As usual, after Lobsterman goes on his vroomy ride, we meet at Starbucks and chat with each other via Facebook.
I told him that he was all out of lemonade drink so we needed to go to the grocery store for more. He HATES the grocery store, but since I claimed that I didn't know which exact special brand of lemonade drink he liked, he begrudgingly agreed to follow me to make sure I got the right stuff. Its a hard name to remember:
We walk in, and he immediately realizes that it isn't the store across town where he knows EXACTLY where the stuff is, this store is different. He's thrown off by the juice section that is "natural" juices, and claims that "Simply Lemonade" is simply lemonade, so it should be in the "natural" juice section because how much more natural can something called "simply lemonade" be?
Apparently its not "natural" enough for the natural food section (although Starbucks mocha frappucino is there, and THAT'S hardly natural), so we begin to wander toward the back dairy section where the other unnatural juices are kept.
I spy the new apple/cinnamon Cheerios, which sounded uber tasty right then. I wondered (aloud) whether they would have the same razor sharp knobs on them like Apple Jacks. I LOVE Apple Jacks, but they somehow bind cinnamon-apple shards of glass on them that rip your mouth to shreds. Very tasty until your mouth fills with blood and that's all you can taste. Lobsterman ignores my Apple Jacks rant, as usual and we get to the juice section and find his tasty beverage. I tell him to get two (because I'm NOT going back to the store for more this week), then announce that we must walk all the way back to the other side of the store because now I must have the apple/cinnamon Cheerios or else I shall die... but manage to grab a dozen eggs along the Bataan death march for Cheerios.
"OHMYGAWD, don't get eggs, they're dangerous!" Lobersterman tells me. "They've killed people."
"I can't believe you're getting killer eggs"
"These are pasturized!" I inform him
"Oh, even worse, they're free-range killer eggs, and you're buying cereal, which means they're free-range cereal killer eggs!"
"I seriously have no idea why I keep bringing you to the store" I grab the Cheerios and head for the check-out line to see if there's a new grotesque picture of the dying Mouseketeer Annette... I'm not disappointed. I also know he says these things hoping that I will stop bringing him to the store... I'm not stupid.