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Sun May 3, 2020, 12:42 PM

A large number of men are doing the grocery shopping

I've noticed that quite a few men are grocery shopping. Never seen it before. They are wearing masks and wiping down the shopping carts! It is so good to see that everyone in the family is taking this virus seriously.

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Reply A large number of men are doing the grocery shopping (Original post)
Blueplanet May 2020 OP
jimfields33 May 2020 #1
VarryOn May 2020 #2
DavidDvorkin May 2020 #3
KPN May 2020 #8
Blueplanet May 2020 #12
KPN May 2020 #18
Totally Tunsie May 2020 #33
KPN May 2020 #34
TheCowsCameHome May 2020 #4
Amishman May 2020 #7
dixiegrrrrl May 2020 #20
Renew Deal May 2020 #5
murielm99 May 2020 #6
MineralMan May 2020 #9
Polybius May 2020 #10
MineralMan May 2020 #71
Blueplanet May 2020 #15
Kaleva May 2020 #52
Bernardo de La Paz May 2020 #11
Blueplanet May 2020 #16
GopherGal May 2020 #21
TheCowsCameHome May 2020 #54
Bernardo de La Paz May 2020 #55
TheCowsCameHome May 2020 #57
Bernardo de La Paz May 2020 #58
TheCowsCameHome May 2020 #59
Marrah_Goodman May 2020 #13
Retrograde May 2020 #14
Blueplanet May 2020 #22
silverweb May 2020 #17
Blueplanet May 2020 #23
shockey80 May 2020 #19
Blueplanet May 2020 #27
KT2000 May 2020 #24
RB TexLa May 2020 #25
cwydro May 2020 #31
Blueplanet May 2020 #32
RB TexLa May 2020 #44
Codeine May 2020 #66
seaglass May 2020 #70
asiliveandbreathe May 2020 #26
Blueplanet May 2020 #35
asiliveandbreathe May 2020 #36
cwydro May 2020 #28
abqtommy May 2020 #29
Blueplanet May 2020 #38
abqtommy May 2020 #60
cayugafalls May 2020 #30
Blueplanet May 2020 #41
cayugafalls May 2020 #45
Blueplanet May 2020 #47
Roland99 May 2020 #37
Blueplanet May 2020 #40
Roland99 May 2020 #61
Retrograde May 2020 #72
GusBob May 2020 #39
Xolodno May 2020 #42
Kaleva May 2020 #53
Aristus May 2020 #43
In It to Win It May 2020 #46
Blueplanet May 2020 #51
mainer May 2020 #48
Vinca May 2020 #49
Blueplanet May 2020 #50
jmg257 May 2020 #56
TomSlick May 2020 #62
Blueplanet May 2020 #63
TomSlick May 2020 #64
Olafjoy May 2020 #65
Codeine May 2020 #67
In_The_Wind May 2020 #68
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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 12:46 PM

1. Nice anecdotal outlook

I actually see husband and wives a good bit.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 12:48 PM

2. That's the way we are in my household....

I'm making the runs to find items Walmart pickup has been unable to fill.

Guess we like the potential of danger!

I rarely go to the grocery store, unless I'm going to grill or fire up the smoker. I trust no one to pick out the meat!

I've noticed more men, too. They usually are staring intently into a crumpled list they've been sent with. At some point, the look up, and you can read the thought bubble above their head: "Now, where the hell would cherry extract be?" Happened to me!

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 12:51 PM

3. I've been doing all the grocery shopping for decades

And I'm used to seeing other men in the grocery store.

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Response to DavidDvorkin (Reply #3)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:09 PM

8. Ditto. There are quite a few regulars that I bump into and know here in my small town when

I go to the supermarket. Nothing new for me or a number 0of men here. My wife has always done the cooking, I've always done the shopping (40+ years) -- it works well for us!

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Response to KPN (Reply #8)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:25 PM

12. What a blessing.

That is very special. I'm sure your wife is very proud.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #12)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:54 PM

18. I don't know about proud, but happy, yes.

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Response to KPN (Reply #8)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:13 PM

33. It's usually easy to tell the regulars from the newbies.

The regulars know where their needed items are located. The non-regulars are on their cell phones phoning home to "Honey" to get further instruction as to where their items are located, what might be substituted, or "Why do we need that anyway?".

This might be the only time men actually ask for directions! (Sorry Guys, an old trope, I know, but it kinda' fits.)

My older son does all the grocery shopping for his family, and always has. He enjoys it. He'll call each week to see if I need anything, but since he lives 20 minutes away, I hate to ask him to drop off a tomato or similar. I'm still working on my frozen and pantry stock - it's just fresh produce on my list now. I'll save his services for those times when I need heavy items moved or taken to the recycling center.

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Response to Totally Tunsie (Reply #33)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:31 PM

34. You are exactly right. Kudos to your son. I have

pretty much always enjoyed it myself. When our kids were little it was almost like personal time. And it always felt good to help my wife with the household - still does. Plus it takes care of my canít sit still energy.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 12:53 PM

4. I don't want my wife to go, so I do.

She reads every label and ingredient content on every package.

I want to get in, fill the cart, and get out like I'm in a marathon, especially now that stores are limited to the number of shoppers allowed in at any given time.

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Response to TheCowsCameHome (Reply #4)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:07 PM

7. Same, we used to do it together, now I go alone

We write the list together. I buy everything on the list as quickly as possible, then i leave.

Only grocery shopping every three weeks now instead of every one and a half to two.

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Response to TheCowsCameHome (Reply #4)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:00 PM

20. Lol at ya....


Mr. Dixie shops, and does the same reading, I am all for it.

Actually, he has been shopping for quite awhile before the plague. I do the cooking and most housework.

He sez "family units" are returning to clog up the store aisles again, after an absence of about 2 weeks.

Lots of signs around that people are ready to get out of the house.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 12:53 PM

5. I noticed it in mid March

Lots more men in the supermarkets. I think itís an instinctive thing.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:01 PM

6. We take turns going out.

Quite often, when it is my husband's turn to go out, it is time for a grocery store run. I trust him more these days to get the right products. He is gaining experience.

Now that we are home more, he usually does the dishes. I do the cooking. We didn't have all our meals at home before the virus.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:14 PM

9. I've been doing all of the shopping for years.

I do the cooking, too, so it makes sense for me to shop.

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Response to MineralMan (Reply #9)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:16 PM

10. So you buy it, cook it, and she eats it

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Nice, I'm jealous.

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Response to Polybius (Reply #10)

Sun May 3, 2020, 08:19 PM

71. Well, we both eat it. I'm a better cook.

Division of labor, I guess.

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Response to MineralMan (Reply #9)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:32 PM

15. Good for you MineralMan

You're a very special person. I saw your post about your parents. You are blessing to them.

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Response to MineralMan (Reply #9)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:45 PM

52. Same with me.

As I cook most meals, it makes sense I do the shopping as I know what's needed. My wife does the baking so she'll tell me what she needs added to the shopping list .

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:23 PM

11. In 2020, a sanitizing wipe gives more protection than an AR-15

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Response to Bernardo de La Paz (Reply #11)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:41 PM

16. Sanitizing wipes are more powerful than

an AR-15 when you are dealing with a pandemic.

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Response to Bernardo de La Paz (Reply #11)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:08 PM

21. The AR-15 is easier to buy in many states

unfortunately.

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Response to Bernardo de La Paz (Reply #11)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:47 PM

54. Consider that line stolen.

I will use it wisely. Thank you very much.

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Response to TheCowsCameHome (Reply #54)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:49 PM

55. I'm honoured anytime someone uses a line I post in DU. But some are not original. That one is. . .nt

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Response to Bernardo de La Paz (Reply #55)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:55 PM

57. Nice job. I hope it goes viral.

Especially appropriate to rattle some of the 2A cages.

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Response to TheCowsCameHome (Reply #57)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:57 PM

58. Can also be varied: "In 2020, a face mask gives more protection than an AR-15". . . nt

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Response to Bernardo de La Paz (Reply #58)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:01 PM

59. You're on a roll....

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:26 PM

13. My bf is the only one who leaves the house here

He is incredibly, almost overly conscientious about wiping everything down including himself. He is the only one that touches the bags, he wipes everything down and puts it all away. All myself and his housemate do is add things to the shopping list.

He also normally does all the shopping anyway because his housemate is agoraphobic and doesn't go to stores, but when I am visiting I used to run out for things. Not this time! LOL

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:32 PM

14. My husband has been doing most of the shopping

I had surgery the week before the lockdown started here so he decided to do it the first weeks. I finally went shopping last week: it felt like a special treat to be out and talking face to face with another actual person! I'd guess about 2/3 of the shoppers were women.

Pre-plague, household shopping was done by whoever was going to be near our favorite grocery store that day.

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Response to Retrograde (Reply #14)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:12 PM

22. Hope all is well after your surgery Retrograde

It feels very good to get out and talk face to face with another person-even though you are wearing a mask.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:49 PM

17. Yes.

My son is doing all my shopping, as I'm sure a lot of other loving sons are doing for their mothers.


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Response to silverweb (Reply #17)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:21 PM

23. silverweb-our sons are stepping up!

It does my heart good. We can be proud of our children.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 01:57 PM

19. My wife is really worried about getting the virus.

 

So I do a lot of the shopping to help her out. It's not a big sacrifice.

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Response to shockey80 (Reply #19)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:58 PM

27. You are willing to take on that virus

in order to protect you wife. That is saying a lot! Good for you.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:30 PM

24. noticed that here too

they are wearing masks too.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:39 PM

25. Everyone in the family?

Are you making the assumption that every man you see has a family?

Is there some thought that we are some how too weak or too stupid to live on our own?

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Response to RB TexLa (Reply #25)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:04 PM

31. Thank you.

This thread is astounding.

Pity all of us poor weak women donít have a brave man to shop for us.

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Response to RB TexLa (Reply #25)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:09 PM

32. No RB TexLa

You are not too weak or too stupid to live on your own. And, I am not making the assumption that every man has a family. If there is something we can do to help, let us know.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #32)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:53 PM

44. I need no help. There is nothing a woman can do for me that I

Canít do for myself.

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Response to RB TexLa (Reply #25)

Sun May 3, 2020, 07:04 PM

66. I don't shop with you. nt

 

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Response to Codeine (Reply #66)

Sun May 3, 2020, 07:39 PM

70. OMG

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 02:49 PM

26. Hubby knows he wasn't allowed in a grocery store..his reputation for cookies,

cakes, ice cream, and candy filling the shopping bags..I always did the grocery shopping..until this crap happened - he is in his glory..with the pretense for doing the shopping so as to protect me..LOL..he did say passionately he doesn't want me to get sick...I believe him, 'cause if he doesn't, we have NO groceries..(mind you, it has been 37 years)

Anyway, I was feeling guilty this week, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer a year ago, finished radiation last Sept..9 weeks, 5 days a week..his PSA is coming down tremendously..but still, I feel his immunity has been compromised..so I ordered groceries, I went over for Pick up..first time..went rather well..

3 items not available..one being my attempt to get him his goodies, eclairs..don't worry,he has plenty of cake, cookies, and ice cream from his last swing through the aisles..Humor is our best friend...

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Response to asiliveandbreathe (Reply #26)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:39 PM

35. asiliveandbreathe

He is shopping for you now in order to protect you. Apparently, you have been together for 37 years-it says a lot.
Hope all goes well and he recovers from prostate cancer.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #35)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:45 PM

36. As I said..humor is our best friend..thank you for the good wishes...Blueplanet..

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:00 PM

28. Makes no sense since men are apparently more susceptible.

Iíve not noticed any difference in the amount of men I see.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:01 PM

29. I think it ties in with the old maritime emergency code of "women and children first" (to safety).

Face it, men are expendable. They are soldiers and take risks that put them in harm's way.

I go out to shop. I'm an old guy and my son that lives with me is at-risk due to being overweight. He hasn't been outside our apartment for months now. I'm a man and that's what we do...

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Response to abqtommy (Reply #29)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:50 PM

38. No-abqtommy

Last edited Sun May 3, 2020, 06:25 PM - Edit history (1)

Men are not expendable. Mankind exists because of men like you. We are able to exist because of the sacrifices that men like you have made.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #38)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:02 PM

60. Thanks for your perspective...

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:02 PM

30. I've been doing the shopping since this started.

Since this started, I don't go in stores here in Houston, so I do pickup. I get most of the stuff I order so it works OK.

I also cook more often as well and do dishes and cleaning as much as possible. I don't work, so that helps keep me busy. I have to support my wife as much as I can. She works from home and anything I can do to ease her burden is a no brainer.

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Response to cayugafalls (Reply #30)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:27 PM

41. cayugafalls

What are some your favorite dishes?

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #41)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:58 PM

45. We eat a lot of stir fry.

My wife is Chinese and I have been cooking for her almost 27 years. I used my skills in the beginning to make Hot and Sour Soup and Egg Drop soup, I bought a Chinese cookbook and made sure she never went hungry. I think that may be why she married me, lol.

She took over cooking when I started working a lot back in the early 2000's, but now I am semi retired so I cook and clean for her as much as possible.

I also am starting to bake more. I made cakes for both my own and my son's birthday last month and I am making bread, rolls, etc.

I guess there is no hard and fast list of favorite dishes. Stir Fries are pretty easy to improvise and I am a pretty good at quick Asian sauces to enhance the dish.

Tonight, I am mixing it up, we are having roast chicken with baby gold potatoes and gravy with a salad and mug brownies for dessert.

Oh yea, I really like to do pulled pork in the Crock pot. it comes out really tender and has so many uses.

What about you? Favorites?

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Response to cayugafalls (Reply #45)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:24 PM

47. Made a sirloin tip roast

Marinated the roast - then baked the roast in a hot oven for about 30 minutes-lowered the temperature to 250 degrees and let the roast bake in the oven for about 2 hours. Medium rare. Seasoned rice. Delicious!

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:46 PM

37. My wife had foot surgery end of Feb and she has asthma

Iíve been doing 99% of the shopping

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Response to Roland99 (Reply #37)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:19 PM

40. Shopping Experience

What has it been like to do the shopping?

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #40)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:37 PM

61. Not bad. Other than our usual paper towels/meat, haven't had a problem getting what we normally eat

Found chicken a few times at Publix at a good price but havenít seen lean ground beef under $6.99/lb yet.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #40)

Sun May 3, 2020, 10:55 PM

72. Spotty

As of last week, meat, dairy, and produce were readily available (although meat is not cheap), but pastas, tomato sauces, and beans were pretty depleted. No bulk items at all, and weird shortages of other things. It didn't help that I hadn't been in that particular store in 2 months and they had re-arranged everything

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 03:50 PM

39. Ya from the sound of things its a good idea

Theres old men hanging out in the parking lots after they shop watching people

Just for grins I guess

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:44 PM

42. I first read this as "large men doing shopping"

...I'm a large man and do a lot of grocery shopping, whats wrong with that?

Then I re-read the title.

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Response to Xolodno (Reply #42)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:47 PM

53. My habit of switching words in the title's of OPs often leads to disappointment.

when I find out that what's actually written is not as interesting as I first thought.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 04:47 PM

43. I've been doing the grocery shopping for me and Mrs. Aristus for twenty years.

She doesn't like shopping for groceries.

Clothes, shoes and yarn, sure. But groceries? That's what she has me for.

I like it.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:06 PM

46. Going to the grocery store is the highlight of everyone's day

It's not so much a chore anymore. There's nothing else to do.

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Response to In It to Win It (Reply #46)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:42 PM

51. Exactly-I enjoy going out to the grocery store

I look forward to it.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:25 PM

48. My household too

Hubby likes to shop. I donít.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:26 PM

49. Wow - I must tell my husband to read this thread. LOL.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:35 PM

50. I can't wait to get to the farmer's market

To get fresh tomatoes, lettuce, onions, greens, fruit, etc. Some markets have cheese, cured meats.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 05:51 PM

56. It was frantic back in Feb/eArly March, now if you

Time it right and, though it takes a while, can be almost relaxing.


Gets me out of all the yard work for a bit!

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:44 PM

62. I've taken on the shopping duties.

My concern is that Herself would tell-off some dumb Trumpster going to wrong way down the clearly marked aisles, with no mask, and children running around.

I figure half of those dumb bastards are packing heat and I don't need her pissing off one of them.

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Response to TomSlick (Reply #62)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:48 PM

63. Packing heat!

I hope not.

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Response to Blueplanet (Reply #63)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:57 PM

64. Your age or mine is showing.

In mobster phraseology, a gun was a called "heat" or "a heater." Someone packing heat was carrying a gun.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 06:59 PM

65. Yup

Hubbie doing the shopping and cooking in our house, too. He is off work and my job is crazy right now. We switched roles. His shopping is great. He buys lots of treats!!🍪🥨🍦🧁🍭🍩

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 07:06 PM

67. Meh, I always do the shopping.

 

My wife works nights so itís easier for me, than for her, and I hate looking for something in a cupboard only to find it was forgotten on the last shopping trip.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 07:14 PM

68. The things he forgets, I order for curbside pickup.

Or, wearing a mask, soot into a store at off hours. Teamwork.

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Response to Blueplanet (Original post)

Sun May 3, 2020, 07:30 PM

69. Stay home with the kids

who are out of school or go grocery shopping. Perhaps some men prefer shopping.

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