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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    What about people who have prams/strollers loaded up with shopping and there's not a baby/toddler in sight? What's the deal with them??
    Er you might be referring to me. And often DD is in there.. just... under some of the shopping...

    She likes it - really!

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    Considering I'm 6'2 and a 130kg male, I am yet to encounter any of these issues. If I were to have these issues, and someone were to throw a punch at me, I would call the police and have them arrested.
    That would teach them not to leave the trolley out of place.
    I have common courtesy and put the trolley back for the next person.
    The coin operated machines should be everywhere. That would solve the problem.
    Again deliberately aggravating someone and putting yourself in potential danger. Getting someone arrested isn't going to fix the potential brain damage that one punch could do.

    Unless they've purposefully pushed a trolley towards your car, why worry about someone else leaving a trolley in the carpark where it isn't actually affecting you? Why not just think "jeez that person is rude" and continue on with your day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    What about people who have prams/strollers loaded up with shopping and there's not a baby/toddler in sight? What's the deal with them??
    Der... It's camouflage so childless people can use the PWP spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Again deliberately aggravating someone and putting yourself in potential danger. Getting someone arrested isn't going to fix the potential brain damage that one punch could do.

    Unless they've purposefully pushed a trolley towards your car, why worry about someone else leaving a trolley in the carpark where it isn't actually affecting you? Why not just think "jeez that person is rude" and continue on with your day?
    Because I actually like to act when someone is rude to me. Frankly the only reason people would defend this heinous act is because they themselves, leave trolleys alone in the car park.

    I thank you for the concern in my safety but I'll be fine, and I will continue my vigilante justice for a better shopping centre car park.

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    Well we just go back from shopping and not only did we put our own trolley back, but someone else' too *searches for the halo smily*....only so she could bigger off and we could have her spot

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    Heinous act???

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    Again deliberately aggravating someone and putting yourself in potential danger. Getting someone arrested isn't going to fix the potential brain damage that one punch could do.

    Unless they've purposefully pushed a trolley towards your car, why worry about someone else leaving a trolley in the carpark where it isn't actually affecting you? Why not just think "jeez that person is rude" and continue on with your day?
    *subtle cough* I think there may be a slight miscommunication going on here...
    I get the distinct feeling that the general vibe of the response is something along these lines :

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    Because I actually like to act when someone is rude to me. Frankly the only reason people would defend this heinous act is because they themselves, leave trolleys alone in the car park.

    I thank you for the concern in my safety but I'll be fine, and I will continue my vigilante justice for a better shopping centre car park.
    I would say that deliberately putting a trolley behind someones car when they're about the drive off is a lot ruder and more "heinous" than leaving a trolley out of the way when there is no trolley bays available.

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    I would say dumping a trolley somewhere in a car park and driving off expecting someone else to clean up after yourself is ruder.

    There are always trolley bays available People just seem to be allergic to walking these days.


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