• @Death_Equity
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    261 month ago

    There is only one trip, there will only ever be one trip. A second trip is the sign of weak fingers and poor constitution.

  • HubertManne
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    61 month ago

    my grandma would call that a lazy mans load. both ways. take to little an your to lazy to lift more. take to much and your to lazy to make multiple trips.

  • @Katana314
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    31 month ago

    Two trips doesn’t quite work out when you walked to the grocery store to begin with, unfortunately.

  • @[email protected]
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    31 month ago

    I live in an upstairs apartment and my garage is disconnected from the house. I’m absolutely not making multiple trips if o dont have to

  • @[email protected]
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    21 month ago

    it continues to baffle me that it’s just completely normal for some people to do gargantuan shopping runs like this, i never buy more than can fit in my packpack and an extra bag…

    • hswolf
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      11 month ago

      it’s a cultural thing, countries that had volatile economie and grocerie pricing at some point made people buy all their necessities in bulk, since prices would literally change multiple time in the day, crazy isn’t it

      • @Emerald
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        31 month ago

        It’s also because many Americans can’t just walk/bike to the store. So it’s to minimize car trips, which is a good thing.

    • @dingus
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      21 month ago

      When I lived in an apartment complex where we had to park very far away, I did see a lot of tenants using small carts to carry all their groceries in at once! Seemed very smart to me!

  • @Zess
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    11 month ago

    Laughs in kitchen right next to attached garage

        • @[email protected]
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          429 days ago

          It depends on how much you use. If you find that you’re able to use everything you buy in bulk then more power to you. I tried for the longest time but found myself throwing out way more food than I felt good about.

          Nowadays I only buy staples in bulk, and smaller more frequent purchases of everything else, with an intentional meal plan.

  • THCDenton
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    11 month ago

    I’ve flown to close to the sun before. I’ve got time.

  • AwkwardLookMonkeyPuppet
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    11 month ago

    You will become humble if you shop at Costco. 5 or 6 trips to get everything inside.