But I will concede that store-bought canisters are for disenfranchised kids—real (as opposed to kidult-size) teens.
store-bought goods like milk and toilet paper are scarce and dear.
Gambling, girls; you could buy a pint of moonshine for a dime, store-bought whiskey for a quarter.
Fed up with using half of a store-bought container of ricotta cheese, Petrit Husenaj embarked on making his own.
Sally ate it with maple syrup; at home we ate the store-bought kind with ketchup.
The outrage resembles the indignation of discovering that a store-bought item does not reflect the description on its label.
Willis saw his first bedspring about 50 years ago and he still thinks a feather mattress superior to the store-bought variety.
No "store-bought" medicines, but good old home-made remedies were used.
In 1928 I traded a pair of store-bought boots to my uncle Neville Dobie for his copy of this book.
On de way from Columbia dey had lots of store-bought things to eat.