The Key Food I go to completely redid the floor tiles which was really weird when I went in there. Then I was looking around and I started noticing things I’d never noticed before. I know they did some rearranging, but then I started thinking “Wait, was that there before? Are these shelves new?” I realized that someone going to that Key Food for the first time would forever have a completely different impression. It’s not ghetto by any stretch of the imagination, but it certainly didn’t look as nice when I first moved into the neighborhood. It’s just that for the longest time I’ve had a certain feel for the market based off of my first impression.

Kind of like this Associated supermarket I used to go to Sophomore year, it was pretty dirty and cramped. At one point they changed the lighting around their vegetables which made it look cleaner and nicer, but the overall market to me still felt the same.


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