10 Things I Hate about Costco:: A Romantic Comedy

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  1. I hate that I have to show you my Costco membership card when I walk in.Isn’t it obvious that I’m a member?!  I’m wearing my Kirkland leggings with my 32 Degrees sweatshirt that I clearly bought here!
  1. I hate that I didn’t get my fiddle leaf fig tree.
    CostcoBut I guess I’ll settle for a pair of MASSIVE and beautiful mum plants.
  1. I hate that you know me better than I know myself.
    Yes, I did need that rain barrel. I’m just sad now that I didn’t buy two!
  1. I hate that I can buy reasonably priced Adidas shoes for my husband.And Sperry’s and Pumas and all sorts of other great shoes.
  1. I hate that you provide me and my child delicious snacks while I shop.The abundance of Costco samples counts as a meal right?!
  1. I hate that when I have no idea what to do for dinner you step up.You step up with a delicious, large, inexpensive, and easy meal for me to pick up last minute for my dinner tonight—$8.99 take n bake pizzas are my FAVORITE!
  1. I hate that you always have fresh and ripe produce.
    But seriously, how do you have fresh blueberries that don’t cost an arm and a leg all year long?!
  1. I hate that if I need a child’s gift for a birthday party I can always count on you.
    You’ve saved the day multiple times when I forgot about that birthday party tomorrow.
  1. I hate your return policy.
    You mean you’ll take anything back no questions asked?!  THANK YOU!!!

But mostly…

  1. I hate the way I don’t hate you. Not even close, not even a little bit, not even at all.

Costco, you sure know how to treat a gal. 

Thank you for knowing me better than I know myself.  Keep up the great work with your adult popsicles, bulk Vodka, cases of Truly, and delicious wine—these are the things moms really need.

 

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Hi I’m Jamie. I’m originally from Aurora, CO. I moved to Nebraska to attend Hastings College to where I ran into my husband while running on the Track Team. I have my Ph.D in Economics and work at the University of Nebraska at Omaha as an Assistant Professor of Economics and Director of the Center for Economic Education. As a professor I teach economics to college students and research economic education and financial literacy education. As the Director of the Center for Economic Education I get to work with the Omaha and surrounding area K-12 teachers and teach them how to teach economics and personal finance in a fun and engaging way. Economics has a bad rep and I’m here to change that! We have two kids--my daughter Vella is 3 1/2 and my son Brook is 9 months old! I have a fur baby puggle named Rodgers (the Wagners are cheeseheads). We are a family that loves the outdoors and being active!