Hopefully I can do this situation justice. So in the town where Zach, Brian, and I went to school, there are several Walmarts. Since I moved to a different apartment once I started grad school, I decided to visit the Walmart I had never been to before because it would be closer to my new location. Little did I know, it was in the middle of herda-hadda-ville*. The entire experience was like literally being in a farming town with a population of 300 people. As I was in the checkout line, I of course started eavesdropping on the couple in front of me. It was a man and his pregnant girlfriend. The man was buying a short sleeve button down shirt and proceeded to explain to the cashier that he was going to be cutting off the sleeves to meet his preggo gf’s family for the first time tomorrow at their family BBQ. He also mentioned that he had the perfect “Larry the Cable Guy” hat to match with his ensemble. F his life, I can’t believe humans like that exist. I feel bad for the baby in that woman’s stomach.
*herda-hadda is a term taken from Uhh Yeah Dude (uhhyeahdude.com). It’s a phrase that represents the stereotypical southern U.S. citizen*