WESTPORT, CT - OCTOBER 28: A man leaves a supermarket with a shopping cart full of water as people prepare for Hurricane Sandy on October 28, 2012 in Westport, Connecticut. The storm, which could affect tens of millions of people in the eastern third of the U.S., is expected to bring days of rain, high winds and possibly heavy snow in parts of Ohio and West Virginia. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York City will close its bus, subway and commuter rail service Sunday evening ahead of the storm. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

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!

Loren And Wally @lorenandwally

Live @1057WROR Studio Cam #ShoppingCarts w/ @LBFalcone @HankMorse @Lungboy #WROR #Periscope

What Returning Your Shopping Cart Says About Your Personality - Crystal Wind™

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.

Getty Images