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Scouting out guys at the grocery store.

 
 
littlek
 
Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:51 pm
So, ehBeth and I have been emailing about how to tell single guys from coupled guys at the grocery store by what they have in their baskets. It's gotten me thinking about shopping styles and such. So, anyone who'll post answers to these Qs would be helping me in my quest for knowledge (it's gone beyond picking up guys).

1. Age (-ish)
2. Gender (in case we don't already know)
3. married/single/coupled
4. Typical grocery list
5. Typical method of collecting groceries
6. Typical time/day to go to the grocery store.

what else should we know?


Thanks!
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:53 pm
I wondered how long it'd take to get that here. Very Happy
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patiodog
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:53 pm
What they have in their basket? Dunno. Look for a lipstick ring? Seems like a pretty forward way to go about things.
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:54 pm
hahaha, you saw it here before you saw it in the email didn't you? Ya wanna go first?
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:54 pm
pdog such a dawg
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patiodog
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:57 pm
Here's a pointer: if he's got feminine hygiene products, he's taken but probably at a point where he's takeable, too.
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 08:58 pm
Yes, femprods are a give away.
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Craven de Kere
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:01 pm
1) 23
2) Female
3) single
4)
chicken (frozen boobs)
bread
pasta
tomatoe sauce
ground beef
ground turkey
tomatoe paste
whole stewed tomatoes
garlic
onions
whatever spices I am missing
peanut buttuer
mayo
tabasco (got the smoked chipotele version last time)
eggs
cheese (usually cheddar but I also get philly and a cheese called "port wine" that I really like)
wine
milk
butter
olive oil
rice (not instant crap)
bacon (usually turkey bacon but not by choice)
triscuits
wheat thins

5) In several clicks I will have my standard order prepared online. I do the shopping in 3 minutes this way. A really hot gal delivers it the next day.

6) If I ever go, it's usually just for milk and such, so I go around 7 on weekdays or weekends. it's not uncommon for me to go at 3 a.m. though either.
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Craven de Kere
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:03 pm
Forgot beer. That's a staple. sometimes I get rice bowls too but I have no idea why. They always go bad so I'll prolly stop gettin' them.
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:14 pm
so craven orders a 23 year old single female with his groceries? things are verra different in california.
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mac11
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:23 pm
I love how helpless some men look in the produce section.

And then there are the poor married guys on their cells asking the wife for a decision about what to buy. Rolling Eyes
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:26 pm
I've met some very nice men in the produce section at a grocery store. I spent a couple of very nice years with one of them.
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Craven de Kere
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:28 pm
ehBeth, nah, no need to order the femfolk as they are the ones who deliver the food.
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:31 pm
hey pdog, type up and post your grocery list. Thanks.

Thanks Craven (and though this isn't about nutrition, I had to notice that there were no green vegies in your list).
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mikey
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:33 pm
1. 40+
2. male
3. single
4. short, sweet and fast. artery choking stuff.
bacon, eggs, butter, bread, sausage, red meat.
5. you know which aisles, what you're after, where
the stuff you want is, carry a half empty basket
or push an empty cart around, and be in and out
in less than 10 minutes.
6. when the parking lot is empty.
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:34 pm
Thanks mikey.
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Ceili
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:39 pm
I have noticed that gay men have the neatest grocery carts. Every single item is placed just so. Single men tend to toss things in willy nilly. Kinda like the batchelor pads of shopping. Single men also seem to buy a lot of BBQ cuts of meat - vegetarians aside.
Married men buy more bulk items.
These are just observations from my neck of the woods.
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Craven de Kere
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:42 pm
My cousin gets the greens and fruits. Produce in America is as good as English in Japan. I've lost what little interest I had. At least I can get triscuits again, and good milk.

If I were to buy the produce I'd buy:

banannas
lettus (iceberg)
cabbage (then I'd buy soy sauce as well for yaki soba)
oranges
apples
cashews
dried fruits (various)
cantalope (prefer the taste of honey dew but prefer the color of cantalope)
cilantro
parsely
leeks
jalapenos
tomatoes
mushrooms
broccoli
cauliflower
brussel sprouts
asparagus
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littlek
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:42 pm
Thanks Ceili
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mikey
 
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Reply Sun 26 Oct, 2003 09:48 pm
that's a riot Ceili, i see that here too what you said about gay men. cracked me up.

i wonder why a loaf of bread looks half the size it was when i get home...i'm gonna have to pay more attention.
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