sarah bennett wrote: > Denise~* wrote: >> >> Grrr, I hate it when I stack all my frozen & cooler stuff first, and >> when I check my bags there is a different frozen & cooler item or two >> in each bag along with my bread/potato chips/or box of cereal also >> separated out into different bags. Don't they think? > > > For the wages most supermarkets pay, sadly, you can't really expect > people to work very hard. Of course, I see myself as an exception to > this, but if I slacked off all day I'd get way too bored. I've told > people this and they thought I was crazy for not wanting to get paid to > stand around and do nothing. > Yer kidding right? I also have worked in a Grocery store, too. Putting like-items in the same bag is not working "hard" It's common sense, especially when things are coming down the conveyor belt that way (which I took great care in doing). The particular visit that always comes to mind is this one that was especilly bad. The kid put a heavy items with light items, such as bread with canned food. Every single frozen or cooler item I purchased was in a separate bag. I remember one bag had 3 or 4 canned items with a frozen item & then had I think bread on top. Another bag had a cereal box with a very heavy item on the other side, so if set in my car it would have toppled over from the heavy item. I had to re-bag everything & was pissed-off because i took great care to group things together so there wouldn't be any "searching" & separating.