Dear Home Depot, I see you have a few benches in the middle of the parking lot. I never see anyone sit on the benches, in the middle of the parking lot, surrounded by cars and shopping carts. I would love to have them in the store so when I go into the store with my husband and he looks at endless tools and boards and I get so bored waiting for him and there is never any place to sit down while I wait. If I have to go outside to sit on a bench, I will wait in my car.
I love your lemonade flavor. I had it today and it tastes like the lemonade at the mall where the girls stand there with their striped shirts and hats and pound lemons to make their fresh lemonade. I love that it only costs 10 cents at Winco. Walmart sells it for 20 cents a pack. Guess what Walmart, I am going to buy it at Winco.
Dear Food Network,
I find it disturbing that you have a cooking show called $10 dinners and the lady cooking those cheap dinners is cooking it on a stove that costs $9,000 and she has two of them in her kitchen so that is like $18,000. The blue kitchen in the 2008 shows. Melissa Darabia goes on and on about how she buys the milk that is about to expire for half the price and gets all her stuff on sale cheap. Why does she not have a stove like everyone else does. If she cooks on those stainless steel commercial stoves, 8 burners, thick grates, with two ovens, she does not need to be cooking $10 meals. She cooked her $4 pork roast in a Le Creuset cast iron pot, the big one that costs $360. (I just looked up the price.) All of her cookware is expensive and she goes on and on about how cheap her meal cost. It is not realistic for the home cook.