We all change our minds sometimes. Especially in supermarkets. Bud do you ever wonder what makes someone dump a bag of popcorn in with the diced beef? Or swap a six pack of Fanta for some bleach?
This site documents the mess left behind in supermarkets after someone’s change of heart, and offers an explanation of the thought process behind it.
http://someoneelsewillputitback.com (language warning)
I remember grocery shopping with one of my closest college friends (the namesake of BabyGeeding) who use to be a stocker in a grocery store. I decided I didn’t want a particular item and instead of walking back and returning the item from where I obtained it, I simply just placed it on the nearest shelf. That good friend playfully scolded me telling me that people like me make his job harder, and since that day, I always put things back where I found them if I’m not going to purchase the item. There’s no reason for me to make a person’s job harder than what it already is because of my laziness, much less one that is probably making minimum wage.
Another college friend who use to work in a movie theater did something similar when I left my movie seat and left my drink at my seat. I would continue to take my trash with me after watching a movie, but I don’t go to the theater anymore.