Who gives a sh1t as long as the parent pays for it? How does it affect anybody else?
Last edited by MsMummy; 06-03-2012 at 19:56.
Prior to shopping with kids i never dreamed of opening something & eating it while shopping, however if the kids get reallllllllllllly desperate i will open something to make life a little easier.
I also never used to test taste the grapes, but i've gotten so sick of buying grapes that have a bitter skin/ leave a filmy residue & then no one eats them that i now give one to the kids first to see if they like them before i buy any. I feel naughty doing it, but i figure i'm not wasting money on a poor quality product that i'm not happy with.
Nb, sorry there is meant to be a comma. I mean, if the parents are paying, then why would anybody care?
It's such a petty issue.
i do it. who cares. i always have the cash in my purse so if something ****s up with my card or whatever i know i can pay for it. id never do it for myself though just the kids which is weird cause what's the diff lol
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I do it all the time
ETA: It's funny, I don't actually grocery shop with the kids, so anything I open is actually for me hahaha.
I wouldn't hesitate if the kids were with me either.
Last edited by Witwicky; 06-03-2012 at 19:52.
I'm surprised anyone could actually be bothered watching what other shoppers are doing.
I loathe grocery shopping, so it's in and out as quickly as possible, maybe with an opened packet of whatever to keep DD quite.
I really can't see the issue if the item is paid for.
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