I can not stand jello. It doesn't matter what flavor, I hate it. All of it. There is never room for jello. Nastiness! Just watching it jiggle makes me gag and if it actually goes in my mouth, I promise you I will vomit. I do not know how people eat it. And those congealed salads that are made from jello? Ugh. Just saying the word "congealed" makes my stomach tighten. Could that seriously sound any less appetizing? No congealed salad for me, thanks. I remember when my Mom figured out how to make jello jigglers. Does anyone remember those? Ugh. She thought they were so cute. Jello jigglers. I'm picturing it and I'm gagging. Nope, I can't do it. People keep telling me that someday I'll have to eat it. Or I'll have to make it for Grant and watch him eat it. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that that day never comes.
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I hate Walmart. I dread going in there and generally it is only out of desperation. I don't hate it for the same reasons that you hear other people say they hate it. I've heard people say they don't shop there because of how the company treats it's employees and so on. Perhaps it sounds heartless, but I don't care about that. It can't be all that bad since they're taking over the world, right? No, my reason is simple. People transform when they enter Walmart. They lose every ounce of politeness in there. It's like they shed their manners at the door. You walk through those automated doors, past the 107 year old greeter, and into a world of shopping cart drag racing, tug-o-wars over the last remaining Tickle Me Elmo, and a meat section that scares the crap out of you because you wonder if that package of chicken you're looking at was in someone's cart and then they decided they couldn't afford that AND pork rinds so they left that chicken somewhere in the automotive section. I don't like Walmart and I try very hard to stay away. The problem with Walmart? Sometimes I don't want to go to three different stores to get what I need. So I go there...and ruin my day.