I think I’m in love!

September 17, 2011


On Saturday Lloyd had a Republican meeting in Lincoln, and Aaron and I drove in later to meet up with him for a movie. Afterwards we parted company so I could have some glorious shopping time! Lloyd opted out of the Lincoln Lutheran choir this year, and our weekends have been taken up with one thing or another, so I haven’t been to Target in weeks and weeks. It’s been brutal, I tell you.

They had a little display of these medical supplies that caught my eye. Each packet is about $3.50, but there was a whole big tablet of $2 off coupons, as well. I read the back of each one and almost died laughing.

They sold packets for insomnia, body aches, blisters and a package of bandages as well, but I’m trying to stave off my hoarding tendencies, so I resisted.

If you have several minutes to set aside, visit their website. It was a little frustratingly wonky when I tried to see the different menus , but definitely worth the laughs. Don’t forget to visit the “I’m bored” section!

After you’ve read the t-shirt option, tell me what your t-shirt would say.

I think my shirt would say help – I have a hard time staying focused what was I saying?

or perhaps, help – I want at job at the help company.

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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6 Responses to “I think I’m in love!”

  1. Brad Said on:

    Hahaha! The text on the packaging is hilarious! But the only time I would buy such a non-economical thing like that is while I was in an airport.

    I think my T-shirt would have to say: Help -- I can’t remember stuff. Who are you again?


  2. Mary Ellen Said on:

    Wanted: Tongue-in-Cheek Package Info Writer
    Sounds like a perfect summer job for a certain middle school teacher.
    With a little ghost writing and editing from his word-smithy wife.


  3. Kristi Said on:

    Help -- I don’t know what to put on this t-shirt.


  4. Beth Said on:

    I can’t get my hair color right.


  5. Peggy Said on:

    I can’t recoil everyday vocapulary words.


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