Sunday, April 14, 2013

A melon on a shelf and Justin Bieber

It's Sunday, which is the one day a week Anthony and I have off together.  We usually eat dinner and do some shopping.  That's what we did today.

We had dinner at Boston Market at Grant and Tanque Verde, then a stop at Target to buy Lucky a couple of new dog toys and other random stuff, and a trip to Walmart Neighborhood Market on 22nd and Craycroft for our weekly grocery run.

Chicken Market Bowl at Boston Market
They didn't fill it as full as they usually do, but it was tasty.

Here's a sign of the times:
A Pastry Tart Maker (think Pop Tarts), a Cakesickle Maker, and a Cake Pop / Donut Hole Maker at Target.

A cotton candy maker at Target.
Clowns sold separately.

Kellogg's Frosted Flakes - Reduced Sugar at Walmart Neighborhood Market
"Not a reduced calorie food".
It is also the worst idea since sugar free candy.

Kellogg's Frosted Flakes Chocolate
They're brown... and grrrrrrreat!

Jell-O Happy Birthday Mold
This is not, I repeat not, a good substitute for birthday cake.

Keebler Filled Pretzel Bites
"Enlarged to Show Texture"
Looks like poo inside those things.

The baked goods shelves were pretty empty at Walmart Neighborhood Market today.
This discarded orange peel is not a good substitute for Entenmann's Donuts.
Nice try, Walmart Neighborhood Market.

There were not a lot of Little Debbie Snack Cakes left.
Someone tried to make me feel better about the limited selection by leaving a pizza fun party cup.
Not the same as Little Debbie Swiss Rolls.  I cried inside.

There weren't many buns left at Walmart Neighborhood Market, either.
Putting a melon on the shelf is a poor substitute.
(By the way, I didn't put the orange peel, cup or melon on the shelves, I just took photos of what was already there).

Justin Bieber peeks out from the cover of Teen Vogue in the middle of the magazine rack.
I don't think it was an accident that he's right next to the prom magazines.