. He's sure thrilled when I find a coupon in some mailer coupons once or twice a year, however.