Sunday, October 27, 2013

Anthony breaks an unwritten law

Anthony and I had our usual Sunday night outing tonight.

First, we went to Taco Bell.  I wasn't very hungry and could order a couple of tacos and be happy.  After that, we drove a few blocks to Dairy Queen / DQ and had ice cream.  Walmart Neighborhood Market was next on the agenda at 22nd and Craycroft.

We were quite the pair today... I feel like crap from drinking a few beers at the Halloween party we went to, and Anthony has somehow aggravated a shoulder injury he got a handful of years ago.  We were good company for each other until we got to the checkout lane at the store, and then the boredom of shopping set in and we turned into two crabby bitches.  The woman in front of us at the store must have thought we were nuts (and she probably wasn't wrong).

It takes a village (of at least four people) to make
my hot fudge sundae at DQ on Tanque Verde.

Anthony broke an unwritten law:
He brought his Taco Bell soda to DQ and drank it while eating
his Peanut Butter Bash.
The unwritten police consider him an unwritten fugitive.

If you're a Taylor Swift fan, here's something you have to get:
Taylor Swift collector's edition Diet Coke.
I wonder if it tastes like her.

This may be one of the least nutritious things I've seen in a while:
The Hormel MVP Peanut Butter and Jelly Roll-Up Kit
It's peanut butter and jelly that you roll up in a tortilla, and then
have Laffy Taffy candy with it for dessert.
Go ahead fat kids, rejoice.

I found this weird:
Air Wick National Park Limited Edition scented sprays
American Samoa, Virgin Islands, and Hawaii
All three of these places are warm, humid and next to the water.
They should smell like fish and sweaty residents.

The Coca-Cola reps got creative at Walmart Neighborhood Market.
They used 12 packs to make a pumpkin.

An abandoned half gallon of milk in the ice cream section of Walmart Neighborhood Market.

Across the parking lot from Walmart Neighborhood Market at 22nd and Craycroft
is Fast Med Urgent Care.  For the second Sunday in a row, the same guy was sitting
in the same place in front of the clinic at about the same time of night.
You can see his feet next to the large column with the brick at the bottom.
This is one way to make sure you're first in line when they open.

On my way home from the store,
I spotted Tucson Police busting a driver at Speedway and Craycroft.
I hummed "Bad Boys" from the Cops TV show when I drove by.