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    Yes l return them every time. I think it's just common courtesy....actually not so common in the suburb l live though. People leave their trolleys anywhere because they don't give a sh't about other people. Just as long as they are not inconvenienced by 20 seconds of their lives they will dump that trolley where ever they want.
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    Absolutely!!!! I always do and then get annoyed when you have to park miles Way because of lazy people who just leave them in car parks!! I live 300 metres away from the shops and constantly get annoyed at the trolleys left on my lawn!!! It's a nearly daily occurrence ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
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    Screaming baby and/or toddler/s whilst shopping solo!

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    I usually always try to park near the trolley bay because I put my little one straight into one that's there instead of waiting untill I get inside the shops and easily return it back to the bay. When I can't park near one and I'm having a very stressfull time I will leave it in a place that is out of the way.

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    I just got home from the local woollies where I witnessed a woman wrestle a trolley into a raised garden bed. She struggled to heave it up over the concrete bit and shoved it in. Took her a few minutes and she broke a sweat. She was4 car spaces from the trolley return thingo. Had to shake my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I just got home from the local woollies where I witnessed a woman wrestle a trolley into a raised garden bed. She struggled to heave it up over the concrete bit and shoved it in. Took her a few minutes and she broke a sweat. She was4 car spaces from the trolley return thingo. Had to shake my head.
    Kind of makes you wonder about peoples thought process hey!

    I did my shopping today, and made sure I put my trolley back despite still struggling with my injury... was worried someone might start a thread about it hehehe

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    I didn't return my trolley today ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maybelline View Post
    I didn't return my trolley today ...
    Um mah your naughty

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    I parked in a park with an abandoned trolley today and when I got back to my car I could barely open the doors on either side due to two huge SUVs. Tut tut...It's a good thing I'm skinny fat.


 

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