Okay, one amazing experience is taking someone who's really really old to Costco. I took my dad there last Wednesday as he wanted to have a cookout for the 4th of July. So, I had to take him there as he can't find Costco on his own. We found the steaks. Now, I'd have been over at the hot dog department cause there ain't no way I'd be paying nine bucks for some steak--that's each steak was nine bucks.. He doesn't think much about the price and we soon have a pack of steaks in the cart.
Then we go over to the ice cream area. You had to buy two half gallons of vanilla ice cream. No, we can't do that because it'll melt. Okay. but you wanted ice cream? Then we go and get cranberry juice. You have to buy two jugs--they're attached to each other. "That's too much cranberry juice." Okay, so I said I'll put it back then put it in his cart and he didn't notice. Then we went to get corn. They had packs of eight ears. "That's too much corn." Okay, but you wanted corn. Then we got the strawberries. No objection. One clam shell of strawberries. No objection. Hmm. He can't cope with buying in bulk. "Look over there." and I toss a second pack of strawberries in the cart. "Want some tortilla chips?" Okay. I put one bag in the cart, it's like five pounds of chips, but they're only in one bag so there's no objection. And we were soon checking out. We go out to the car and head off to his house with a ridiculous amount of strawberries, but no corn.
Then he says, "we need to stop at the store." Okay, so we stop at the store. He goes inside and returns with corn, the same kind they had at Costco, and with ice cream--two gallons of it because it was on sale.
And I'm still eating strawberries because no one ate any on the 4th.
And that's taking old people to Costco. Go and find some old guy and take him to Costco. If you don't have one of your own, I'm sure you can borrow one.