Sunday, April 6, 2008

HOW DID I SPEND THIS MUCH MONEY?

My big goal for today was to retrieve a bunch of kitchen shit from my Father's storage unit. See, Roomie owns all the pots, pans, dishes, forks and such and we planned on moving that stuff out today, and my Father's surplus kitchen stuff in.

Once I got to the storage locker, I quickly realized why my brother had not been returning my calls. It seems he got there before I did, and took all the kitchen shit for his new place. Damn. I then went to Target thinking I would only drop around $50 on new kitchen shit.

That was not the case...
Fuck! When I was in line I realized I would break the $100 barrier, but I didn't think I would get so close to the $200 barrier. Damn you Target! I bought some non-essential things, but still!

At the least, the new shower head is going to be awesome. And I finally have matching plates and glasses.

And the Cubs won today! WOOT!

7 comments:

jere-bear said...

stop spending money at target, and get hbo. at least cable. on another note, my boys are 0-6 now. i can't fucking believe it. baby jesus has never cried so much. make it stop guy from chicago. (for emphasis) make it stop!

The [Cherry] Ride said...

Salad plates? Soooo gay.

Anonymous said...

Money well spent dude, the gay guy living with a girl works best on t.v. Once the girl and cats are gone you will seem less schizotypal to potential mates, and your mojo will return.

Anonymous said...

Money well spent dude, the gay guy living with a girl works best on t.v. Once the eccentric girl and cats are gone you will seem less schizotypal to potential mates, and your mojo will return.

Cooper said...

I have a theory that it is universally impossible to venture into Target without spending at least $100. It's like a black hole of household essentials.

dailybriefing said...

high sales taxes in chicago. yikes.

David said...

Cook County -and then the city- seem to work in tandem to ream its citizens.

But hey, I live in California now, so I trade one high tax for another.

Still, it was 97 yesterday when it was only 37 in the the old home town, with huge snowflakes, according to Mr. Skilling.