Before Thanksgiving I had to run to the store and pick up a few things so we could survive 5 whole days without leaving the house. Nothing says holidays like stocking up on supplies and pretending the whole world has ended and your whole existence is the inside of your house... which is pretty much how we see the "holidays" between November and January.
Ok, so its not like the whole world has ended, its more like the whole world has lost its mind and in the spirit of giving and love, will shoot you for a parking spot at the mall.
I will spare you the usual whining and complaining of going to Costco, then Bed Bath & Beyond, and that's just what I was saying, you have no idea what Lobsterman was keening and screaming about, and frankly I won't put you through it.
Needless to say, the highlight of our trip was standing in line at BB&B with an arm full of k-cup boxes. BB&B always tries to sucker you into buying some strange item or another by filling their checkout counters with so much crap, that invariably you'll knock something over and be forced to buy it when it breaks. You barely have enough room to slap up that gargantuan comforter or pillows for scanning without buying half the "as seen on tv" crap they're trying to get rid of.
This time, I actually saw something that looked promising and pointed it out to Loberster Man:
Lobster Man is always complaining about having itchy dry back skin so I figured that would be the solution to all of his problems and one less thing to complain about.
He looked at it carefully and then said:
"But that's what you're for".
AWWWW! Nothing says love like realizing that I'm only around to slather lotion on his dry scaly back! He knows just the right things to say to win over a woman.