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​Graveyard Shift - Broken Tier Edition

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I took this picture a couple of months ago. If I remember right, I was coming home from a trip to Texas and had to stop somewhere to get milk and bread. Since I basically live out in the middle of nowhere, it would have been an extra couple of miles away from the freeway to go to an actual supermarket, and since I was just coming home from a trip, I was kind of eager to get home.

Since I was in a rush, I stopped at Braum's, since it was actually on the way home from the freeway. For anyone not familiar, Braum's is an ice cream and dairy store, but they sell a ton of other stuff, too. Muffins, questionable steaks, a variety of nuts and bread are all available at "okay" prices. As I got out of the car, though, I noticed the sign looked pretty different from when I had left.

My favorite fast food restaurant turned into a Bra and Dairy Store. My inner twelve year old was delighted, and since I still needed one of those, I went in anyways.


They apparently also had a deal on Blue Cheese Burger Combos at the time. Huh.

The point is, broken things can be frustrating, but sometimes they can also be hilarious.


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