Life as a shopping cart: it’s no piece of cake.

photoWhy do people abandon their shopping carts all over parking lots?

1. They want to make a video when the speeding cart aces the side of someone’s new Porsche at the bottom of the hill.

2. They have an urgent appointment with the driver’s seat, and besides, fresh air makes them dizzy.

3. They can’t find the cart corral because it’s on the ground right next to their 3-story SUV.

4. There’s no cute little happy face sign on the cart that reads, “Please don’t leave me in the parking lot.”

5. They see it as an existential issue: they think it gives the poor guy patrolling the lot on foot for stray carts a reason to live.

6. It helps them feel young and free and irresponsible.

7. Their mother always did it, so if it was good enough for her…

8. They think as long as the cart wasn’t moving when they released it, it’ll stay there. What are those little round things on the bottom, anyway?

9. They’re honing the art of letting go.

10. It’s the law at Wal-Mart.

More on shopping carts from a friend who’s quite gifted with her camera and in her imagination.

About Russ Wollman

My feet are finally in the water, and I want to keep them there.
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2 Responses to Life as a shopping cart: it’s no piece of cake.

  1. I really liked your post. I read your blog quite often and I just shared
    it on Twitter. Keep up the good work.

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