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    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.
    I must have missed that one! I'm guessing there are people who DON'T think it's okay?

    I will stop there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.
    How did I miss this thread?
    *off to search*

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    Quote Originally Posted by kb90 View Post
    i was THE BEST!! checkout chick, always had ppl compliment how i packed their bags haha who would have thought sp many ppl care how theyre packed, I for one do. always been #1 with bag packing and would never EVER put raw meats and that together.
    I cant believe some of the checkout ppl that cant pack for sht!! didnt their mothers ever teach them. even when i put food onto the conveyer i group it all just incase theyre a bit DUH in the head and cant pack
    Me too I HATE when I line it all up on the conveyor belt in perfect packing order and still end up with fridge stuff mixed in with hard/heavy cupboard stuff, cleaning products, and fresh produce.

    hard/heavy together
    Fridge together
    Fresh produce
    meat!

    It's not that hard and the majority of people like their meat separate, so as a checkout chick you soon learn to do it- OR AT LEAST ASK!

    Rant over. Husband tells me off for being so picky about the packing- and I won't let anyone but me unpack te trolley.

    Note- this got difficult as now in the act they don't give u plastic bags. I have some of the Coles plastic bought ones for meat and everything else goes in the pink poly-something-or-other Coles bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.
    Aww I missed it lol.

    I guess it went along the same lines of nappies in landfill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post

    *gets up on high horse* well I actually recycle my old paper towels and, once dried, fashion them into a bag shaped basket. Then I collect the poo in that. Once thats done, I leave it to dry and then crush it all up and add it to my garden. Fabulous!

    ...do I dare add an eyeroll? ...I do!
    Do you also fertilize your strawberries with your period blood?

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    nah i am sure london has a placenta tree though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    nah i am sure london has a placenta tree though.
    A placenta orchid, if you must know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerylsMum View Post
    i will never get over the poo in bin thread..it still gives me nightmares.

    i still check the bushes for bh members , when putting poo in the bin.
    WTF? Where else are you supposed to put it?

    Anyway, to the OP, the unborn babies comment was way OTT. I used to work supermarket checkouts, and if a customer said that to me I would have been upset, and had a massive vent about it later to whoever would listen. And in the future I would have rolled my eyes whenever I thought of it.

    Having said that, I was a freaking ace at packing bags because I'm a bit OCD, and I'd always ask if a customer wanted meat in plastic. I reckon about 80% of the time I get asked at our local woolies, but nearly every Saturday after doing the shopping I comment to DF that "kids these days" don't know how to pack bags.. I group all similar items together on the conveyer belt but they still put the weirdest sh*t together in the same bag! We used to be told during training, but maybe they don't do this anymore.


 

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