It is my general viewpoint that we take life way too seriously. By “we,” I mean adults. Often, I think of ways to spice up life and insert a little humor into the day. That’s why I’ve threatened to create the following shopping list for Walgreens, to which my wife has replied, “Please, don’t.”
If you’d like to partake in this humor but don’t like gummie bears, consider substituting a pack of Twizzlers.
Walgreens shopping list
A canister of Penn tennis balls
A copy of US Weekly with a Golden Girls tribute
And, a pack of gummie bears
Instructions for check-out
As you place your items down at the register, politely ask the cashier if they happen to sell 10 x 10’ tarps and rope or, at the least “durable twine.” Make mention that you already checked the arts and crafts section, but the yarn just won’t cut it. Otherwise, you will have to make another pit stop at Lowe’s, and that would be a shame.
When the cashier responds, “No,” respond gently, “An American travesty.”
As you pay, entirely in cash I may add while wearing black Isotoner gloves, do so with a straight face. You may find this difficult, but by pinching the small portion of meat between your thumb and index finger, it will be possible. Exit the building and place your items in the trunk of your vehicle, looking around suspiciously as you do so. Casually return into the store to grab a bottle of baby oil, swimming goggles, and a water gun, and say to the cashier, “Can’t forget these. My wife would kill me.”