You’re out of red, so grab three of your favorite bottles of Claret (which you can pronounce correctly because you are so cultured), a bottle of Chianti, Malbec, and Garnacha, because like most Millennials, you are a global citizen, which is slang for wino-in-training.
Besides getting a discount and learning fun makeup tricks and getting gratis, as an employee I learned a whole bunch of hacks that make navigating the store a whole lot easier.
“The cutest outfits I own are all from local markets and thrift stores, but living in a small town gives me a limited selection. Shopping in local markets online through LocalSelects.com makes that normally limited selection, endless.”
It seems so harmless, so innocent, doesn’t it? It’s grocery shopping, a chore, a suburban drudgery. But for me it’s become both a source of too much joy and the bane of my existence. Alcoholics can swear off alcohol. They can stop going to places that serve it. But how can I stop grocery shopping?
Just me and my depression, out looking for some lipstick to make us feel better while Call Your Girlfriend plays on.
Conveniently, here is a list of 10 perfect wine-related holiday gift ideas that are bound to impress even the Grinchiest wine drinker around.
You’re planning a baby shower, I left my Nordstrom credit card at the bar last night.
14. When lying in bed remembering past embarrassments.
This is what shopping gone epically wrong looks like.