I bought a bag at Walgreen’s way earlier in the summer…...lost it….don’t know where it is. So I bought a few bags at walmart and actually remembered to use them on Sunday….except that…I guess I bought out the store and my four bags weren’t enough, so I did have to use some plastic. Then….I had to go back today (teenage boys eat a lot) and forgot the darn bags. So I just bought 2 more and somehow I fit ninety dollars worth of stuff in both of them. I just carried the milk, laundry detergent, and beer (ok…so I guess I can’t blame it all on the boys ;0) I was still very proud of myself that I did not use one single plastic bag today! 4 years ago
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So I was at the mall the other day to get my laptop fixed at the Apple store, and I had to amuse myself for 30 minutes while they installed my new CD-Rom drive. I decided to meander over to Urban Outfitters, and wound up purchasing an adorable necklace stand.
“I don’t need a bag,” I told the cashier, since I had my shoulder bag on that I had carried my computer to the mall in.
“It counts as proof of your purchase,” he shot back.
“Isn’t that my receipt?”
After a brief argument, I took the bag. It wasn’t worth it. However, if my bag counts as proof of purchase, can’t I bring the empty bag back, stuff things I haven’t paid for into it, and make the same argument?
Ugh. It’s hard to fight the good fight on minor issues. It really is. 4 years ago