It is! Early Leslie the lesbian! =o
I hate when they do that! =(
I always take the bag and use it for my trash can. Mostly becuase I know they will do this anyway.
i use it for dog poop. lol
I use it for both! And cleaning up my ferret’s litter box (^_^)
As a veteran of the Retail Wars, I once had a customer spend five minutes detailing the cost, time, and energy that goes in to producing those bags.
Of course, the faction I worked for also would right you up if you wasted bags like Leslie is doing here.
*write…been up for too long reading the entire Roomies/It’s Walky/Joyce and Walky archive and now re-reading shortpacked for all the jokes I missed not having the phrame of reference
Been there, done that! Once they’re off the rack, they’re a pain in the arse to use.
I still work in retail and the bags are easy enough to put back on the rack. If they’re already opened, you don’t even have to open them again, they’re ready to go.
Also, I apologize for the rant; it’s just a peeve of mine to waste the bags like that.
I work at a Rite Aid, and when I inquire to a customer about their preference for items being bagged, I specifically tailor the question (wording and inflection) to influence them to go bagless. Also, I have rescued *clean* bags from the tops of our garbage bins (CLEAN bags only, mind you) and re-set them in the bag dispenser things. Every little bit helps!
I wonder she was intended to show up later.
I know right? That’s the magic about Willis’s comics: things you don’t think will be important later play a key role in the future and it just makes you wonder if he makes stuff up along the way or if he’s got things planned from waaaaaay before.
I love this comic’s title almost as much as Leslie.
This is why I don’t go shopping ever
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