I instantly knew that more than one person would be able to relate to this particular post. I am constantly amazed at the number of bloggers that I have connected with over our mutual love of Tar-jay (because we like to be exotic in my house). The bulls-eye is the most addictive little store ever. I worked there for a semester in college. During that semester, Tar-jay introduced the dollar spot. And this was back when everything in the dollar spot really was just a dollar. Needless to say, that paycheck never went too far. I did get really good at buying on clearance though, and that skill has carried me through life quite well.
Since that time though, Tar-jay has become a place full of pretty things for me. I don't buy most things there, because that would be far too dangerous. I go there when I need to find peace, and look at pretty things. Let's face it; there is nothing more exciting than walking into target and seeing all of that cheerful red everywhere.
I totally went overboard yesterday. I got Ammon and I pajama pants, envelope seals for our
Christmas cards, a red glittery snowflake tree topper, and a box of candy canes for work.
Yes, a box just for work. Remember, candy canes are my favorite winter candy. And so, when I arrived at work, I delivered this quote (while opening the box of candy canes):
And you know what? It took me saying it more than once for them to get it! If you don't know this one right off, I am sad for you. Really, I am. But because I'm really nice, I will educate you on everyone's favorite movie to quote.
This was absolutely one of my top 5 favorite movies in college. Mostly because there were moments that look exactly like being in a sorority. I'm not going to tell you which ones, though. You have to guess.
What is your most recent Target story? Is there one movie you find yourself quoting over and over?