dollar general weekly ad january 1/11/2015 Around 30 minutes to the line, with only three people in front of you, your son or daughter converts his baguette crumbed face towards you, beams a massive look in your direction and delicately claims his freshly discovered word: marmite.
And you realise with utter terror that in your frustration to have that torturous searching journey around with as rapidly as humanely probable, you've neglected the most important ingredient of one's toddlers diet and now you have the unenviable choice between causing your son or daughter in the cost of the multiple pierced, extended haired chap behind you, who is intensely nodding his head and champing his nicotine gum in time and energy to something incomprehensible he is hearing, although you produce a frenzied splash looking for the marmite, just when the checkout operative chooses to increase because their very nearly time and energy to get home, or can you get home your self minus the most important item. Round five fully and absolutely unsuccessful!
Photograph that world instead: freshly brewed cuppa available close to the couch, notebook snuggled on your knee and toddler is in bed. Round one effectively completed.
You have previously in the offing the weekly selection and have a well-prepared set of items that you'll require to buy, so following a well-earned chocolate biscuit and sip of tea, you happily press to pick the items that you require. Round two effectively completed.