BindweedHawkmoth2776 karma2020-03-18 03:27:51 UTC
My Mum and Aunt went to a Costco in the UK a few days ago. They said there was no toilet paper on the shelves, because what staff were doing was settIng up little toilet paper stations around the store. They checked each customer's trolley as it went past, and if there wasn't a pack of toilet paper on the trolley, staff would ask the customers if they would like some and give a pack from their station. If they already had one, the customer would not be given another pack.
I thought that was a brilliant way to stop people panic buying entire trolleys full! Do you know if this is a widespread practice, or maybe something this store came up with themselves?
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BindweedHawkmoth95 karma2014-08-10 22:10:55 UTC
How are you enjoying NHS(tm) brand hospital food? I've been hospitalised a few times, and I found it nowhere near as bad as people make out. The jelly and rice pudding I had were pretty awesome.
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