Sunday, November 24, 2013

Balls of cheese and romance at the grocery store

Anthony and I had our usual Sunday outing tonight.  We visited Culver's at Broadway and Prudence for dinner, then rolled east to the Walmart Neighborhood Market at Broadway and Camino Seco.

Dinner at Culver's was nice until Anthony started to get annoyed by the table behind him that had two women and half a dozen children.  He's told me many times that he wants children.  Then, he seems to be annoyed by every child he encounters.  Maybe he'd be happy if his own children were annoying him and not other people's.

The trip to Walmart Neighborhood Market was uneventful.  I was surprised it wasn't busier with only a few days left before Thanksgiving.  Maybe the public has already done their turkey day shopping and have moved on to Christmas.

A lot of choices at Culver's.
I had a baKEN cheddar Butter Burger.

Here's Anthony next to the sign on the table at Culver's displaying his age.

Cheese curds (I call them cheese balls), and chicken strips.
This is what Anthony ordered.

French fries and a Cheddar Bacon Butter Burger for Ken.

Anthony eats his chocolate Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Concrete Mixer with extra peanut butter sauce.
I take picture.
The end.

Hey Walmart Neighborhood Market and Family Dollar at Broadway and Camino Seco...
don't over do it with the Christmas decorations.

Romance blossoming in the aisles of Walmart Neighborhood Market.
They're heading toward the toilet paper so it must be true love.

Svelte Organic Protein Shake.
When you need your food to prop up your ego.

Delallo Hearts Of Palm
Where's the rest of the hand?

Keebler Filled Pretzel Bites
Nothing says get ready to be disappointed than seeing
"enlarged to show texture" on a box.

Kraft Jet Puffed Snowman Mallows
Looks like a snowman to me.

Little Debbie Christmas Tree Cakes
The best part of every holiday season.

This guy pushing a floor cleaning machine seemed to appear behind us in every aisle.
Contrary to popular belief, I do not pee on the floor at the grocery store.