Imagine this: it's a nice summer day, June 17, 2009, to be exact. A fantastic day to have a birthday (if you ask me).
My husband calls early in the day, excited.
Housband: There's Aquafresh for sale here at the store for an awesome deal. We can get 9 tubes for $xx!!
H: I think I'm going to buy them!!
Later that day... (or maybe later that week... or something.)
H: I don't like Aquafresh. I think I'm going to buy another kind of toothpaste.
H: But you can still use the Aquafresh if you want.
Me: Yeah, I think I'll use it. We have 9 tubes of it now, so....
H: Yeah, I'm a Crest man. I try to change, but I just can't.
Fast forward three years, four months, and seventeen days: I'm finally out of Aquafresh.
So, naturally, I bought another tube. It sucks. Tastes horrible.
I kinda miss my original 9 tubes of toothpaste.
(Granted, I bought a different kind of Aquafresh toothpaste. THAT will teach me to venture out again.)