#grocery memes

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When ur husband asks for a grocery list on the way home and autocorrect replaces flossers for flowers u didn't even realize it). Well he didn't disappoint!
I won't be mad if anyone else wants to try this
Today 3-UZ PM
What do you need from the store
Pistachios
Green leaf
Chef meal kit
Flowers
Water
Rolo's
Dog bones
Wine (if mine won't be in soon)
Rubbing alcohol
hr When ur husband asks for a grocery list on the way home and autocorrect replaces flossers for flowers u didn't even realize it). Well he didn't disappoint! I won't be mad if anyone else wants to try this Today 3-UZ PM What do you need from the store Pistachios Green leaf Chef meal kit Flowers Water Rolo's Dog bones Wine (if mine won't be in soon) Rubbing alcohol
Grocery Store Hero Honored For Saving
Toddler Trapped In Runaway Cart
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officlatwumbo agirinamedagnes:
This is what my husband and I purchased at the grocery store the other day.
We don't have kids,
We are adults. We pay bills
And drink water from a whale
almost-never-lively: officlatwumbo agirinamedagnes: This is what my husband and I purchased at the grocery store the other day. We don't have kids, We are adults. We pay bills And drink water from a whale
talk to myself way too much like I'll be pumping gas or in the grocery store, then I'll be thinking about some dumb meme that was like "spare dick sir?" And say it out loud to myself and be like
"that shit killed me" and i know seeing me from afar im giving crackhead energy probably
B typecozey
This is the one that kills me
~he
Sp,
talk to myself way too much like I'll be pumping gas or in the grocery store, then I'll be thinking about some dumb meme that was like "spare dick sir?" And say it out loud to myself and be like "that shit killed me" and i know seeing me from afar im giving crackhead energy probably B typecozey This is the one that kills me ~he Sp,
3 When my firstborn was about 18 months old, we were in a grocery store and she wouldn't stop screaming and crying, while sitting in the shopping cart. I went over to a corner in the produce section and was embarrassed and trying to calm her down. I thought about just leaving but we needed groceries and just didn't know what to do and was overcome with anxiety. Then suddenly an older Sikh man approached us and began to sing to my daughter, and she instantly calmed down.
He sang in another language, and stood
in front of her and sang what sounded like a lullaby. I started tearing up and was just so overwhelmed by this kind gesture. He finished singing and looked at me and said with an accent, "I have these grandchildren too. I love these grandchildren. And they always calm down with music. Just sing to them and they will calm down."
He walked away and paid for his items and left. I wish I could have given him a great big hug. It was so simple and so touching, and my daughter and I finished our grocery shopping peacefully. I remained overwhelmed by his kindness that day and
I have carried that moment with me every day since. My daughter is 8 now but I'll never forget the kind gentleman who sang to her in a grocery store, without a thought in the world about how it looked, he was just doing something a grandpa would do.
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3 When my firstborn was about 18 months old, we were in a grocery store and she wouldn't stop screaming and crying, while sitting in the shopping cart. I went over to a corner in the produce section and was embarrassed and trying to calm her down. I thought about just leaving but we needed groceries and just didn't know what to do and was overcome with anxiety. Then suddenly an older Sikh man approached us and began to sing to my daughter, and she instantly calmed down. He sang in another language, and stood in front of her and sang what sounded like a lullaby. I started tearing up and was just so overwhelmed by this kind gesture. He finished singing and looked at me and said with an accent, "I have these grandchildren too. I love these grandchildren. And they always calm down with music. Just sing to them and they will calm down." He walked away and paid for his items and left. I wish I could have given him a great big hug. It was so simple and so touching, and my daughter and I finished our grocery shopping peacefully. I remained overwhelmed by his kindness that day and I have carried that moment with me every day since. My daughter is 8 now but I'll never forget the kind gentleman who sang to her in a grocery store, without a thought in the world about how it looked, he was just doing something a grandpa would do. an