Saturday, December 24, 2011

On grocery shopping in the Midwest

It's not like the people on the West Coast are in some way inseparably different from people in the Midwest.  It's just that the two peoples pride themselves on very different things.

White bread.  Made much less white.
I don't know if it's the fact that most of the fruits and vegetables are grown on the West Coast, but we do tend to value them more than the Midwest.  Truly, we provide the Midwest with our unwanted produce during the winter months when growing is impossible in most of the rest of the country.  So, maybe its just easier to like our beautiful, happy produce on the west side, as opposed to the stuff that crawls its way to the middle.

Yo, dawg. We heard you liked bread so we put some
bread in yo' bread so you can bread while you bread.

Maybe it's just the "Meat and Potatoes" culture in the Midwest that makes it super-cool to eat the world's largest cheese burger in 30 minutes or less in order to gain eternal glory.

Just in case there's any confusion,
These are Babyback Rib flavored chips.
Whatever it is... I can tell you that its different out here.

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