First, we went to dinner at Arby's near Park Place Mall on Broadway and Chantilly. We ate in a completely empty restaurant (it happens often). Anthony had a crispy chicken sandwich, I had a classic roast beef. I had to dump plenty of Arby's Sauce on it. Arby's Sauce is one of the great wonders of the world.
Grocery shopping was at Walmart Neighborhood Market at 22nd and Craycroft. I needed toilet paper and ran into a dilemma: Is it better to buy Ultra Soft, or Ultra Strong? I ended up deciding on the soft, but it was a decision I wrestled over for almost ten seconds.
I also found an unusual number of products that someone picked up, then decided across the store that they didn't want anymore... so they ended up on random shelves. I feel for the store employees, they have to put it all back where it belongs. Anthony gives me crap, because I'm the kind of person that would go all the way across the store to put the item back where it belongs. He tells me I'm a 'weirdo'. Well, this weirdo sleeps well at night knowing I put stuff back in the right place. (For the record, I was not responsible for putting the stuff you see in the photos below where they ended up... it was a completely random thing done by some other store customers).
|Eating dinner in an empty Arby's at Broadway and Chantilly|
|Dinner at Arby's is served|
|You can never put enough Arby's Sauce|
on an Arby's Roast Beef sandwich
|Guy Fieri sausages|
Of course, I checked and none of these are expired.
|Scooby-Doo Campbell's Soup|
Ruh Ruh Raggy... I'm on roup!
|Sneaky photo of Anthony:|
Look how happy grabbing the big pickles makes him.
Pool toy with the paper plates
Chocolate Crème Twinkies with the facial tissue
Tortillas with the paper plates
Frozen pizza with the chips
Do I buy Charmin Ultra Strong toilet paper....
|...or do I buy Charmin Ultra Soft?|
It's like deciding whether to have sex with a man or a woman.