@VibratingButtChomper, I feel it’s more of a service to leave it in the parking stall next to me. Then the next person has a cart right when they get out of their car
@VibratingButtChomper, I'm sorry, but I hate you.
@TheStarHawk, don't be sorry. Hate is necessary sometimes
@TheStarHawk, spoken like a true retail employee
@VibratingButtChomper, lol dam, this joke wasn’t received well
Not at Walmart they haven't.
We in the UK are forced to, as we have to put £1 to borrow the cart and you only get it back of you return it. So if course, most of us get round it by using our car key to get the mechanism to release the £1, or we use washers or similar instead of a £1 coin
@TheMightyImp, Aldi used to do that in American stores since they are a German company but I don’t know if they still do it here
@TriangleTesticles, all the ones that I know of do. I shop there regularly.
Ever since I was a kid I loved running the cart down to the pickup area...
I mean it takes like 5 seconds.
I use to be a cart pusher. I feel this spiritual
90% of these damn things look like theyve been hit by an autistic monkey driving a ford pickup and theres about 1-and a half of them in a 600 meter radius. I'm poppin my cart up on the grassy knoll away from the ability to roll into cars and out of the way so people can still park. that's good enough
“ Dad, don’t..”
“....the cart Corral”
I work at a Best Buythat doesn't have a Corral. It's also windy and below freezing. People ain't bringing it all the way back in.
I was a cart guy at Walmart for 6 years
Corral seems like a melodramatic term for the cart catcher
@robee, I believe you mean the cart return.
@Bear of Light, you mean the trolly receptacle?
@robee, um the carriage garage
@salty joe, @robee, y'all need murica with that tea talk