Those are Trader Joe’s seaweed snacks in her cart and, yes, she’s Asian.
Savor more Japanity here.
She said nothing about being photographed. (Scroll down for rear view.)
Her sign is disingenuous: surely she’s dressing like that to be noticed. How could she expect not to be? And if she’s as anti-establishment as her outfit suggests, shouldn’t she be growing her own ingredients and making her own pesto quinoa rather than supporting a massive global company like Aldi, owner of Trader Joe’s?
That sounds good, pesto quinoa. I’ve got to get Secondshade on that. Enjoy the Specimen of the Week. She might be Specimen of the Year; she’s certainly one of the best I’ve ever found. What do you think?
Though I’m not sure it was ever on.
That is, the little bumpy bits on raspberries. I’m grateful for the jacket and bag, which are hiding all but a few of hers.
Thus we bring to fruition our Theme of the Week: Abuse of Color!
Please put it back so she’ll buy it and leave quickly.
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An unpleasant place to be.
Happy Palm Sunday to our Christian readers. The Theme of the Week starts this evening.
This dirty rider cruises into our Theme of the Week: Floral Patterns!
Man ponytails make President Lincoln cry.
Happy Presidents’ Day!
Know the way she feels tonight.