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June 15, 2011

Gettin’ real


Oh, hello, window into my life! (And my Whole Foods.) I watched this three times yesterday because it is the funniest thing I’ve seen in a good while. I figured some of you would find it more than mildly amusing.

From Amanda, via Brock (a different, non-husband Brock).


  1. olivia said on June 15, 2011

    My dad emailed this to me and I was crying laughing…mostly because it is SO spot-on.

  2. elissa :: ebb & flow said on June 15, 2011


  3. Desi said on June 15, 2011

    i totally cracked up when my co-worker sent this to me yesterday. i had to post it to my facebook and then we had a great online laugh. the kombucha line killed me.

  4. johanna said on June 15, 2011

    Haaaa! My sentiments exactly.

  5. Elizabeth Sutherland said on June 15, 2011

    This video made my day! There is nothing like a true rage-fest in the Whole Foods Parking lot… thank you for sharing!

  6. Bryce said on June 15, 2011

    Isn’t that the truth. My husband will not go near that location because the parking lot makes him so crazy. It’s interesting though…that particular Whole Foods (Lincoln & Rose) is kind of the heartbeat of the community. You pretty much know that you’re going to run in to someone when you’re there. Or catch a celeb without make-up (they’re just like us!)

  7. Caroline said on June 15, 2011

    Hahahaha that was great!

  8. Maria said on June 15, 2011

    I totally need a laugh and smile today and this provided it. Thank you so much!

  9. Caroline said on June 15, 2011

    This little video just made my month! Just moved to The Netherlands and I have access to the freshest, tastiest food and I STILL miss me some Whole Foods. Thank you!!!!!!!!

  10. joslyn said on June 15, 2011

    this made me laugh out loud…so true…and those tiny shopping carts. seriously!?

  11. Cara said on June 15, 2011

    Haha, “could you please move you’re right in front of the quinoa” reduced me to tears. I needed this, and the East Coast Whole Foods aren’t much better. Thank you for sharing!

  12. Rachel (heart of light) said on June 15, 2011

    This makes me so glad that we live within walking distance of ours. We almost never have to park – your WF scares me! Of course, ours is also tiny and has about 1/4 of the selection.

  13. rebecca s. said on June 15, 2011

    too funny!

  14. Holly said on June 15, 2011

    I just really thank you for posting this and giving me a good laugh! I found it quite hilarious.

  15. katie osumi said on June 15, 2011

    this is so funny. it kills me how spot on it is..

    you’re reading “let the great world spin”?!?!?

    my favorite book of last year.


  16. mrs. may said on June 15, 2011

    The “$80 for six things” made me giggle :)

  17. Kendra said on June 16, 2011

    OMG. I have tears. Toooo funny!!!!

  18. blake said on June 16, 2011

    dude, I needed that. LA or Noe Valley WF, it’s the same crazy game yo ;)

  19. Genevieve said on June 19, 2011

    I live in Australia but visited New York two years ago and went to one of the Whole Foods there, which was crazy packed on a Sunday afternoon. It was scary! This was too funny. A nice video to help with the Sunday evening blues.

  20. Kristin said on June 20, 2011

    so glad to know it’s not just the Chicago Whole Foods that have parking lot issues!

    and now I can’t get this song out of my head.

    thanks for the laugh!

  21. johanna said on June 21, 2011


  22. Rebecca said on June 21, 2011

    So. Good.

    I never go to that WF but the one in Beverly Hills won’t let you take carts into the parking garage, so you’re forced to carry all your bags or pull up to their stupid cart valet. It causes me a ridiculous amount of first world problem rage.

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