Sunday, March 27, 2011

My New Supermarket

My new Supermarket near our house has an automatic water mister to keep the produce fresh. Just before it goes on, you hear the sound of distant thunder and the smell of fresh rain.

When you approach the milk cases, you hear cows mooing and witness the scent of fresh hay.

When you approach the egg case, you hear hens cluck and cackle and the air is filled with the pleasing aroma of bacon and eggs frying.

The veggie department features the smell of fresh buttered corn.

I don’t buy toilet paper there any more.

31 comments:

  1. I SO saw where that one was going! hahahaha!

    Hope you're weather is warming up. It's hot here! Big hugs :]

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  2. Well, if the corn is fresh, you're in luck. At least that is what I've been told. snerx.

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  3. LOL, and I don't blame you one bit

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  4. Ooooooohhhhhaaaaaaaaaaa...

    Iced coffee came out of my nose on that one.

    I would hate to see what happens on the laxative isle?

    Have a luxurious Sunday:})
    Aloha

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  5. or the air freshner aisle. I'm slow today. Took me a while to get it...

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  6. too funny!

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxoox

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  7. PMSL I must let my friend read this, she'll be in stitches ;)

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  8. That was so funny. I can just imagine it.

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  9. I've heard this one before but it still warrants a smile!

    Hope you and Zane are having a lovely weekend!

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  10. My first giggle of the day...

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  11. That is funny. I have heard the thunder in the produce, but not the bacon cooking. I am sure not going near the toilet paper either although that might be very funny. Good one.

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  12. Haha, we too have Supermarkets that type: Milk section with the sounds of Cows.
    Our toilet paper and rolls of paper towels are deliver on the door by the Local Sports Club. They got some money for that. As well as the Cat Litter;-)

    You know, when living in a harsh climate like we do, we have to think positive and use the nature to our benifits.

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  13. I think I've been to that store, and NOBODY was going down the toilet paper aisle.

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  14. good one.I'd avoid the TP isle as well.

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  15. I think I'd avoid the TP department too!

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  16. Its a good thing I don't use TP. I recycle and use old corn cobs like they used to do on the farm.

    Hugs!

    Steve

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  17. We have the same here. Our toilet paper section is right next to the paper towels though. It's not too bad.

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  18. You should take the natural setting thing only so far!

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  19. Hey your back from your cruise! How'd it go? Can u enable comments from name/url cuz my blog is neither blogger nor my openid login. ??

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  20. oiy!..lol..have a great weekend..what's left of it!:)

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  21. Now I will think of this & laugh every time I pass through the toilet paper aisle in the supermarket.

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  22. Oh, man! That's just plain, EWWWWW!

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  23. I would have to go over just to see what it was like lmao :-)

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  24. I thought the supermarket was for real, until I got hit by the punchline!

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  25. Oh God, that was a good one. Don beat me to the laxative crack ;-)

    Big Hugs

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  26. Willy is a redneck that sometimes smells something bad when he approaches the corn isle in that grocery store.

    Figure that one out.

    10-4 Willy

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  27. But the shoppers like those noises!
    ..

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  28. One of my favorites :-)

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  29. Still funny, even though I heard it before. I am sooo easy to entertain:)

    Big hugs, honey...

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