Saturday, December 13, 2008

The search for a sucker

McKinley's drama class presented their showcase this week. For one small, tiny, little, miniscule part she needed a sucker. Not a Dum-Dum, but a big swirly old-fashioned one.

I looked at Wal-Mart and Target but couldn't find one. Any other kind of sucker, it was there.

My last chance? The store I don't like to go to. Where I'm a minority. Where I don't understand any of the announcements or words in the music being played. And where I certainly don't want to walk by the meat department.

They have obscure things so I thought I had a shot. We searched all over and finally found a unique candy area. I couldn't read any of the titles but figured out the things on the stick weren't suckers but chocolate covered marshmallows in the shape of a foot.


I also found these.

Those would be fish, and shrimp.

Dried apparently.

Let's process this.

They're in the candy area.

Are they sweet?

Are they necessary?

Anyone out there know?


Kristie said...

Ha! I know what store you were at! :)

I would have gone to Cracker Barrel, I'm pretty sure they have them there. And then I would have eaten some chicken and dumplings, just because I was there.

Ling's Photography said...

They DO have them at Cracker Barrel. I saw them over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Tyler said...

Sorry I didn't realize Ling was logged in when I made that last comment.