Sunday, December 29, 2013

Grilled Stuffed Nacho, ice cream overload, and six inches of snails

Anthony and I had our usual Sunday night outing tonight.

We went to Taco Bell for dinner at Broadway and Camino Seco.  He ordered the new Grilled Stuffed Nacho (which he says he liked) and I had a Smothered Burrito.  My favorite part of the Grilled Stuffed Burrito was the price ($1.29).  That made him a cheap dinner date.

After that, we went across the parking lot to Baskin Robbins.  Anthony got a Reese's Peanut Butter Ice Cream Sundae (the second one he's had in three days) and I watched him eat it.  I was too full from Taco Bell to get anything.

Then, we went next door to Walmart Neighborhood Market for grocery shopping.  I think Anthony was on sugar overload.  He was random and hyper the entire time in the store (like an eight year old!).  It made for an interesting shopping trip but we got it done.

It's our last grocery shopping trip of the year.  Don't worry, we'll do the same silly thing every week of 2014!

Grilled Stuffed Nacho at Taco Bell, Broadway and Camino Seco
Anthony said he liked it.

Smothered Burrito at Taco Bell

Anthony getting fast and furious with the napkin dispenser at Taco Bell

Anthony getting orgasmic with a Reese's Peanut Butter Sundae at Baskin Robbins

He would have licked it clean if his face fit in there

Roland Escargots at Walmart Neighborhood Market - Broadway and Camino Seco
It comes with a tube of empty snail shells.
This is one item I would not buy.

Desserts Skittles
If you've always thought of Skittles as an entree, this proves you can have them for dessert.

It's December 29 and guess what?
Walmart Neighborhood Market has shelves stocked with Valentine's Day candy.
I am surprised they waited this long.

Sneaky photo of Anthony:
Shopping in the super cheap medicine bin.
Anything you have wrong with you can be solved for 88 cents.