A Very Whole Foods Experience

I had a plan when I moved, but that seems pointless now. I just want to live beyond my means, and shop at Whole Foods. Is that too much to ask?

part of embracing suburban life is accepting ‘overly priced atmospheric’ food store’s. There ‘s different one ever corner. Just like psychic’s in big cities.

In cites people are desperate to know their fate. In the suburbs people are desperate for quality groceries!

Whole Foods at night, its a very different experience than Whole foods during the day. Beginning with the parking lot, things are calmer.

There are more employees than people in the store, and their all on their phones or socializing. It made me wonder if I should submit an application.

Like most places just about to close, the employees are loosing it.

Fun fact: Whole Foods is open from 7am to 10pm. That would make anyone insane.

When I was younger I hated the suburbs. But now I feel alive in them. Everyone seems to comfortable, and calm, and happy, and clean. People don’t scowl at each other on the street. People have families here, they go to PTA meetings.

They shop at Whole Foods. I love Whole Foods. Especially at night. Whole Foods during the day makes me feel like I am going to get killed before I enter.

People are pushy in the parking lot. I can only imagine what it’s like to the people who work there.

Trader Joe’s has a different type of client. I am not saying their better or worse I am just saying their different. That’s all.

See, this is what the suburbs does to you.

You complain about things that do not matter. Trader Joe’s or Whole Foods.

It doesn’t matter!

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