Dear Whoever Picks Out the Music That Gets Piped into the Supermarket,As a loyal shopper at your grocery store, I thought it was time to acknowledge the contribution you make to my weekly food shopping experience. I imagine that yours is an often thankless job, so I figured you would appreciate some feedback for the obvious effort you put into your unique music selections.
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“Are you free for coffee tomorrow?” I asked a friend over the phone.“No, sorry,” she replied. “I have to take Tyra for a wash, cut and blowout.”
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