random weirdness



You know your life is weird when your shopping list for the day consists solely of an IUD and cat food.
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17 Responses to random weirdness

  1. Juniper says:

    & if you get an IUD with dangling feathers – built-in cat-toy?

  2. no condoms that look like chocolate mints on that list?

  3. Umm… u can just buy those off the shelf there?

    Ugg… and umm… well.. u gonna put that in yourself? Feel free not to answer that.

  4. Tam says:

    Juniper had a most excellent suggestion. LOL

    I need kid food. This morning it was “Here is money, you'll have to buy your lunch.” Guess I should hit the grocery store soon, like tonight, or tomorrow? Soon, really. Happy shopping.

  5. Chris says:

    LOL! Read a blog post ages ago that had another great shopping list – 20 jars of meat baby food (for the picky, sickly kitty) and wine. Apparently the cashier looked at the blogger as if she was contemplating calling Child Protection services…

  6. Kris says:

    Juni! Don't even joke about that kind of thing! The boy kittens are obsessed with tampons – the greatest toy in the world, don't you know – and complete and utter terror has me pulling up the undies very quickly at times let me tell you.

    Katiebabs chook: I feel guilty for contributing to this new obsession of yours.

    Miranda: Nope. I had a script. And HELL NO I'm not doing that myself. Dear God.

  7. Kris says:

    Tam: I need to go shopping too. Basically the only thing in the cupboard now is cat food. LOL.

    Chris: Too funny. I've had sick kitties and know that it's all about how much alcohol you drink to get you through it. *g*

    Janna: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intrauterine_device. Mine is hormonal. It's for my chronic illness, not as a contraceptive. Unfortunately.

  8. Juniper says:

    Kris – you really shouldn't buy the catnip-scented tampons.

  9. Eyre says:

    I'm trying this again. Blogger doesn't want me to comment. 😦

    When I was in college, I used to run into the same guy every couple of weeks in the supermarket. He was always buying the same two things: a bag of dog food and a forty oz. beer. I think he must have had a lonely existence. At least he had a dog . . .

    We had a teacher-intern at my school a few years ago who kept talking about wanting to get an IUD in her arm. I could not get her to understand that an IUD meant intrauterine device and that what she was describing was Norplant. Needless to say, she didn't get the best teacher-intern grades from her supervisor.

  10. Ah, thanks for the explanation. And awww… I'm sorry.

  11. Kris says:

    Juni, oh. Is that what you think it might be?? My bad.

    Eyre: Maybe blogger has finally decided that I've gone too far and is punishing everyone else for it. LOL.

    “We had a teacher-intern at my school a few years ago who kept talking about wanting to get an IUD in her arm.”

    Can you imagine the doctor's face when she asked him/her for that? They'd be laughing about that story for years.

    Janna: It's life, mate. What doesn't kill you and all that. 🙂

  12. Well we all have those weird crazy days!!!

    I have a award for you Here

  13. Kris says:

    Renee, my problem is that I tend to have a lot of 'em. LOL.

    Thanks heaps for thinking of me! 🙂

  14. K. Z. Snow says:

    Sounds like things are looking up. 😉

    P.S. They sell IUDs in grocery stores down there? Like, in what aisle? (I just hope they don't come in Cracker Jack boxes.)

  15. nichem says:

    K, I'm still confused about the IUD . . . you can just go out to the store and pick those up? Here, you have to get them from the gyn who also has to insert them.

  16. Kris says:

    KZ & Richelle: Nope. You need a script to get them. A prescription from the doctor and you pick them up from the chemist/pharmacy. The doc/gynnie does the deed. You just bring the goods with you. They don't really keep drugs etc ready to hand at docs here. Make sense?

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