I get that some folks are lazy (which still does not excuse sloppy behavior) and when they change their mind about something they put in their cart earlier, they abandon it in a random place rather than put it back where they got it. That's not so bad when they do this with room temperature products, but I can't count how many times I've found refrigerated items left on room temp shelves. I once found a quart of ice cream hidden away among loaves of bread. It got all the way up to room temp and had to be tossed. Come on, people!Store Employees don't bother me, customers do. Waiting for someone who has strategically blocked the aisle by turning the cart diagonally while she stands to the rear of it staring at the tomato soup like it's a huge decision which one to choose. She sees you, but she's making some point in her head by making you wait. Cart littering. Too much trouble to return the cart to the prolific cart racks, which may mean walking an extra ten feet there and back. The worst offenders are young Women for some reason.
IF you only could conceive of how many people handle your food, anywhere, before it hits your baggage.Baggers only show up to help the hot, sexy women ahead of me in line, they immediately leave when my ugly mug gets to the front, butt I'm in no rush while I enjoy the view in the meantime.
It's one less person to touch my food, and that's okay during this time of Covid.
Well, the OP said he had to bag his own. I've noticed the discrimination myself a lot of times: middle-aged "******" comes to check-out- C-ya! We are now the most discriminated against demographic in this nation! Tell me I'm wrong!Extra baggers are commonly used to help lines get caught up. They are probably leaving to go back to what they were doing. Not a reason to call them lazy.
It seems to be happening alot lately. I get in line to check out and there is a person bagging groceries. This is not the cashier but an actual bagger. I am next in line to check out and when I look up the bagger is gone. Yes, most of the time our buggy is fairly full to full. This really irks me. I end up having to bag my groceries. These young folks are lazy.
The only place our groceries get bagged is at Safeway and only when we don't go through the self check out. It's not a bid deal to me. Does it irk you that there's no one at home to unbag them and put them away? :headscratch:It seems to be happening alot lately. I get in line to check out and there is a person bagging groceries. This is not the cashier but an actual bagger. I am next in line to check out and when I look up the bagger is gone. Yes, most of the time our buggy is fairly full to full. This really irks me. I end up having to bag my groceries. These young folks are lazy.