I finally get up, she scans my ice cream bars, $3.80 with the coupon. WTF? Price check. Takes forever, but you know what? They were $2.99. So, I have official confirmation that Food 4 Less can't get their prices straight.
I really can't find a good grocery store here that's close. There's the Dillons at central and maize that's like going to a crack circus every day, eight million people, none of whom can drive or push carts in a straight line. Place is always crowded. People always parked right up front doing pick-ups and drop-offs, just sitting their in their gigantic SUVs.
Then there's the Dillons at 13th and Tyler where the produce just looks like it's rotting and the movie rental person has this weird messed up rule in her head and won't let me rent more than two movies at a time. Uhg.
Leaving... Food 4 More, or Fight 4 Food as dave called it. Milk is always like four days from the Purchase By date. No bakery. No butcher. I give up.
I mean, am I really that much of a grocery snob? Am I asking too much here? All I want is a place where I can get a good head of romain lettuce, cheap skim milk. None of this mattered in college because all I ate was ramen noodles and peanut butter on ritz crackers, and dining hall food. maybe I'm grown up now, that's how I know. I bitch about grocery stores. yay maturity.