I don't know if anyone really cares about this, but to me it's a super big deal. Most grocery stores have a policy that they aren't responsible if a cart damages a vehicle. If this is the case, then why do so many people refuse to take the cart back in the store, or put it in the cart holder? On any given day at Wal-Mart, Food Lion and more, there are wayward shopping carts all over the parking lot, just waiting for that little bit of wind to cause one to viciously attack a car. Am I alone in my rant?
Things are really changing in the supermarket world. There are signs directing people to visit the checkout with 12 or less items, or 20 or less items. How about no one seems to be paying any attention to these rules?! Also, more and more self-checkout registers are popping. Every time I use one, something weird happens, so I end up standing in the 12 items or less line behind the person with 48 items. (lol)
How come no one seems to get along on reality television shows? The backstabbing, mean comments, hair pulling and champagne throwing is a regular thing.
How come a 16.oz bottle of Coke or Mountain Dew, etc. is $1.59 or more, and the 2 Liter Bottle is $.99? Something is very wrong with that.
You've been wearing the same size shoe like forever, and decide to try a new shoe store. You find a shoe that's totally perfect and purchase it without trying it on. How about when you get home, that dang shoe is either way too big or way too small. What the heck? Several years ago, I took a quick day trip from Virginia Beach to NC, and found these wonderful purple shoes(yep, that's my fave color). Intent on picking up some hot wheels, I grabbed those shoes, paid and ran out the door to my next adventure. A little while later, I made the 2 hour drive home and realized I had 2 left shoes!!!! Does that sound crazy or what? (lol) Valuable lesson learned.
I love Valentine's Day, and have found that this day of love is definitely more focused on us women, and men aren't all that into it. This, of course, is yet another reason for more chocolate, which I'll never turn down, but I'd be super thrilled if I received a gift card to Barnes and Noble, a romantic card, and a cheeseburger with unlimited fries from Red Robin. (lol) I've also run into a few people who break up a few days in advance so they don't have to get gifts. *heh* What about you? Any plans for heart day this weekend?