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  Jammy01jams  |  16

It's really not that odd tbh. When at work we talk about the same kind of stuff. It's the thing most of us have most in common. Yes I work in a grocery store too.

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  Jammy01jams  |  16

Hey 112, you work at sobers I work at Freshco! Same company. Workin near Burlington maybe?

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  CatEyes66  |  24

I get excited everyday when the mail comes. It's something to look forward too and you can unwrap it. I get especially excited if I get a package, like Christmas excited but Sunday's are a bummer.

By  saIty  |  30

Boxes excite everyone. Remember when we were young, we got inside boxes and pretended they were a spaceship or a car? Ah, those were the days.

By  perdix  |  37

So, how's the cabbage? Lately, apples and grapefruit at the grocery store have been shitty and expensive. If you produce people would focus on the quality of the product and not the packaging, maybe I'd be a happier customer.

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  Cmdr_Shepard  |  37

If you really want quality fruits and vegetables, you should be buying local. I read a book about a family that decided to start their own farm and their research on Big Agriculture is horrifying. If you became aware of all the disgusting behind-the-scene practices of corporate farms, you will never shop at a grocery store again.

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  jwshrieky  |  37

Most of the time, when produce comes in, it looks fantastic. All it take is four or so hours of customers, such as yourself, to bash it around and destroy it. And produce staff who are working for a pittance do not have anything to do with the quality of the product coming in. They don't know till the boxes are open.

By  Buttsexpirate  |  27

"Oh god did you see hair on that corn? Talk about luscious!" "I know! And don't even get me started on those soft buns we got earlier. As well as the new peanut butter containers, they're to die for!"

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