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    Yep! Recently we took DS to Toys R Us (he was in a stroller) and we were showing him different Schleich animals so he could pick one for us to buy for him.

    We bought his favourite and left. Shortly after we found a rooster in the seat part of the stroller and took it straight back! We hadn't strolled too far from the shop so it was no hassle.

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    I put some tea towels on top of my pram and walked out once but the funniest time was when I got back to my car and found a coat hanger with a size 16 top (im a size 8 so it was useless to me) hanging off the back of my jumper. It was from the first shop I visited so I must of had it hanging off me for at least an hour going in and out of shops and no one said anything. I took it back and blamed it on ds.

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    Yes! Have had things hide in the basket of the pram because I can't see into to ours very well as well as my child picking something up without me realizing......but worst was when we bought a cheap suitcase from big w because we were going to Bali and need and extra, didnt open it because my mum had bought the same one the day before so I knew what it was like inside......we paid for it and got home to open it and there were another 2 smaller suitcases plus three bags in it haha. Needless to say I took it back.....stealing $200+ is different to accidentally having an apple appear in your pram basket. The front desk lady was most impressed we bought the stuff back.


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    Sometimes when I am grocery shopping I will grab a bottle of coke and have a drink. I put it next to my bag in the part you sit a toddler and forgot about it, until I got back to the car. Normally I'll put it with the rest of the shopping to be scanned, but I forgot.


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    I stole a pack of tic tacs by accident once, I had my hands full so I put them in my pocket and forgot to take them out. I freaked out when I realised

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    I forgot to pay for a sandwich and a coffee at my local cafe. I think they must have thought I'd paid when I ordered and I just totally forgot when they handed over the food. Went back the next day and paid for it I felt so guilty.

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    Stolen a few cartons of milk as I always stash them in the bottom of the pram then forget to take them out as I pass through the self-checkout. This has happened a few times now. I realise when I am putting the stroller into the car. Knowing how the big supermarkets operate and the way they treat their suppliers, I feel zero guilt.

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    Once I didn't notice that I had left a pack of baby vests in the hood of the pram until after I had left the shops, I made DH go back in and pay for them though

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    A celebrity slim snack bar from Priceline. The baby was laying down in the pram facing me so it was reclined and flat. I popped the bar at her feet but didn't end up getting anything else so just walked out with it. About an hour and 4 or so shops later I realized. Took it back and paid for it then found a scratchie on the ground as I was walking out and won $10!

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    Yep a vacuum was via the self serve checkout and we left it in the trolley by mistake. Didn't realise till a week or so later.


 

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