15 Hilarious Tweets that Perfectly Capture the Way Couples Talk to Each Other at Costco
We don’t know what the statistic is on this, but we didn’t have a Costco membership until we were married. Therefore, our whole relationship with Costco happened when we were in a relationship.
Pre-relationship, we didn’t see any possible reason to need bulk sizes of anything. With a significant other and kids to boot, suddenly bulk started to seem like just the right size. If only we had a bulk size pantry.
Now, we all know that Costco size means huge, year-long supply of everything from flour to vodka popsicles as well at electronics, theme park tickets, and don’t forget all the samples! Are we the only ones who make a meal out of Costco samples?
Another quirk about Costco is that we often see couples and even whole families going there to shop together. Have you ever heard snippets of what other couples say to each other while shopping at Costco? It can be amusing because it’s so relatable.
Here are 15 tweets that perfectly sum up the experience of shopping at Costco with your significant other.
— Lacing Daisies (@LacingDaisies) April 28, 2019
We’ve been there. It’s easy to make a game plan. It’s much harder to resist the temptation that is Costco.
My wife just said “I really want to take my time and enjoy it” while referring to a trip to Costco in case you’re wondering if having kids will change your life
— Luke Gordon Field (@Lukemaybefunny) March 26, 2019
Can you relate?
Overheard at Costco: Husband to wife: “Stay focused”
— Ashley (@Briefslayer) February 10, 2018
But there are distractions everywhere we look!
— Will Friedle (@willfriedle) April 7, 2019
Yes! We can totally get behind this.
Where are you, Honey?
My least favorite game of 2018 is wandering around Costco looking for my wife because she left her phone in the car pic.twitter.com/ieEFjkSnqC
— Joshua Ovenshire (@TheJovenshire) November 16, 2018
We’ve been there too. So many aisles. Such a big store.
Do You Really Need That?
At this point, my husband and I only go to Costco just to push around a giant cart and say “ehhh don’t know if you need that” to whatever the other one wants to get.
— Adam Sass Add SURRENDER YOUR SONS to Goodreads! (@TheAdamSass) September 29, 2018
It’s always good to have someone to help you rethink those impulse buys.
just changed my Facebook relationship status from ‘single’ to ‘Costco Member’
— Matt Oswalt (@MattOswaltVA) January 10, 2019
I will get my wife whatever she wants for Valentine’s Day as long as they have it at Costco.
— Simon Holland (@simoncholland) February 7, 2019
Thankfully, Costco has quite a few decent things for husbands to choose from. We’ll take chocolate in bulk and 10 dozen roses any day.
My husband asked me if I’d like to have lunch at Costco, so don’t tell me romance is dead after 20 years.
— Sarcastic Mommy (@sarcasticmommy4) September 2, 2015
It’s pretty much impossible to beat their hotdog deal.
Buying in Bulk
Me whenever my wife tells me we don’t need to buy something in bulk at Costco…. pic.twitter.com/4KnnpafFNI
— James Koh (@JamesDKoh) April 24, 2018
As long as there’s somewhere to store those bulk-sized items.
Bri and Husband Drive to Costco for Lunch Because ‘She Wanted Hot Dog’ https://t.co/xGsukrPntQ
— Bri Cook (@Bri_Cook) July 23, 2018
That’s one craving a Costco membership can certainly satisfy.
My husband put “bigger TV” on the @Costco list, as if we might walk in and buy one cuz I mean it’s ON the list
— Sarah Blaskovich (@sblaskovich) March 11, 2019
What’s on your shopping list?
Husband took me to a Costco in a different neighborhood. I think he’s trying to spice up our marriage.
— Miranda Summers Lowe🌺 (@Msummerslowe) November 19, 2017
It really can be a completely different experience.
Relationship status: Just bought the 48 pack of AA batteries at Costco.
— Olive Gravy (@offbeatoliv) December 13, 2016
That’s long term.
Me: I’m giving you the better slice of Costco pizza. I’m telling you because I want credit. Husband: ooookaaaaay.
— Amber Argyle (@amberargyle) April 20, 2019
Supposedly, there is no such thing as a “better” slice of pizza at Costco.