You might remember The Elf from a little column she wrote here at Lost In a Supermarket called Bureaucracy for Breakfast, where she unloaded on the wolrd the various trials and tribulations of being an unemployed woman in the nadir of an economic recession. It made us laugh, a lot of people responded, and she’s [...]


There’s been a movement of art manifested on skateboard decks that has elevated the medium from mere utilitarian transportation to serious artistic canvas. Boom-Art for one has created cheekily lascivious takes on the medium with their 1970s Pin-Up Girl Skateboards and Disney Orgy Skate Decks, while others have gone more restrained like FTC x intheyellow’s [...]


The continuing saga of one girl’s quest to cut through the red tape. Read previous posts HERE.. Ah first class. The swift ease of being whisked to the airport or private jetway by your trusty driver. The elegant roll of your Louis Vuitton valise as it passes ratty backpacks and broken Walmart suitcases, hobbling pitifully on [...]


6 Jan
Fashion Powerhouses Invade the Breakfast Cereal Aisle

Cereal Couture is self-proclaimed “Glam Foodie” Tricia Clark Stone’s fun creation that re-imagines delicious cereal into luxury brand offerings. With clever titles for her reinvented breakfast cereals such as “Burberry Flakes”, “Cartier Crunch”, “Gucci Loops”, “Coco Chanel” and “Louis Vuitton Charms”, Stone’s creations are girly reflections of her love of food and fashion. Strangely, we [...]


The continuing saga of one girl’s quest to cut through the red tape. Read previous posts HERE. A few months back this image went viral, at least among my filmmaker, artist, and writer friends. Some of you may have missed it so here it is: When it hit my eyeballs I silently did a little, “Hell [...]


Welcome to the inaugural edition of Checking In, the latest series in Lost In A Supermarket’s quest to cover all things we hold most dear. In this hotel review series sure we’d be tempted to just cover the most expensive or exclusive hotels in the world (who wouldn’t), but that will not be our sole [...]


The continuing saga of one girl’s plight with unemployment…(read vol I,  vol II, vol III, vol IV, vol V,  vol VI, vol VII and vol. VIII) Last week my dad gave me some career/life advice. It went something like this: Dad: Honey, I’m real proud of your writing. Me: Thanks dad! Dad: How’s the job [...]


The continuing saga of one girl’s plight with unemployment…(read vol I,  vol II, vol III, vol IV, vol V,  vol VI and vol VII) Month five of unemployment. This is about the time you start to realize you should do things like finally read Shantaram because, well, you’ve got a lot of hours to spend [...]

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