1. In case you haven’t heard, a ~historic~ blizzard is about to hit the Northeast.

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2. But there’s one question that’s on everybody’s mind:

3. The evidence is astounding.

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6. Some people try to understand the strategy behind it.

Why do people buy out all the bread when they think they’ll be housebound? Does being housebound make you eat bread 10x more than normal?

— Donnarie2 (@Donna)

Why do people buy bread and milk before a snowstorm? Can’t you just… go without bread or milk for a couple days? What is this?

— SparkKissus (@Spark Kissus)

Why the hell do people buy bread and milk in preparation for storms? it expires quicker than most things and has like no nutritional value

— J_Ward15 (@Jonathan Ward)

Why do people buy milk eggs and bread prepping for storms? All 3 have short shelf lives and 2 require refrigeration, meaning power…

— edbowlby (@Bowlbus)

11. Others doubt the necessity.

Why do people buy bread and milk in bulk when a snow storm is coming? The roads will be clear within 24 hours. This IS the year 2015 right?

— DoYouWaggadu (@Waggadu)

12. But mostly people have strong ideas about better things to buy.

Why do people stock up on bread and milk? Those are the last two things you need- go buy the Fruit Rollups and Yoohoo!!

— AshleyStrongarm (@Ashley Armstrong)

why do people stock up on eggs and bread? hit the candy aisle jesus..

— _mkguthrie_ (@mk guthrie)

Why do people only stock up on bread and milk during a snowstorm? I stock up on chocolate and alcohol#essentialsnowstormfoods

— iammine75 (@Pearl)

Seriously people, what do you do with all this bread and milk during blizzards? Why not stock up on jerky and beer?

— EdDaigneault (@Ed Daigneault)

Why do people always freak out and buy a bakery’s worth of bread when snow is coming? Me? My advice: stock up on toilet paper.

— KelseyTimmerman (@KelseyTimmerman)

Why do people care so much about buying bread and milk? You should stock up on mac n cheese and ramen. #snowpocalypse

— rachelzarrell (@Rachel Zarrell)

serious question: why do people stock up on bread and milk in the snow? why not other stuff like bacon and crisps

— gabybrown_ (@GABY BROWN)

Why do people stock up on milk eggs & bread before a storm? How far is that really gonna get you? Ima get beer steaks & stuff to make tacos.

— pelcheck (@Jen Russell)

Why do people feel they need to stock up on bread just because of snow? I’m telling you, bagel bites, poptarts and liquor. You’ll be fine.

— ahitsjust_amy (@Amy LB)

Why do people tend to buy milk and bread when there’s a winter storm? Fuck y’all, point me towards the hot pockets and smartfood popcorn.

— _SayItAintMesk (@Ed)

Why do people buy so much milk and bread when it snows? Why not pizza

— kmtwanderlust (@Kelly Taylor)

Before a snow storm, why do people immediately buy milk and bread? Both are boring. Much cooler options available such as Pez and Capri Sun.

— OnAirWithTC (@T.C.)

Why do people rush to the store to get bread and milk when it snows, I say buy all the alcohol

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