I'm a little slow today. I just switched to Sanka. So...have a heart?

Sunday, July 23, 2006

Dear Winn-Dixie:

I just had a party. It was fun.

For said party, I needed Pineappe Juice. (Planter's Punch.)

Wouldn't you know it: Winn-Dixie had neither 1) Pineapple juice concentrate or 2) Kosher gathering snacks a/k/a Hebrew National pigs in a blanket.

So. Winn-Dixie. "Getting better all the time, are we?"

LIES!

You're a terrible store, with a 50% reduction in quality, varied merchandise, and everything else, when compared to Giant Foods of Maryland.

For shame, Winn-Dixie! For how hast thou forsaken us?! Why be thy selection so miniscule and urgent.

Verrily, thou hast goods for cheaper prices, but do thy lower prices, lower quality allow? Say we: No.



Dude. You NEVER HAVE what anyone needs.

seriously.

Who's your buyer? Because...they suck.

4 Comments:

Blogger Rootietoot said...

Winn...Dixie...now why would you expect them to carry Hebrew National? Which, btw, I believe are the finest hot dogs on the planet.

You have unrealistic expectations.

9:57 AM

 
Blogger SuperBee said...

Hebrew National is the only maker of pigs in a Blanket I could think of. If they had them, I would have bought. But the thing is -- the Dubya-dee didn't have ANY sort of pig in a blanket!

And c'mon! Winn Dixie is a National Grocery store. It's not like I was asking for preserved quail eggs or asafoetida. Pigs in a Blanket, be they Kosher or otherwise are something that I would have THOUGHT all grocery stores had!

10:11 AM

 
Blogger JB said...

Well, it *is* Winn Dixie. You can't possibly live that far from a decent Publix... (where shopping is a pleasure!)

10:18 PM

 
Blogger Shawn said...

Publix has the hebrew national pigs in a blanket (with the pigs already snug in their blankets) in the frezer section...just give into the Publix and all will be better...

But that said - the snacks at your party were EXCELLENT! The jews always do it right, with or without the piggies :)

9:26 AM

 

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