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By Anonymous - / Sunday 21 February 2010 11:58 / New Zealand
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  jennacide  |  0

Oh damn, you can't beat two camels in a tiny car. But I can get my crazy asian girlfriend on you. ;D Couldn't resist. OP- I would've done the same thing except not with $200 worth of things I bought, that was the only dumb part of this. Why not have a rush of fun guys? As long as he isn't hurting anyone.

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  caits13  |  0

I'm surprised that there was an actual sign that said: "Do not ride down the ramp on trolleys." It seems ridiculous that a large grocery store would write stupid stuff like that. They actually thought some people would be so stupid as to try that (*you*) so they put up a real sign saying that. Seems hughly unlikely to me. 

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  yottskry  |  0

WooO! Another case of "Stupid Yank knows nothing about the rest of the world!"! "Trolley" is what we call what you call a "shopping cart". Geez, the world knows American stuff but you guys live in your own little bubble.

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  perdix  |  29

C'mon! That sign is just DARING you to do it! It's practically entrapment where a normal person wouldn't even think of doing that, the sign puts the idea into their head. Does your family know why they have to eat omelettes with lint, hair and gravel in them for dinner tonight?

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  Ajjas013  |  6

Exactly. Rules are made to be broken. I don't see why people fucking complain everytime they get a hair in their food. Especially if the hair is curly and short, you better be damn thankful your chef cares enough to give you a special order. Give your food a personal touch. Nobody said that isn't in restaurant etiquette. That sign saw that shit coming. FYL

By  ydi_ruuc  |  0

Dyslexia at it's best.

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  ydi_ruuc  |  0

It doesn't sound fun when you say it from a different perspective... "Hey!That dude just rode down a ramp and crushed $200 of groceries! That looks fun!"

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  vexis58  |  1

I love how you assume that everyone ignores signs. I don't ignore signs, especially if they say something is "strictly prohibited". I assume there must be a good reason for the sign, and any time you say to yourself "what's the worst thing that could happen," you're just tempting Murphy's Law to demonstrate.

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