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    Default Do you put the trolley back

    Well... Do you ? Lol

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    Always

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    Yup.

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    98%of the time I do yes

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    Not always, if I know there is a trolley boy. Don't want to put them out of a job

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    Yep - especially when I have my coin in it. I used to live in a country were the norm was to park your trolley on the bumper of the car next to you, to be collected at some point by the trolley attendant - used to drive me insane. Lots of errant trolleys bumping into cars too.

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    At supermarkets - yes. Always.

    At Bunnings - almost never. Its too freaken far to get to the trolley return.

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    No.

    (Well if the bay is within 2m I will.)

    I know how difficult it is traversing a carpark with multiple children and want to leave the trolley available for other parents to use if they have need of it.

    My children are a bit older now, but when I have several little ones, I always appreciated finding stray trolleys.

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    If I have one child yes - always (unless its raining). If I have them both - no hardly ever. It's just too dangerous.

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    I do most of the time. Depends if DD is behaving or not! If she's being crazy I leave it out of the way where it won't hit a car or be in the way.


 

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