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    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    If -every- bay is full (Which is highly unlikely) I walk it back to the shopping centre. The exercise never hurts.
    Now that is just unnecessary.

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    No really, you only have one child. So you have NO idea what it is like with more. I am not saying it isn't doable. But please don't pretend like you have an idea about what it must be like. I don't presume to know what it might be like with 5 or 6. That would just be silly.

    But hell yeah - I agree, it is good to see peoples true colours, It is nice to know that there is at least one perfect person in this world.
    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    Hah, This is hilarious. You are all so defensive, I assume because I have struck a nerve.

    I was joking around and simply poking fun at the seriousness some of you are taking this issue.

    It's all over a freaking trolley.

    However it's nice to see some of your true colours. The fact that you are obviously too lazy to walk a few meters to put a trolley back is laughable.

    I am a stay at home father, I always unload the trolley into the car, lock the car, walk back to the bay, take my child out of the trolley, and then walk back to the car carrying my child. It's not hard.
    But the excuses so far are "Bays are full", "I have more then 1 child and its too hard" "It's what they are paid for" or "It's raining".
    All of which are just lame.

    It may be their jobs, but do you always go out of your way to make peoples jobs harder? Are you really that petty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    The exercise never hurts.
    No it doesn't does it.....

    Quote Originally Posted by goosezilla View Post
    If -every- bay is full (Which is highly unlikely)
    Was just at the shops. Every bay was full. Sunday afternoon. Can't really expect too much.

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    Haha I am so not Mrs perfect. I do sometimes leave my trolley safety between carparks or on garden curb. I always put the safety of my 6 kids first. I have 2 with Adhd and one aspergers and a small baby. SO before you call me lazy walk a mile in my shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    Haha I am so not Mrs perfect. I do sometimes leave my trolley safety between carparks or on garden curb. I always put the safety of my 6 kids first. I have 2 with Adhd and one aspergers and a small baby. SO before you call me lazy walk a mile in my shoes.
    Honey have 6 kids and 3 of them having special needs I think your f@@king amazing just to get your shopping don't let alone tackle a carpark.

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    Wow, who would've thought a trolley thread would get soooo heated???? Seriously??

    Personally I always return my trolley & never leave it around in the car parks. I've had people damage my car with trolleys before & know how it feels. It annoys me that people don't return their trolleys BUT I don't have kids either so can't judge others that do & for this reason don't return the trolley. I don't really care if others do or don't return their trolleys, it's up to them. Just as long as no other cars are damaged, it's too expensive to fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama and her little bear View Post
    You go to smoke desk and say your trolley person isn't doing their job I've had to do it plenty of times.
    That doesn't help me much when I'm already in the far end of the carpark wanting to put the trolley away.

    I worked at Woolworths for 5 years. I would be on the phone to the trolley contractor every hour, telling them that we had no trolleys in the store and to tell their lazy excuse of a worker to get their asses outside and start collecting trolleys. 9/10 the trolley boy would be in the freaking store buying more lollies or energy drinks with all his mates.

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    Erm... this may sound strange, but until this thread I never knew that people actually had an opinion one way or another on what you 'should' do with your trolley.

    Trolleys are always left around carparks and, unless they're left somewhere where they could damage cars/ take up space in a bay, I never knew anyone considered that a 'wrong' (or, dare I say, 'heinous') thing to do.

    I just thought it was... erm... normal.

    Just when you think you've seen all the same threads go around and around for years, a new era of enlightenment can dawn in BH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mama and her little bear View Post
    Lol do you live in my town?

    In your case I would and have abandoned it next to the full bay, here you get big line ups next to the bay lol
    It's a pita but I do ask the front counter if I see trolleys everywhere cos the lazy buggers are usually chilling across at the park with KFC and ****
    Haha I worked in 3 different towns, same problem everywhere. God forbid it be raining and the poor little boy would get wet. Pretty sure it wasn't just coke in those big 2L bottles they were sculling either.... More chance of getting your car damaged by the trolley boy taking the trolleys inside, then someone leaving it in the car park....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    I can't believe how worked up people have gotten over a f*cking trolley lol.
    Definitely a first world problem!
    I was thinking the same thing. It's a trolley ffs.

    I hardly ever return mine.... bc the trolley guys at our Woolies are fantastic. They will even help me load my groceries before taking my trolley for me

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