Huh. I used to shop at that grocery store when I lived in San Francisco. It was a bitch to find parking on weeknights. I guess it was a bitch to find parking anywhere in that city. They have good cheese for good prices. Ah, nostalgia.
Jesus Christ, slave to your fucking car much?
The last two sentences are different thoughts, kthnx.
|Jeff Fries |
Do you do this for a living Carl
Trader Joe's does have a kickass carrotcake
Bonus star for trader joes ginger cookies. They're pretty good.
|The Townleybomb |
He forgot to mention the catalogues full of gilded age clip art that they send to me. And the mystery of how they found where I live. Do they put microchips in the chocoloate-covered cherries?
How many of you people are from San Francisco? This is a little weird.
It's in other places, it's not just one store.
It makes me wish there was TJ here in crappy ol' NY, even though I'm sure I wouldn't be able to afford much there (besides maybe the $2 wine), and the moms wouldn't be nearly as hot.
There are like 3 of them in New York city alone.
They just put one in near me, and I came to the realization that I am now officially the riff-raff these sorts of stores are designed to keep out.
I liked this a lot, and yet, have never previously heard of Trader Joe's.
I think it was the wang-braid.
Not evil but I love it so it gets five stars anyway. If you don't shop at Trader Joes this video doesn't make sense. If you do shop at Trader Joes you'll fall off your chair laughing. (I always wondered about those chocolate-covered cherries...)
I like this, I'm not positive as to why.
Although I've noticed that Trader Joe's as a company really has a fetish for horrible looking fonts.
*TJ LJ* It is such a wierd little store. One opened up like right at the end of the block from where I used to live. I was so happy because the nearest grocery store was a mile and a half away, and I didn't have a car.
Then I shopped there and realized it isn't a grocery store at all, but something else. A "food retail store" maybe? And I started to get bitter and hate the store and the people who used it since I couldn't afford to shop there.
Then I moved, and one time my mom gave me some of those chocolate covered salted almonds they sell.
I'm okay with the place now, and I think hearing this song and telling this story are what have finally allowed me to completely move on.
|Jet Bin Fever |
5 Stars for using "Aguas de Marco" in a good way.
Is the guy who made this six hundred pounds?
Also, that last one at 1:49 gives every indication that it's fairly common for random strangers to just start videotaping her for no apparent reason.
I didn't think I was going to like this, and now it's favorited. I hardly even shop there, but this was really well-made.
One hundred stars
|Jack Dalton |
This made me really happy. And I've never even been to Trader Joe's. So 5 stars.
|Lies, lies, LIES! |
Hot moms and no parking. Yup.
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