Ok, be honest. Do you always return the shopping cart to the store or the corral? Do you take the empty cart from checkout if you don't need it anymore?
Oh, boy! What a debate we had today. I will put the cart in the parking lot corral if it's nearby. If not, I put it away from cars near a curb or island. I don't leave it in the middle of a spot or next to other cars. If I only have one or two bags of groceries after paying and I don't need the cart, I don't think it's my job to take the cart and put it by the store entrance. My co-workers disagreed with me! LOL!
We had some fun with it on the air this morning! Listen and watch, below!
Live @1057WROR Studio Cam #ShoppingCarts w/ @LBFalcone @HankMorse @Lungboy #WROR #Periscope
Shopping carts are like tumble weeds-the more that collect in one spot, the more likely you're going to get blasted with one when the wind blows. Or, at least, that's how I look at them...Huddled in the corner of a parking lot, just waiting for the right gust of wind or slight change in temperature to come blasting towards your car door.