Bravo you kids!
Was she shopping for Bundy? And did she get the FRENCH VANILLA CREAMER and CHEW COPENHAGEN? (Hey, they sound suspiciously furren for patriots . . .).
Goodness I hope Mary survived the ordeal!Sounds as bad as this part of the country before a forecast of snow!
ANNTI sez...Scott, I hope that you truly do realize how AMAZINGLY fortunate that you are to have that remarkable woman bless your life and put up with your shit. Honestly. You know that I adore you endlessly, you know that, and you have my utmost respect, but Mary, fuck, if atheists nominated plastic-dashboard-decor "saints," Mary would definitely be in the first three nominees. And not just for taking such remarkable care of your decrepit behind, obviously, but that'd be the main driving force behind MY vote...And horrible as it is to imagine, we may soon have to start boycotting Georgia Pacific products, as the entire chain of paper mills, esp. those nearby here, which employ a SHITLOAD of people, NOW BELONG TO THE KOCH BROTHERS. Seriously. I would never shit y'all about something as important as toilet paper, especially when one considers the alternatives... But it's true. Heartbreaking, but true. And yes, Charmin suxxors massively, esp. with their endless lies about being "lint-free" --- HA! I've seen less paper pulp flying off of the back of a fucking clear-cutting-operation CHIP TRUCK!!!!!! "Rockin' The Pine Belt," indeed...Returning to the bleeding-gut diet of liquid Jell-O, which I'm sure the fucking obviously SHRINKAGE-DECIMATED KOCK BROTHERS will take over, if that racist/nihilist/Hitler-wannabe KRAUT running/ruining NESTLE hasn't already!!!!!!!And on THAT loverly note, hug that woman tight, Scott, and never let her go!! Unless, y'know, it's one of those Northern-necessitated moments... And hell yeah, I've always found it more than amusing that Georgia Pacific's top-selling TOILET PAPER is called "NORTHERN." Heh. Sue me.
Here in the Portland Oregon area there are two, no three, major supermarket chains. A nice 'organic' chain called New Seasons, Albertsons and a few Safeways. Albert & Safewy stores all appear to have been built in the 1960s, and I suspect they get a lot of their food & produce from the 1960s. Oh, there is a Walmart-like store called, uh- something....(looks it up) "Fred Meyer". Their bakery cake is just AWFUL. On the bright side, no sales-tax and you don't get to/have to pump your own gas. I consider that a bonus especially when its raining, which it often is, tho not like Seattle. The novelty of RAIN still thrills me, so that's OK.
ANNTI sez...You have GOT to come this side of the river, Kathy, honestly. Don't like the weather? Come to Louisiana & give it five minutes. You can see the whole meteorological panapoly in a day.
lol well done,
You guys are the Nick and Nora of the Snarkosphere.
Fourscore and seven bills ago...
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