free run 2 When a store clerk asks you if

When a store clerk asks you if you’d like a bag for an item that obviously needs one do you chew them out

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole free run 2 it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically.

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the free run 2 store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically.

Well, the Shoppers I go to has the cash registers right near the exit doors. There are also beepers at the door that can go off if someone tries to walk through it with stolen goods. I can understand your concerns, but you’re being a bit paranoid, I think. I don’t remember anyone looking at me like I stole things because I left without a bag. As for the receipt, it’s not a big deal for me at the moment free run 2 . It’s winter, so I can just put my receipt in my coat pocket if I don’t feel like holding it. As for you, if it worries you so much, just bring your own bag(s). :)

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. free run 2 Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically.

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically.

But you’re missing the point. The rule of thumb is to get everything bagged except for an item you’re going to open up right there like a 20 oz. bottle of Pepsi that you’re going to drink or items that are too big for a bag such as cat litter. When you walk out of a store with an item unbagged it looks like you stole it. Also you have to carry the register slip in your hand instead of it being in the bag and you can lose it before you get out of the store and be accused of shoplifting. There has to be a limit to going green. Common sense no longer exists. These people are insane when it comes to not doing things systematically.