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THE SUPERMARKET — Ah, grocery shopping! It’s either a good time or a pain that all of us endure on a regular basis.
There have been way too many times where I’ve seen craziness at a grocery store or supermarket. Everything from parents arguing with their kids, interesting fashion choices, and a lot of other randomness. But I can’t talk too much. I feel like I overdress to the store, wearing a blazer and all. At least that’s better than underdressing to the store, right? I mean, it’s not asking too much to wear pants and not just pajamas, right?
The total randomness of what we see in grocery stores and/or supermarkets is something else. And in this video, we are treated to a double dose of supermarket random cuteness.
The scene: the milk section of a supermarket.
The players: a toddler and a doggie.
The action: let’s make shopping cute.
In the video filmed by mom Lauren La Rocca, we see little Lio walking down the aisle with dad alongside. A stroller is in the scene; but oh no, it’s not Lio riding the stroller. It’s the family dog who is strapped up and enjoying a ride from Lio.
Watch as Lio does her best impression of mom and looks at the food options. Meanwhile, the dog is chilling and wondering why it's on a stroller.
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Nevertheless, I’m sure the doggie is loving the fact it is getting a higher view of things.
My favorite part of this video is little Lio stopping at the milk section and looking at the prices (I assume, of course). It’s OK, Lio, if you don’t pick up that quart of milk. I hear it’s cheaper at the other story anyway.
For those who may be wondering: there is no explanation from mom stating why the dog is on the stroller. Then again, does there really need to be?
So next time you’re dreading to go to the grocery store, just remember that you might miss out on total cute randomness. And may all the grocery store randomness you encounter be of the cute kind!