You mean there are carts without thumping, squeaking wheels!?!?!?
If I don', I go through the row till I find one.<br />
Gimme character damnit! =)
I pay attention to the first ten feet and return any that are seriously defective.
Not always but more often than I like. I have also gotten carts with minds of their own. They will decide to turn on their own and that is no fun at all either.
As an official supermarket employee, I can’t divulge exactly how many of our carts have “the wheel from hell” on them (that’s privileged information). However… (whispering) I can tell you that we use that “unique” sound to track your movements throughout the store. If the sound stops for too long, we focus the security camera on you your last location to see if you’ve abandoned the cart for a quieter one or have given up and are “sampling” the Tylenol.
yes. i return it. and end up with another that's worse..... :/
oh my god i hate when you get the cart that pulls to the right and keeps banging into the isle and knocking cans over but i stick with it helps with my workout routine:) and im too lazy to go back and get another cart:)
No becuase I will take it back not end up with it.
No longer so, I had the curse removed by a voodoo spell.
I think they leave them out deliberately when they see me coming!
Yes, OMG, and it only makes left turns!
yes and sometimes it is hard to push
It's karma, in my case. It never fails. I always get the worst cart. To top it off, I got into an argument with one of the clerks at the market where I shop and, one day when my car broke down in the lot, she not only refused to phone AAA for me (I'd left my phone at home) but gave me a shopping cart to use to take my groceries home in (I live a block away) without informing me that this kind of shopping cart stops dead and won't move one inch once it reaches the edge of the parking lot. Then she and her other clerk friends stood around laughing at me as I dodgedars, pushed and pulled, cursed and went through a lot of trouble extricating my groceries from the cart and carrying them, a few at a time, to the edge of the curb.<br />
Now, I don't shop there anymore. And I never use shopping carts at all--I figured out that if I put it in a shopping cart, it's probably more than I can afford nowadays anyway.
Yo, I swore it was just me or the one wheel that won't turn so your fish tailing in and out of aisle.