Colin Timothy Gagnon (sacredspud) wrote,
Colin Timothy Gagnon

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I love Big Lots (and Chinese Food)

I had some fun with my scanner this evening as a result of a couple of things that happened this afternoon.

First I went to Big Lots on my lunchbreak with the intention of purchasing some new Venetian blinds for my windows. Does Venitian get capitalized? Who knows? I found some, they were inexpensive, and I just finished hanging them up. Regardless. Kyle said recently that he loves Big Lots simply for the variety of foods they have that nobody else will ever carry. Looking for Pineapple Onion Spam? They've got it at Big Lots. X-Men Froot Twisties (whatever those are)? They've got them at Big Lots. Chocolate-covered sardines? Doubtful, but I wouldn't put it past them.

Anyway, I didn't look at food today, but I did check out the "fine" selection of CDs, where I found something with this sticker:

That's right! Remember that guy who had the album that charted awhile ago? He's back with a new CD that's so good, it costs $3.00 and comes with a bonus disc! Wowee zowee! Um, oddly enough, it was a CD I would have purchased anyway. Even more unlikely is this little logo, which adorns all kinds of stuff in the store:

Kids, I didn't make that up. I showed the box to xoshua when I got home, and he thought it was pretty freakin' hilarious. I think I'm gonna be saving it for awhile, in case anybody wants to verify that it's real.

After Big Lots, I returned to work and found the Chinese food I'd ordered waiting for me. This is the fortune I received:

My assumption is that they print out sheets of these things, and that it was miscut by a machine, but in the back of my mind I wish it had been intentional. Finally, here's one from a couple of years ago that I'm never throwing away:
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