I took a look at the beer in the fridge before I went to work this morning. 'Yeah, that's enough.' But there was a shred of doubt. There can be no doubts when it comes to beer in the fridge. And after the day I had today, I definitely need more beer in the fridge. Also, all of my favorite sausages and hot dogs are on sale plus new stuff I want to try. Johnsonville Firecrackers are current and Nathan's jalapeno cheese dogs are buy one-get one.
I bought a PS4 last Saturday with Red Dead Redemption. I've been fumbling and bumbling around with my set-up because I'm a sloppy mess. Probably won't get much done with it for another couple of days.
Self-serve food has been eliminated and the deli can't set up their soup bar, so they're selling 4 LB bags of soup for $9.99. I was looking at it and pondering. Is this a decent price? That doesn't look like a $10 bag of soup. I don't know.
What did I do, I bought three bags of soup: broccoli cheddar, baked potato, vegetable beef. WTF
I finally remembered to buy Brillo pads. I have a cast iron skillet that I want to give a do-over and that is also what the lard is for. I wasn't sure about what to eat when I got home but the deli had fresh $5 buckets of chicken wings on display. That'll do me fine along with whatever else I manage to scrounge up. And I scored a carton of American Spirits this morning at Rutter's. I'm good on smokes for almost two weeks.
Holy fucking paper goods! This is at least twice as much as I would normally buy but I'm running low on toilet paper and paper towels and all they had were the monster packs. That should last me six or eight months.
You should stop smoking. It tars your lungs and increases your chance of cancer.
Anyway, I bought Paper Mario: The Origami King, Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics, and Deadly Premonition. The Nintendo Switch may be a flawed system that doesn't get most of the games the other consoles get, but it does have good exclusives.