Cheap

Cheap may refer to:

  • Cheap (album), debut album from Seasick Steve
  • Cheap (EP), twelve-inch EP by Brainbombs
  • Cheap (ward)
  • Characteristic behavior of a miser

Other articles related to "cheap":

Cookin' Cheap
... Cookin' Cheap was a nationally syndicated cooking show, originally hosted by Larry Bly and Earl "Laban" Johnson, Jr ... Cookin' Cheap was taped in the studios of Blue Ridge Public Television in Roanoke, Virginia ... Cookin' Cheap contrasted itself with contemporary cooking shows of its time by not attempting to hide the tedious preparation work that goes into cooking a ...
Swedish Fashion - Cheap Monday
... In 2004 the brand Cheap Monday was founded by the same people that created Weekday ... Cheap Monday was their in-house brand ... But today Cheap Monday is an independent brand ...
Cheap Day Return
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Cheap Trick Discography - Singles
... US US Rock CAN AUS NZ UK 1977 "Oh Candy" — — — — — — Cheap Trick "I Want You to Want Me" — — 97 — — — In Color "Southern Girls" — — — — — — 1978 "So Good to ...
Cheap Monday
... Cheap Monday is a Swedish clothing label ... Cheap Monday clothes are distributed in a variety of stores worldwide, including Urban Outfitters and Barneys New York ... Recently, Cheap Mondays have also found strong popularity in Melbourne, Australia ...

Famous quotes containing the word cheap:

    A cheap price is a short cut to being cheated.
    Chinese proverb.

    You want to know who killed Dietrichson? Hold tight to that cheap cigar of yours, Keyes. I killed Dietrichson. Me, Walter Neff. Insurance salesman. Thirty-five-years old. Unmarried. No visible scars. Till a while ago, that is. Yes, I killed him. Killed him for money, and for a woman. I didn’t get the money, and, I didn’t get the woman.
    Billy Wilder (b. 1906)

    O can’t you see, brother—
    Death’s a congested road for fighters now,
    and hero a cheap label.
    C.D. Andrews (1913–1992)