Monday, May 23, 2005

Tie a red ribbon 'round the old shopping cart

Kyle alerted me to this over the weekend. And as the self-proclaimed spokesperson for single people everywhere, I felt it was my duty to blog it:

Wal-Mart Stores Introduce Singles Nights

That kinda reminds me of one of the skits on Whose Line: And we all remember that retail favorite, "Tie a Red Ribbon Round Ye Olde Shopping Carte." So now while you're shopping for groceries, household items, toilet paper, and such, you might also pickup a lifetime companion. Just make sure you scan the barcode to see how expensive she is before you reach the checkout line. Seriously, I don't think it's a bad idea. I've always found Wal-Mart to be a good location to meet women, especially the produce, dairy, frozen foods, and health and beauty sections ;-)

"I remember when you used to be shy. Yeah, once we were so fine, you and I. Now why you gotta make it so hard on me..."

9 comments:

  1. Heck, I wish they did that around here! It would be the perfect place to meet men!

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  2. Yeah I wish they would do that here.

    When you get to be "our age" it's incredibly difficult to meet quality people.

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  3. I'm sure eventually they will do it here. Seems like it would work in theory, because Wal-Mart, that's real life, real people, buying Maalox, tube socks, and batteries.

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  4. Wal-Mart and Supermarkets seem to be the only places I get hit on. What does that mean??

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  5. I think that's because those are the only places guys like me encounter decent girls. Well, besides the park when I'm running. But I'm always afraid I'll get maced there.

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  6. Are u kidding who would hurt a sweet and cute guy.If they hurt my bonester they will definitely hear from me.

    oh on the marriage of garth and trish , garth needs to go back to sandy she loved that man.She forgave him when he told her he had been with another freind. SHE gave hime 3 children. To me he had it all but for some reason he didn't think so .

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  7. Another friend, huh? lol That's an interesting term for it.

    I'm glad you've got my back. Thanks.

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  8. Is that really what I have to look forward to now?! Date night at Walmart... well, I've tried the online thing, and that got me a broken engagement, so I guess it would be worth a try... ;)

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  9. Broken engagement. Been there, done that.

    See ya at Wal-Mart.

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