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13 Rude Things You Need to Stop Doing at the Grocery Store

Reader's Digest Logo By Lauren Cahn of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 13: Leaving your cart in the parking lot rather than walking it back to the cart return station is not just lazy. It's downright annoying for anyone who thinks they're about to pull into a parking spot only to discover there's an empty shopping cart in the way, not to mention infuriating for anyone who returns to discover their car is scratched thanks to a stray shopping cart. So it's not surprising that 72 percent of responders in Treadmill Review's survey of grocery store etiquette said leaving your cart in the lot is a big no-no.

Leaving your cart in the parking lot

Leaving your cart in the parking lot rather than walking it back to the cart return station is not just lazy. It's downright annoying for anyone who thinks they're about to pull into a parking spot only to discover there's an empty shopping cart in the way, not to mention infuriating for anyone who returns to discover their car is scratched thanks to a stray shopping cart. So it's not surprising that 72 percent of responders in Treadmill Review's survey of grocery store etiquette said leaving your cart in the lot is a big no-no.
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