Scintillating fiction, poetry, and commentary...snort it up your snout!
Keep your eyes peeled on the lower racks of those shopping carts in the parking lot. I've found lots of goodies that way, including a case off beer! (WIN!)
BUBBA,Thanks...I'll let you know if I score anything!
I'm not big on grocery shopping either, but I will keep a better eye on the lower racks of those carts in the parking lot.Adsila (blogger won't let me comment as me, sigh!)
I find there are less and less appeal in grocery shopping - those shopping carts are never clean and everyone cheats on the 10 items or less line - that's life, I supposehave a lovely day.
LOL.I wanna know where Eric shops.
I was in there just today and scored a small air conditioner for $88. Hol-ee cow! First summer in twelve years that I will not be completely fried in hellfire heat. Who knew relief could be had so cheaply? (I am SUCH a slow study! I will have it all figured out about three days before I croak!)
THINGY,Wherever it is, they must have a lot of drunk customers!SHERRY,Maybe we should ask where YOU shop, to find a deal like that!
Yes. The necessary evil to stalk and hunt our supper.
lol I'm sorry I'm stuck on Autumnforest's hilarious comment lol...
LOl..that was good:)
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LOL! I enjoyed each of them!
Now t-boned...there's an idea. xxxxj
I agree with Jen, the T-bone nailed it for me :) Thanks for the visit.
Stalking the supper indeed. Really loved this poem Timoteo - and I liked that the title 'Supermarket Blues' is so unexpected. Supermarkets are seemingly the polar opposite to the blued - sharp edged, well-lit, colourful and pop-music-sound-tracked. And yet, it works!
JEN,I know what you're thinking...;)MAXINE, MADELINE, LYNNAIMA, CINDY,Thanks for shopping here...don't forget the rutabagas!