When it comes to coupons, a real man wouldn't debase himself just to save a paltry sum like "$9.99". But if there were, say, $10 involved, then bring on the shame: Hungry? Deck.
Just released this week, HD's a set of 52 playing cards, each offering $10 off from a quality LA restaurant (except the Ace of Spades, which is Saddam Hussein). The roster's far more enticing than the typical free-medium-drink-w/family-meal establishments: from ribs and tourist-ogling at Saddle Ranch, to breakfast and line-jostling at the Griddle, to the Geisha House, where whipping out a coupon gets you not only a roll, but also an extra dollop of scorn from the staff. To better inform your 52-option decision, each card contains an informational blurb; the prose is slightly embarrassing (words like "scrumptious", lots of "!"s), but you're free to ignore it -- after all, who the hell wants to waste their time reading about restaurants?