Friday, January 7, 2011

More Than Two

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"I'm hungry. When are you going to the store?"

"You have a car now. How about I give you the money and my list, and you go to the store?"

Of course she handed me a list and I ended up going to the store. Then I noticed she had written next to yogurt: "more than 2!"

I bought 3.


Kathleen Scott said...

You and my husband must have something a common heritage. He buys the minimum too.

John McElveen said...

Awesome!!! LMBO!!!!


A Lady's Life said...

lol I take my son shopping because after I buy so much groceries he says we have nothing to eat. So he puts what he calls food in the cart and I buy it for him. But I call what he buys...not

Tempo said...

She'd only do that to me the once...I'd come back with 10 or more just to teach her a lesson..yeah, I've got a sick sense of humor.

gayle said...

I told my husband the same thing! He came back with 12! :)

LL Cool Joe said...

Now don't over do it with the yoghurts!

sage said...

You can never have too much yogurt or bananas. I eat at a minimun one of each a day

Slamdunk said...

We buy lots of those--or I should say the Mrs. does as I am not to be trusted doing most of the shopping.

Kelly said...

I use to eat Yoplait, but I've gotten hooked on Greek Yogurt. I like the taste and texture!

Jen said...

@Kathleen Scott: I'm tired of buying lots of food and throwing half away.

@John McElveen: She didn't think I was funny.

@A Lady's Life: My daughter does the same! She can stare at a full pantry and fridge saying, "There's no food." That's why I tell her to make a list. If we still don't have anything she wants to eat it's not my problem. I'm going to put her on a food budget soon.

@Tempo: That wouldn't bother her.

@gayle: You send us on errands, you gotta be specific. Make us guess what you want and you might not like the results.

@LL Cool Joe: Better to overdo yogurt than potato chips.

@sage: Yes, you can eat too many'll need prunes to counteract the effect...

@slamdunk: How do you get deemed not trustworthy to grocery shop...or wash the dishes...I'd love to be forbidden to do either.

@Kelly: I have never had Greek yogurt. I wonder if I can find it at HEB.

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