Shoutout to the autism parents out there who have a freezer full of very specific brands/varieties of foods, because your kid will only eat like 5 things to begin with. We have pepperoni bagel bites (must be pepperoni ones), goldfish crackers, and Costco size cases of caffeine free diet coke.
Bidets are the apex of civilization. I may be biased since I did spend several years with only an outhouse.
Those of us on Team Bidet are smiling smugly as we watch you load up your carts with 48 packs of TP. I buy toilet paper so infrequently I can’t even remember the last time I had to replenish stock.
I, too, will DIE without milk chocolate.
My sister panicked for me and sent me some Mucinex via Amazon. She’s the best.
To my embarrassment, my Covid-19 prepping made me look as though I had an army of hungry 6-yr-olds waiting at home. Macaroni and cheese, canned ravioli, Lipton powdered chicken noodle soup, bread and hotdogs.
I’ve been laughing at this. I was at Costco for a normal food run and the paper aisle (toilet paper and paper towels) was a barren wasteland of empty pallets. There were signs up telling people there was a limit of 2. WHAT?!? I can only buy 2 36-packs of jumbo toilet paper rolls?!? What ever will I do?
This will be my Sunday, every Sunday, after retirement, coronavirus or not.
really glad I bought all those Girl Scout cookies!
Now that the 80 year old’s been to Costco, he’s for sure signed his own death warrant. Smart way to go, let the last cough be wine stained.
I really don’t get the runs on toilet paper. Society is not going to collapse. At worst, we may all be staying home for a couple of weeks. Why do people need a year’s supply 0f TP? Yesterday I went to WalMart for a few things and the entire TP row was empty - just a 50' long bare metal rack with a few signs asking… Read more
I went to the store and stocked up on sudafed and mucinex not because of the coronavirus, but because allergy season is about to start and I am not about to suffer because the pandemic has led to a shortage of sudafed
My husband asked my preschooler what she wanted him to get in case we had to stay home for a while. She said “I will DIE without milk chocolate”. I got her a couple bars (hidden in the basement).
No, I've never read it. Thanks for the recommendation.