I hate my superpower which involves becoming enamoured with a certain product, then the supermarket promptly deciding not to stock the item any longer.
My other superpower is that whatever I am shopping for is always going to be located behind a dirty great pallet that the fillers are using.
Being in the country, I see at least three students/former students every time, so I have to fill my trolley with like lettuce and healthy foods just so I can buy a damn family block of chocolate without feeling embarrassed.
For the love of God - can I just buy normal milk?
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16-06-2015 21:56 #61
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16-06-2015 22:20 #62
So many cranky shoppers! I agree with lots of the PPs. I am a cranky shopper too ☺
17-06-2015 05:46 #63
I am convinced my local Woolies doesn't even do night fill any more. They are doing restocking of shelves from about 6-10am. Boxes and pallets everywhere, annoying the bajinkers out of me.
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18-06-2015 07:37 #66Senior Member
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Woolies has cut a lot of staff. I work front end and we've recently had a huge staff cut, and we don't even have self serves!
18-06-2015 07:54 #67
18-06-2015 08:02 #68
I'm super lucky that my local Coles is a brand new one and was built as a flagship store for how it 'should' be - nice wide aisles, door greeter, huge self-serve area, and lots of open checkouts. There are never more than 2 people lined up. I LOVE it, and even though it's more exxy than the local Woolies I still shop there.
But I do still have a pet hate there though - when you're trying to get out of a busy aisle and someone wants to get in, so they just barge in and cause a traffic jam! Do they not realise that if they just let me out first there would be room for them to get into the aisle easily!?!?
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