>self checkout has been around for years
>still buggy as fuck
>still needs an employee to stand near them
Do they make these faulty on purpose to give jobs to autists that can't even work a register?
There's still a massive amount of dumb niggers who go through with huge items that are totally impractical for self checkout or a cart of 50+ items who basically need a full checkout employee anyways. And old people who have no idea what's going on.
>Be me a few weeks ago
>Just want to buy a fucking Pepsi
>One register open, like 10 people in line
>All self-checkouts being used
>Self-checkout attendant just finished checking out a spic family with like 20 items
>Walk up and set down my Pepsi
>"I just need to buy this real quick"
>SORRY SIR YOU'LL HAVE TO GO TO A REGISTER
I never got my Pepsi :(
I tell you what. I use them all the time and gtfo pronto. But I see half of them clogged with morons that can't figure it out.
Can't wait until something like RFID is cheap enough to embed in every product so there will be no more checkout. The store just charges your account when you walk out the door. Not sure how it would handle produce but most other things could be taken care of automatically.
You misunderstood anons. I walked past the self-checkouts (which were all being used by people too dumb to figure them out, so I didn't want to wait just so I could buy one item) to the self-checkout attendant on duty. The attendant can ring up items at their little register if they're not feeling like being assholes. The attendant had just finished ringing up a large amount of items for a couple of customers. I figured that my single item wouldn't be a problem. It was, and the attendant told me to fuck right off.
Oh I understand now. Ya the store I work at will do this. I've actually seen multiple times the attendant tell somebody to come to them if it's backed up and they have 1 or 2 things or something.
They have the people there to stop thieves. I saw a guy pay for like one item and run off with 3 or 4 bags of shit. I've also seen people only scan one item and put a second in the bag. I'd say I see someone do something sketchy in the self checkout line almost once a week. I live in Baltimore, so it probably happens more here than other places. That seems to be the reason why the person is standing there watching everyone.
You realize that one employee can cover 4-6 self-checkout stations right? If anything they're taking away 3-5 autists' jobs. The employee is there for a large number of reasons, the least of which is the machines being "faulty."
I always self checkout, never had an issue.
Dude was probably pissed the spics walked right up and expected he scan a cartload of items at his tiny register when the self checkouts where already full of retards he had to babysit.
Does the dildo come included like your uniform, or do you have to pay extra for it?
When your shift is over, does the store take and clean your dildo for you, or do you have to do that at home?
Actually the opposite. Attendant was apparently friends with the spics from the way they were talking and being friendly. Then some asshole white kid with his Pespi walks up and, yeah, FUCK that guy! To the lane with you!
Why can't we order our groceries online yet?
Waiting in line in 2015 is bullshit.
I'm not getting any younger here.
You can order some foods online.
But it's a bit dumb to do that unless you're buying things in bulk.
I ordered all my bird food online for 2 years.(Only because no local store had what I wanted)
Giant in Northern VA area has Peapod but they charge for delivery I think so fuck that. Amazon's doing that stupid click thing.
I'm on the verge of getting a 50cc moped for my 3AM 4 mile round trips to Kroger.
What about a store where you buy your shit online and go pick it up when they've packed it?
It would speed things up so much and eliminate delivery fees.
You'd still have to wait in line, since dozens of people will also be picking their shit up when you visit too.
Pretty pointless. May as well just get your shit in the store and check out.
Because either the store gets rid of those items after x days and constantly has to deal with angry retards who storm in the day after demanding their items, or they keep them indefinitely and run out of space.
Then go to the 24/7 Wal-Mart or Kroger after 1 AM like every other NEET.
Unless you're some Good Goy faggot.
>tfw in and out of Wal-Mart in 5 minutes at 3 AM
guess it varies from country to country, we do ~90% of our grocery shopping online, 2 deliveries a week. If I'm physically at tescos then I use scan as you shop.
PLEASE PLACE YOUR ITEM IN THE BAG
>tfw I have to pay 10 cents for bag
I used to work at a 24/7 walmart, around 3am was when the awkward types would walk up to pay.
Their social graces were so stilted and awkward, they wouldn't even look at me. Of course, I found it hard not to speak up and ask how their night was going.
Often times, they would trembled, start stuttering, go red in the face, or all three.
Another weird thing, they would always buy microwavable meals instead of food staples.
I guess neets can't cook either?
I'm a former cashier who operated the self-check out registers many times and can speak from experience:
1. The machines are outdated or whoever programmed them set them up to have unrealistic expectations with how they measure weight.
2. A lot of people are stupid while on the spot or use the self-check out machines when they shouldn't. An example of this would be someone with a full cart of clothing, fruits & vegetables, televisions and other things of that nature.
I've seen straight up Mexican migrant workers be pros at the self-check out, but at the same time I see an old ass white man say something stupid like "where's the English in this damn machine?! I don't Spanish!" Even though there's a big ass button that says BEGIN or something similar.
Also the cashier isn't really there to actually do any cashiering as much as he's just there to prevent people from stealing. People wouldn't feel comfortable if you put a camera in their face while they go out shopping. The illusion is that the cashier is doing something cashier-y, when in fact they're just there to prevent you from stealing because that's how humans work. We like rules and shit, even if it's from a retail employee in uniform who makes minimum wage.
My best advice is if you dislike self-check out don't use it, go at a time where there's more registers open, or don't go to any place that refuses to hire the appropriate amount of cashiers. I don't get what's so complicated about it. You're shopping in most-likely a big ass retail store, there's going to be lots of people, and it's going to require you to wait. That's part of life: waiting.
pick up a scanner as you go in, scan everything yourself and bag it up as you go round, pay at the end.
occasionally someone will come and check 5 items at random as you pay.
When your time is literally worthless, you might as well cook.
Unless you're one of those neets that likes to dress like a girl, then starving yourself is probably the best way to go.
>When your time is literally worthless, you might as well cook.
Gourmet cooking aside, microwave/frozen food costs about the same as all of the ingredients do. The only think you really save on is your intake of Sodium when cooking yourself.
One VALID reason for it is managing your food intake. A $1 frozen box of microwave Mac and Cheese is easier to cook and portion than a $1.50 box of Kraft which feeds 2.5 people IIRC.
Another reason is fuck all of the time and effort of mixing your own pancakes when Eggos are just as good for the minute it takes to toast them. MAYBE the occasional "just add water" shit is worth the effort but seriously, fuck all of the prep, cooking, and cleaning when it's just for you.
And speaking of "gourmet" cooking, most people waltzing into Wal-Mart at 3AM to buy Eggos, 88-cent bread, and microwave food probably don't make much more than the employees working there do so do the math on how many steaks per month someone's willing to invest in themselves regardless of who makes their money for them.
If Wal-Mart isn't more than 15 minutes from your house that argument *COULD* be valid, especially depending on where you live.
Spending an extra $5 on your groceries because you're some extremist capitalist faggot that would rather go to Target in $100 Yoga pants makes you the bigger fucking nigger.
Also the fact they're probably young(like me), so fuck buying vegetables and healthy shit.
I can worry about that when I'm over 150lbs or 40 years old. I dont give a shit about growing old
This post demonstrates that you can't cook at all. Nobody says that you have to make gourmet food, but even cooking a simple pasta dish is far healthier than anything you can get microwave/frozen and much more delicious. And no, basic cooking tasks are piss easy.
Literally any dumb bitch in Target during business hours is "dat ass in yoga pants".
Funniest considering it's her husband's money she's spending the premium price on while she's exhibitioning like some whore.
You'd be right.
>i have never cooked for myself and I don't intend to
Eating becomes so much more rewarding when it's not soaked in preservatives and yellow dye #5.
Freshly cooked food tastes so much better too.
If you're too jaded on life to realize that, then I won't bother arguing with you.
It takes 15 minutes to cook pasta or 3 minutes to microwave it.
Unless you're just putting butter and/or Parmesan on the pasta, boiling your own pasta requires cleaning of the strainer, the dish you it it from, and whatever you prep the sauce in. Sodium aside, from a caloric standpoint you're eating about the same, if not more, than you are eating the microwave shit and that's if you do care about your food intake.
Pasta sauce about 400mg of sodium per serving in it and to get 'good coverage' on the pasta you need about double the serving size negating ANY of the nutritional savings by cooking it yourself vs. microwaving it. Please shut the fuck up.
Self-checkout might be successful in limited places for items that you need right away. Many other items might also be available via vending style machines which will accept phone payments.
However the future is NOT self-checkout.
The future is expansion of online sales, and a revolution in super fast home delivery.
The future is also showcase stores or malls, you walk in and see available products that you can buy. You might even be able to test or try on certain products. If you want something you take out your phone and add the item to your list. After you leave the store, the orders are placed. They are loaded on to a self-driving delivery truck/car, which drives the products to your home. There may even be a system to auto-accept items via a drop box or some type of a specialized delivery android (to walk steps and carry items). This maybe done so fast with self-driving cars, that you might get the items home before you return yourself.
Most shopping will be done online of course, but stores will still exist for you to see, test and try new products.
Grocery shopping may also become a subscription service, where you subscribe to certain products and get them auto delivered every few days, weeks, months, etc. With sensors and such this may even become automatic.
Delivery for fast food might also become even faster with self driving cars and automated delivery. Also food might be prepared by an automated system inside the car while it drives, depending on the product. Or a car will be loaded with semi-finished food product and drive out for deliveries while food continues cooking and is packaged inside the car.
Demand based 3d-printing may also become more common. Home 3d printing may also become big for both products and food.
If you live for the next 20-40 years you'll probably see this happen in your city.
I work helpdesk at a fortune 500 grocer and I have to troubleshoot these peaces of shit.
Fujitsu and their retarded Canadian helpdesk is fucking worthless.
On the off chance that someone from Fujitsu sees this... Fuck you. The only company I've worked with that is more inept is Ricoh.
I've researched the idea for an Uber for Groceries kind of thing. There's no cost-effective way to do "grocery ride sharing". Paypal and all of the other Jew sites want WAY too much off the top to do as a 'small business'.
E-commerce needs more alternative payment methods for anything like that to take off.
Avoiding kg of sodium alone is a good reason to cook for yourself. Seriously, sodium in frozen food tastes absolutely awful. I couldn't imagine regularly eating that stuff. Not everyone is a fatass with no self-control that needs to have their meals pre-portioned to them; you'll can be much healthier own meals and this should be obvious why.
Have you ever heard of power bill? The pan and strainer can be handwashed but you've just added $5-$10 to your monthly power bill because you DON'T want to artificially devalue yourself by microwaving some meals based on some standards you're fed by the Good Goy TV show.
It'll be like what IKEA sortof does now, except even further, say you never even go into a warehouse portion to grab your stuff, just motorized shelve robots move your purchases to the exit to load in your car or just ship to you.
Using a microwave would use far more power and cost more than handwashing dishes and letting them dry. Not sure how a dishwasher would compare to a microwave in energy consumption, but you cannot argue the first case.
So you're adding the time and effort of handwashing your fucking dishes? The meal just became a 30 minute endeavor.
Washing dishes also requires hot water which negates your bullshit claim of power savings over the microwave.
How do people get this complacent?
I don't understand it.
Imagine having to eat microwavable salt-drenched processed garbage every day of your life because it's marginally more convenient than eating real food.
>because it's marginally more convenient than eating real food.
Unless you're making pasta sauce from scratch using tomato sauce and all of the spices, which is more expensive than buying pre-made sauce, then you're not saving on sodium. I established that above and PLEASE go look at the nutrition facts on the label and see for yourself.
Most microwave meals have 500-700mg of sodium for the entire meal. The pasta sauce ALONE for home prep has 350-420mg per serving and, just like cereal, the serving sizes are for fucking infants and you need to double it to actually taste/enjoy it.
Short of a vegetable/salad diet that tastes like shit you're not easily escaping the 2000mg/day of sodium.
Hot water is only necessary for any tough stains. Microwaves also have pretty high wattage, so it isn't unfeasible that it would take more energy than a few seconds of hot water.
>The meal just became a 30 minute endeavor.
Do you really think this is a big deal? I'm done with this discussion. This is ridiculous.
I think that just depends on how the particular person washes the dishes.
This is delusional. Nobody is licking all of the tomato sauce out of the bowl.
No, what's ridiculous is pissing away 30 minutes a day, 3 times per day, on a meal you're flushing down the toilet within the next 24 hours.
You're the one that truly hates himself.
>No, what's ridiculous is pissing away 30 minutes a day, 3 times per day, on a meal you're flushing down the toilet within the next 24 hours.
What a contrived way to view cooking.
It's true. And I get to select the exact items I want. I don't have to go up and down every single isle until I find what I'm looking for.
>kek you don't MEMORIZE where items are in the store?!
>the grocery store NEVER moves things around so that you spend more time in the store :^)
Furthermore, I know for sure I've selected everything where as at the grocery store, it's easy to forget something on a paper list
>IDIOT DETECTED. SENDING ATTENDANT FOR ASSISTANCE
People who don't know how to use the self-checkout really amaze me. I watch as people listen for the voice to command them what to do.
You can skip the voice by just hitting start and scanning the item. Also, there are arrows that point to exactly where you should put the bar code. If you are having trouble scanning, you might be retarded. Also, if your grocery store isn't autistic, it will allow you to enter the produce codes with relative ease.
>mfw people actually WAIT for the voice prompt to tell them what to do
The voice prompt will cease if the system is aware that you are not retarded.
>mfw I scan 30 items, bag them, and pay as everyone else stands there mystified as the voice prompts say
>PLEASE PLACE YOUR ITEM IN THE BAG
>"Which item????? this one?"
>PLEASE PLACE YOUR ITEM IN THE BAG
>"Which item are they talking about?!?!?!"
>PLEASE WAIT FOR ASSISTANCE
>*attendant takes the item and puts it in the bag*
>PLEASE SCAN THE ITEM
>PLACE THE BARCODE ON THE BARCODE SCANNER
>"what does it mean place the barcode on the barcode scanner?!"
>PLEASE GIVE UP ON LIFE
No cost-effective way for now due to no self-driving cars yet.
Once self-driving cars become a thing, and I think many of us agree that within a decade or two it will happen. Then delivery prices become super cheap, companies become interested in product loading/offloading systems for the cars and automated home deliveries. Also even retail sales are down, as so many more people buy certain things online and use stores to view items, especially in tech.
Yeah good point. Also I think Amazon uses some automated systems already in their warehouses.
I once accidentally scanned my Everyday rewards card at a Coles checkout instead of my flybys card.
The lady, very passive agressively instructed and informed me "INCORRECT ITEM, PLEASE SCAN FLYBYS."
Fuck that was funny, the assistant couldn't understand why I was in stiches.
self-checkouts are actually more expensive (in time and money) than just having a couple people working registers.
They have to be maintained by skilled labor
Unless you R&D them yourself, you're reliant on a third party to maintain support (they'll gouge the shit out of you every chance they get)
There's increased product loss due to how much easier it is to steal via self-checkout lines
It takes longer, on average, for customers to checkout
source: work on the technical side of the retail industry
Unexpected item in the bagging area
I remember when lucky give out this stickers. Might as well put it on the lucky card when customer scan it right? SUCH A WASTE OF PAPER
at least they did better than FRY'S which everything is done MANUALLY! FUCK YOU RANDY
Will you cunts explain to me how the shit this is supposed to work for buying things like steaks?
I dont know about you guys but I don't just grab any fuckin steak. That shit needs to be the best cut there.
Same goes for all fresh produce. You really want some twat shoveling your vegetables into a bag will nilly!?
Needs like, a video feed of the available selection and you circle the ones you want.
>Not getting your friend to distract the employee guarding the self-checkout then proceeding to put expensive items in as "Bananas"
>go to store
>get something expensive per pound
>make sure no one is within earshot
>ring it in as kale or bananas
>less than 1 dollar for 2 pounds of grapes
>no one gives two shits
used to be even easier at shaws. their machines didn't announce what you were ringing up as.
>what is Amazon
>what is AmazonFresh
>what is AmazonGrocer
>what is Safeway
>what is Peapod
>what is Envoy
>what is Netgrocer
>what is Homegrocer
>what is Walmart
>what is EcoMeal
>what is Vons
>what is Instacart
>what is Schwans
>what is Albertsons
>what is MyBrands
>what is Acme
>what is BigAppleGrocer
>what is Citarella
>what is FreshDirect
>what is GopherGrocery
>what is YourGrocer
>what is DoortoDoorOrganics
>what is 25,000 Yelp pages
>what is a web search
Scan it, place it in bagging area, wait for it to register that you've placed it in bagging area, repeat with next item.
People think there's super computers running it...they're not.
well, it depends on the industruy... home depot isn't going anywhere any time soon... too many products, and users always want to try before buying.
however, the self-checkout is really used as a manpower multiplier, so that one cashier can run 4 checkouts at the same time, but is still there to scan big items, and watch shit
Well they have to be online to do all of the credit processing. I'm not sure if they're connected to the internet or use some special network where there's a central system that does the money stuff in the store.
> Well they have to be online to do all of the credit processing.
Yeah, I'm an idiot. One could only hope that it's an intranet with really strict firewall rules. But the fact that they still use XP doesn't help with this assumption.
>have to bring ghetto ass walmart bag in store
Fuck them I keep my 10 cents
>Walmart brings back complimentary bagging after much public bitching
>Some fedora wearing asshat is petitioning for their removal once more
What the actual fuck
Kroger had an error with their self check and I was getting almost free soda. Some fat lady busted me though and I had to pay full price, now I don't buy soda anymore.
Never thought of getting meat this way.
If I want a steak or any meat besides chicken, I go to a butcher. Better cuts to your preference for cheaper than the supermarket.
I get typical shit like onions and potatoes at the supermarket as well, but if I want seasonal produce then the farmers market every time. Again, cheaper, better, local.
If I want rice or fish, I go to the Asian supermarket.
I live in fucking Alabama and I have all of these resources within 10 square miles of my home, and I'm 40 minutes from any sizeable urban city.
I have a solution to this.
We simply need to
On every self checkout register.
>any time an item that's not been scanned on a specific register gets scanned it has to compile for the item.
It'll be awesome in a couple years!
DID SOMBADEH SAY UHNIONS? IF SOH DUMB AND WEAK YE LET A WEE CARPORATION CONTROHL YE IT'S NAH WOONDER YAH'D WORK AT WALMART
We need to have robots like TARS from Interstellar monitoring the self checkouts. No one would fuck with TARS. I shat bricks during that gate scene where Cooper gets tazed by TARS.
Before I worked in IT I worked for a very large supermarket franchise supervising the service area. I will let you know 99% of people who complain about the self serve machines are retards that can't seem to comprehend how they work even when explained to them. I would put you in this category op
Yea but the employees are stupid as shit, on a related note a 750ml of absolut vodka fits perfectly in a saltine box and a $1 cup UPC code covers the UPC of a $200 air filter pretty nicely. Just make sure to push the "don't bag this" when prompted
I hate watching people with no desire to think realistically or think like an engineer, criticize systems that require engineering.
Think of all the edge cases, ways to exploit the system, ways to break it, etc you need to cover for. Then shut your mouth and think before posting your garbage thread on this fine Mongolian tapestry weaving imageboard.
its a shit waste of time if you are doing any real type of shopping. The fat whore at the register with stubs for fingers can process my fresh produce much quicker than self checkout.
Selfcheckout is ok when you're buying twinkies, cheetos and mountain dew
Alabama is god's country. We're spoiled here by having basically every type of produce and livestock within a 200 mile radius. The tradeoff is living alongside nignogs, fundies, and crooked government officials.
cooking for myself and my girl is the manliest thing I do on a daily basis, no joke. There's something magical about picking up fresh local ingredients on the cheap and spending 30 minutes to an hour turning it into something healthy and delicious.
There are multiple vendors with some offering better implementations and different sensitivity settings to deter theft. When the settings get cranked up its pretty hard not to hit an error.
You really think beef will still be legal in 20 to 40 years?
You've heard about the water use, the deforestation, the carbon emissions, the cancer risks, the obvious obesity problems involved in beef consumption?
And then the less rational moral panics, imagine the damage one more horse meat or mad cow outbreak will do.
I hate self-checouts.
They're fine for when I have few items and it would be faster scanning/paying myself than waiting to have someone else do it.
But I see people with cartfuls of stuff going through them.
At that point, why would you WANT to pay a company to do their work for you?
Yeah, you can trick it with items of similar weight but it depends on how sensitive the weight tolerance is. There's also the loose vegetables method although it's kinda well known now and staff are going to be watching you while you slip in bottles of wine weighed in as a bag of onions.
>Self Checkout running windows xp
>Self Checkout running windows
>Self Checkout running any kind of full computer operating system that has not been designed to run a dedicated task
Costco's self-checkout is pretty good. You get a little device to carry around the store and you just scan stuff as you add it to your cart. On your way out someone quickly looks over your cart, you swipe your credit card on the device to pay, and then you return the device to them and leave.
Human interaction is pretty minimal. Just "Please swipe your card" and "Have a good day!"
>can't get 75% off last day discount at self checkout
>have to wait in line
>fuck pushing shopping carts. I'm not getting paid for pushing that shit. It's like they are tricking me into pushing for them. And having a nigger doing it for me would be much faster.
>Can you please stop using that word.
>fuck pushing shopping carts. I'm not getting paid for pushing shit. It's like they are tricking me into pushing for them. And having a nigger doing it for me would be much faster.
No problem man.
It's planned obsolescence driven by the free market. If you do something right the first time, you lose. You have to slowly upgrade everything over a couple of decades in order to milk the system.
No not entirely true, though yes a lot of muricans buy precut and packaged meats from the grocery stores meats department, because its easier and faster.
But they all have butchers and fresh cuts right there to buy or get a custom cut (or seafood).
There has been plenty of times when I use the self check out and forget to put up an item or two before I cash out at the self check outs, and then just walk out with the item(s) without paying. But it’s usually a donut or two, or some candy.
Though I have seen people using their own bags sneak more expensive items into their bags to not have to pay for them. If I feel the mood, I do sometimes report them for shits and giggles, but not usually.
>jew company buys $10,000 checkout machine
>no need to hire anyone so they can feed their family and boost the economy
>the jew company keeps all profit and gets richer while other people get poorer
I'm all for jobs as long as they are relevant to the economy and people.
>jews hire people to work
>jews pay shit wages so people go to another jew (bankers) to get a lone so they can afford a house and car for work
>after everyone takes out their credits
>stock marker crashes
>jews lay off people to save their money
>everyone in financial crisis
it's like you weren't alive during 2008 or something
Well, labor usage only gets more efficient with time. If you wanna complain about those iron horses putting good, honest carriage-drivers and animal-tenders out of a job, well, good luck with that.
the fault there lies in the people who borrowed money to finance a lifestyle they couldn't afford. Especially the ones that buy houses and think that, unlike any other market asset, they can't drop in value. For every predatory lender, there's a reckless borrower.
The most eye opening experience I had was watching this documentary. They honestly believe everyone else is here to serve them.
"he also knows life is good under the Jews"
The point is, most of the time it's not a reckless loan that they ask for. It's money for a house so people can start to have families or loans because the health care system in America is dogshit expensive. Most major businesses are scum that would rather outsource jobs so they make more money. People blame the immigrants for taking jobs but it's these cocksucking jews that outsource more jobs than the Mexicans take. I live in Florida where a lot of people feel a hated toward immigrants but they are just people trying to make a living with limited job opportunities like the rest of us. It's corporates fault they would rather underpay 3 people than not pay a decent wage to 1 employee. It literally fucks everyone over besides corporate.
>>mfw people actually WAIT for the voice prompt to tell them what to do
I tell people that I don't like going to Walmart because it's a shitty company, but in reality it's because i can't stand watching those people.
>obvious obesity problems involved in beef consumption
What does eating beef have to do with obesity? Pls tell me this is a troll...
>Muh vegetables are healthy!
Mom-science vegan fag please leave forever
The system is pretty solid if you know what causes it to shit itself. What's unacceptable is like 3 screens saying how would you like to pay (if you insert coins now it will throw a shitfit even though it should contextually understand what you want to do) - do you have a clubcard - would you like cashback - insert card. Just let people put the money in and you wouldn't have so many problems.
>GO into supermarket
>retards going through self checkout with 500 items
>go through normal register line, only has one other person in it
>hit on the qt register girl
>leave feeling confident
>realise I left my wallet at the checkout
>cancel my cards and never return to the store
Self checkouts are awesome. It's so easy to steal shit. And on the off chance you get caught you can just pretend it was an accident because you're an average dumb customer who can't figure it out.
next time that shit happens, chuck whatever item it is on the floor, scream "YOU MADE ME DO THIS" piss yourself and slow-walk out the fucking door. let him explain that to the manager.
Instead, you're paying people like me to do your shopping for you.
like we actually give a shit about your shopping. i pick shitty sell-by dates and damaged packets/bruised fruit on purpose. sometimes i don't even bother washing my hands after my morning wank and proceed to deal with 50 loads of groceries.
pick your own god damn food or face my jizzy apples, you lazy cunt.
No, you're gonna keep picking it for me like my own nigger, faggot.
he's basically a waster on the dole that was abusing the staff so they told him to fuck off and he chucked a bottle of milk at them. 1.50 worth of milk in the UK is pretty substantially heavy.
>mfw the ones at my supermarkets block on every warning
>items aren't the proper recorded weight
>PLEASE PLACE THE CORRECT ITEM IN THE BAGGING AREA
>it is there
>person just walks over, scans from their laniard, it stops blocking
>barcodes on some items are malformed so you need to look them up
to be fair, whenever that happens, I simply buy potatoes
>just like cereal, the serving sizes are for fucking infants and you need to double it to actually taste/enjoy it.
is this how fat people rationalize eating more? you guys just say the serving recommendation is wrong? rofl.
itz not your fault your fat, its the serving size!
you fat asses disgust me.
>is this how fat people rationalize eating more? you guys just say the serving recommendation is wrong? rofl.
The serving size is usually wrong especially when you actually lift/do sports and live an active life.
Sorry 150grams of ground beef and 3 tablespoons of oats isn't enough for adult males.
This happens to me every 3-4 items I scan. I hate it.
I explained to Safeway that I have no interest in shoplifting and asked if I just get a code or card so I could just pay for my items and go, but they obviously refused.
Now I order everything on Amazon with free shipping.