This weekend I went cross-border shopping in Watertown with a friend of mine. I took some random snapshots of the day and some of the fun things we found.
As a Canadian, there are certain things that excited me. Most of the American readers of this blog would likely find these less-than-thrilling...
I went to the Olive Garden. For the first time ever, after enduring years of commercials featuring tasty pasta dishes. It lived up to the expectations! Breaded mozza sticks? Best food of life. Highlight of the day, by far.
I went to Big Lots and bought some peeps for $1. Firstly, it's awesome there's a store called Big Lots. Secondly, I bought lots of things for $1 here. Thirdly, I just ate all these peeps right now.
Also I found myself some Vanilla Coke. Why the heck did this comeback not make it up to Canada?!
"Hefty Hefty Hefty"... We don't have this brand in Canada, and I always laugh at how ridiculous these commercials are. And then I found a cereal called Koo-kies. Probably the best cereal ever. Probably a guarantee for diabetes. But I'm sure it tastes incredible!
Parking for a horse & buggy. Never ever seen this before. And the stoplights and signs hang on wires! This begs the question... what happens when it's windy? How are you supposed to know the left-turn lane from the go-straight lane? Do they ever move? Please, someone enlighten me. I am curious!
Apparently Walmart holds "the only way to crown your throne": Toilet Tattoos <-- most random/weird/hilarious find of the day. And I am officially a Max-inista!