Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Day 17 & Holiday Crazy

Yes yes, shoot me. I'm combining again. LOL

Day 17's picture...


I was unpacking more boxes of stuff to blog and trying things on and then...I lost my feet.

Actually, that's one of my big pet peeves, as I've mentioned here before. I hate the new trend of putting a shoe on the lower leg and then an invisiprim on the foot. I've heard WHY it's done, I just don't believe it really HAS to be done. But then, I'm not a shoe designer, so what do I know.

Thanksgiving is coming up on Thursday here in the US, and that marks the official start of the holiday season. However, I think people are putting their Holiday Crazy Hats on already. Today I went to the grocery store to get a few last minute things. If the grocery store was a sim? It would have crashed. People were bumping into each other, smacking carts into other carts to get them out of the way, and at one point this crazy woman tried to convert me to her belief that we're being programmed to buy generic food instead of brand name and she was highly mad that she had to buy generic sage. The reason she actually had to buy generic sage? She was too lazy to walk her ass down the spice aisle and was instead just making the rounds of the endcaps and small displays. I know. I checked. They had 5 different kinds of sage. I don't exactly know what would be brand name sage...but I'm pretty sure one of those would have worked.

To say that I'm going to try my hardest to stay out of the grocery store for the rest of the week would be an understatement.

I'm trying to unpack things and get things organized, but honestly? Until Thanksgiving is over, I just don't think I'll be able to get my head on straight.


Shattered said...

"Today I went to the grocery store to get a few last minute things. If the grocery store was a sim? It would have crashed."

This made me giggle. There's an old thread on my RPG sim's forum that's one long list of people contributing "you know you're playing too much SL when..." examples. I had to add to comment on it multiple times because I would catch myself doing things.

Casandra Shilova said...

Grocery stores seem to bring out the worst in people right before a holiday.

However I was in a different type of shop today and strangers were wishing me a Happy Thanksgiving with huge smiles on their faces.