Its funny - reminded me when I went to London for a month on holiday. Was staying with a friends mother and everything in the council house kitchen was TINY compared what I was used to. She went to the market every day since the fridge wasn't big enough to hold hardly anything -so I said one day I would go for her, and make dinner. I was appalled at the butcher they had meat hanging in the window and it wasn't refridgerated and there were flies - ugggg . I decided to give that a pass even though I was told if it was a bit "gamey" it was still ok. Went into Tesco and bought some things for a nice salad as I wasn't going to risk getting tomaine poisoning. Got in line, paid for my items, and was standing there waiting for the bag boy. Cashier asked me If there was a problem and where my bags were..mmmmm....bags??? Learned you have to bring your own bags, and there was no bagging person LOL Jeeze, after having to buy bags, I then had to pack it and carry all that stuff uphill - no bus was available. I felt like my arms were going to fall off. No way would I do that every single day.
You can buy single servings of cereal - I used to do that for the kids when they were small. A little more expensive that way,but they came in a package of 10, and you could open them up and put milk in and eat right out of the container. Kids thought that was so cool. Now gfg won't eat any cereal, and his brother will only eat granola. I stick to Frosted Flakes and Cheerios, but SO buys all of that sweet stuff - not for breakfast but to munch on dry while he is watching TV LOL
I havent been to the movies in a while, but thought the licorice was Red Vines. I don't like Twizzlers - they taste like plastic to me and no taste. We always kept a hugh carton of Red Vines in the fridge - the boys like them cold. Haven't bought any - last year they were 4.99 for that hugh container - now they are like 11.00