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no seriously, i was waiting outside the said store at bridge of dee, for just 20 minutes...and these are some of the things that happened:

1. a woman who was obviously to preoccupied with shoving her trolley that she obviously couldn't pay attention to her surroundings. so she was looking to park her trolley somewhere because she couldn't be bothered taking it to the "Trolley Collection Point" (hint hint), so she parked it outside a bright orange door with a "Keep Clear - Fire Exit" sign and yellow paint on the ground just infront of it. i mean, she was spot on! just withing that yellow box where you're not supposed to.

2. i don't really wan't to go into how many lazy and/or blind folk parked in the disabled spaces though they were clearly NOT disabled. and i'm not going to :)

anyway, i don't think i'll ever go back there at my own free will.

so, got any supermarket stories?

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Blind people are disabled. And also can't drive.

sorry, i meant those who are completely ignorant of their surroundings and inconsiderable to others. in my opinion they might as well be blind.

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in freshers week, i don't think i'd want to be either.....but i'd go for blind. i'll just put my sunshades on, sit in a corner of exodus and charm the ladies with my lack of activity and socialising.

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tuf one

hmm thats a tuff one. see thing is if ur a midget u can see all those tw*ts who cant quite get a grip that it happens, staring at you... while if ur blind you have an excuse for hitting neds and pi$$ing all those ones that crowd mcD's everynight, and u cant see the ppl that are watching you so you needent feel paranoid, yet you cant see anything...so i dunt no. wat bout u? well when spkin to a mate she sed that she would prefer midget....id say blind

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so' date=' got any supermarket stories?[/quote']

Possibly the most contemptible customer complaint in the history of the developed world:

"Do you know it's very windy outside your store today?"

Asda, Dyce, circa 1992.

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"I was just touching the fish on display and my hands smell of fish now' date=' could I get a cloth or something for goodness sake?"

Safeway, Westhill, circa 2003.[/quote']

I'm almost afraid to ask, but why were they fondling the fish?

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no seriously' date=' i was waiting outside the said store at bridge of dee, for just 20 minutes...and these are some of the things that happened:

1. a woman who was obviously to preoccupied with shoving her trolley that she obviously couldn't pay attention to her surroundings. so she was looking to park her trolley somewhere because she couldn't be bothered taking it to the "Trolley Collection Point" (hint hint), so she parked it outside a bright orange door with a "Keep Clear - Fire Exit" sign and yellow paint on the ground just infront of it. i mean, she was spot on! just withing that yellow box where you're not supposed to.

2. i don't really wan't to go into how many lazy and/or blind folk parked in the disabled spaces though they were clearly NOT disabled. and i'm not going to :)

anyway, i don't think i'll ever go back there at my own free will.

so, got any supermarket stories?[/quote']

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My shopping comrades at Lidl's really take the biscuit, I need to take out my brain before I enter the shop so I can understand what the hell the people are on. Theres always people with both eyes shooting off in different directions, dodgy home made haircuts, half mast jogging trousers with big white non-matching sports socks, and someone making a lot of noise in a tourettes sort of way....if cletus the slack jawed yokel lived in aberdeen, he would take his 300 kids shopping there.

Paying a 15 shopping bill with 2p's is another classic...

You don't need an IQ to shop at anywhere!

Except M&S.....they always ask me to leave

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1. a woman who was obviously to preoccupied with shoving her trolley that she obviously couldn't pay attention to her surroundings. so she was looking to park her trolley somewhere because she couldn't be bothered taking it to the "Trolley Collection Point" (hint hint)' date=' so she parked it outside a bright orange door with a "Keep Clear - Fire Exit" sign and yellow paint on the ground just infront of it. i mean, she was spot on! just withing that yellow box where you're not supposed to.

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Argh I hate that so fucking much, as I have to work in a Supermarket car park. They leave them literally behind the next persons car, at the very top of the car park, blocking the exit, blocking the fire exits, blocking the walkways. Lazy bastards have to walk past the main trolley bay to get into the store, so it's amusing when you see them come out and pretend to look around for where it is. Then you get ones who ditch their trolleys at the exit, then end up walking back up to the entrance anyway

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