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Thursday, October 20

Cream

Last night I went out for sushi and then headed to the Publix to pick up some dessert while I watched a little of the television. I chose a coconut creme pie. They had whole pies and half pies.

‘Why is the whole pie $3.99 and a half-pie only a dollar less?’ I asked the bakery lady. ‘That doesn’t make any sense.’

‘Well,’ she said, ‘you’re paying for convenience.’

‘I’m paying,’ I said, ‘for half of a goddamn pie. You’re making America obese. You ought to be ashamed of yourself.’

This is not as harsh as I was on the checkout girl when they were selling 2-4-1 large containers of Miricle Whip.

I took the whole pie home.

It was delicious.





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8 Comments:

10/20/2005
Anonymous Anna writes:

"The" television?

Why do I mock? I picked this habit up from you, the charming Midwestern habit of adding articles in front of nouns that need no determination.

Midwesterners: care to confirm or deny?

Everytime I say, "Time go to the Target!" I think of you.

 


10/20/2005
Blogger Smartypants writes:

I like Miracle Whip.

 


10/20/2005
Blogger jamesdamian writes:

What is with all the people with eggs in their original grocers container AND eggs in plastic containers?

Look, Babs. So many little eggies, and I'm still starving, and I'm going to eat them all before I go to sleepie.

 


10/20/2005
Blogger Missy Moo writes:

Thems not little eggies, them is 'ickle mini mozarella cheeses.

...... I think

 


10/21/2005
Anonymous Anonymous writes:

Yeah, bitch out the bakery counter lady. She lives for that .Also,the reason the half-pie is only one dollar less? You took home a whole pie.

 


10/22/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

Ya' think that is the rationale for the pricing scheme? Really?

wow, you must have majored in marketing or something.

 


10/26/2005
Blogger Kristina writes:

It’s like two for one Christmas trees the week before Christmas! The tree guy gets 100% profit on one tree and gets someone else to take off of his hands a tree he won’t sell. Who needs two Christmas trees the week before Christmas? It sure seems like a deal though, doesn’t it?

 


12/04/2005
Blogger Erik writes:

check this site out:
more food

 


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