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Old 09-14-2014, 09:15 PM   #21211
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Heh. This is the same guy who abandoned me at Walmart years ago when we were visiting Dad in Yuma, AZ. We'd walked over when it was light, and then he walked back to Dad's when it got dark. He forgot me. I kept having him paged, and finally found my way back in the dark. Needless to say, DH will never forget that! And nor should he.

Meeting by the rotisserie chicken sounds like a good idea!
ROFL!!! A leash sounds just right! Shrek won't let me out of his sight. In Costco, I park him buy the books and go pick up my meds, then we shop. That way he knows where I am and I know where he is, he won't wander off from the books.
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Old 09-14-2014, 09:18 PM   #21212
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I always regret separating from Rob in a store, he can fill a cart better than anyone I know. We call Target the $100 store, we can't seem to leave without spending $100

I really need to keep him in check in the club stores, that stuff adds up quick!
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Old 09-14-2014, 09:26 PM   #21213
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Costco's chickens are seasoned and the breast meat is always moist and flavorful (as are the legs).

When SO and I get separated in a store she calls me on my cell.
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What are you doing?

I tried that. DH had his cellphone off. He also almost locked his keys in the car. Thankfully I caught that in time.

I have a feeling the solution may be separate cars, separate shopping carts.
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Andy, Spike always get the leftover rotisserie MB chickens for Teddy. I only will get a thigh or leg for chicken salad. So for me, if it cold, that is fine by me. I never get a hot one because I hate the white breast meat on any bird. It would all go to waste. So what makes Costco's so special? Do they season theirs?
I think that it's mostly the price, they are similar in flavor to the ones at my store, but we charge $8.50 compared to $4.99 at costco for the same size.

Thing I like about rotisserie chickens is that they come to the store pre-brined so they are juicy even the breast is super juicy.
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This evening I had dinner with my younger daughter at a certified Neapolitan pizza restaurant in Worcester, MA. We had a great conversation and enjoyed the meal as well.
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Whenever we go to a large grocery store or Costco, if we might get separated, we make sure we both have our cell phones and that they are on.

Costco is exhausting if I bring Stirling. He doesn't go often, so he wants to see EVERYTHING.
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:34 PM   #21218
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Whenever we go to a large grocery store or Costco, if we might get separated, we make sure we both have our cell phones and that they are on.

Costco is exhausting if I bring Stirling. He doesn't go often, so he wants to see EVERYTHING.
Okay, you and Shrek go together and Stirling and I will go together, we'll meet at Buffalo Wild Wings in 4 hours.
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Okay, you and Shrek go together and Stirling and I will go together, we'll meet at Buffalo Wild Wings in 4 hours.
Sounds like a plan. If I remember correctly, you drive, right? Stirling doesn't, so that will be handy.
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Old 09-14-2014, 11:50 PM   #21220
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Sounds like a plan. If I remember correctly, you drive, right? Stirling doesn't, so that will be handy.
Yep, I drive...make sure he has a blindfold...don't want to scare him.
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