aefenglommung (aefenglommung) wrote,

Thoughts upon a trip to the grocery store

1. My, there's a lot of month left at the end of this money.

2. A five-year-old's help is like rubies: precious, but of little practical use.

3. Women love buying water in refillable jugs at the store while men think that's what you have a tap for at home; what women also fail to realize is the water refilling station is the first stop in the grocery section, and a man standing there listening to three gallons of water flow before spending an hour wandering around the aisles is a recipe for discomfort.

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