Eggs were on sale at Walmart, so I decided to check it out. I took two cartons off the shelf, and I jiggled each egg in each carton to see if they were still unbroken. Two of the eggs in each carton were stuck, so that it would likely be impossible to remove them without breaking the shell. So I checked another carton, and all its eggshells were unbroken. This man was standing next to me, and he seemed to be inferring that I should take one of the cartons that had broken eggs in it. I don’t know, that sounds a little demeaning to me, not to mention the fact that he has way more money in his pocket than me. Those eggs were on sale. They would expire in a week or two. There were a lot of them, too.
I would have taken the eggs that were not broken. It is common sense.
screw that guy…you did the right thing…I complimented a woman cashier today on her hair, and she thanked me and as I was leaving some old trucker was laughing and she asked what was funny, and he said, "hair…hahahahaha), screw him too.
Maybe it was because you touched the goods. I could see why someone would react, but I’m not sure I agree. Eggs are usually boiled or fried anyway.
I thought checking the eggs before you buy was common practice! Sounds like he’s the one with the problem. I hope you still got some!
What did he say? Who cares what he infers? He had no power over you to make you take the broken eggs.
Yes, I got some, and I’ll get more of the same when we go grocery shopping tomorrow, if they’re still there.