30 thoughts on “Stocking up on milk and bread”

  1. —why does everybody stock up on bread, milk and eggs before a snowstorm? Is there something about snow that makes people crave French toast?

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  2. Yes, you TOTALLY forgot the eggs — so your french toast is not going to be great.

    but i love the spirit in which this photo was taken, and applaud your exuberance and effort.

    as to why people run out and buy all the milk, bread and eggs, it is a mystery. I think it is an outright conspiracy between the titans of the grocery industry and the weather prognosticators.

    plus, you know that you’ll be trapped inside for a year, and they will NEVER bake bread or milk a cow again. EVER. We’re all gonna DIE without these products.

    as for me, near Boston today and expecting 18 inches of snow tomorrow, as long as we have enough vodka and cranberry… life is good.

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    • LOL… Sounds like you’re ready. I have a friend that lived in Cape Cod. You guys should be used to all that. Here, it seems that when we get a couple inches and they have special emergency weather programs and close most of the schools.

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  3. Snowing hard here too. I’m all stocked up on nachos, bacon, ketchup, and squirt cheese.
    But boy could I go for some French toast.

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  4. Alabama got more snow the other day than the past five years combined; they’re calling it the Snowpocalypse. Here in Chicago, they’re calling it Tuesday.

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  5. Let me ‘splain it again. Here in Georgia, we have weather like this so seldom that the state does not spend much money on snow removal. There are like 16 snow plows for the entire state. Then add the one inch of ice that fell on top of the snow and you have winter in the South…

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    • Hoverin’ by my suitcase, tryin’ to find a warm place to eat tonight
      Heavy snow fallin’, seems I hear your voice callin’ “It’s all right.”
      A French toast night in Georgia, a French toast night in Georgia
      It seems like it’s snowin’ all over the world
      I feel like it’s snowin’ all over the world
      Neon signs a-flashin’, shoppin’ ladies passin’ through the night
      A distant moanin’ of a train seems to play a syrupy refrain to the night
      A French toast night in Georgia, such a French toast night in Georgia
      Lord, I believe it’s snowin’ all over the world
      I feel like it’s snowin’ all over the world

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  6. Great photo, but why does it make me feel like it was taken in the 90’s, maybe 80’s?

    Live in MA and can’t wait to get 18″ of snow, actually would prefer about another 18″ on top of that.

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  7. ROFLMAO, I live in Texas(sans snow).
    I’ve never heard you’re supposed to rush all the supermarkets buying up eggs, milk, and bread like the Y2K virus is gonna get ya!!

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    • Oh yeah. And on the evening news they have a live report showing the empty shelves and the lines at the checkouts.

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    • It’s not that you’re supposed to, it’s just that everyone does. It’s so strange…happens everydamntime a winter storm warning is issued.

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    • I guess it’s one of those urban superstitions that we pass on to new generations regardless of validity.
      Egg and milk delivery trucks will be delayed a few hours due to weather, so buy ’em all out now!

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