My first ever job was bagging grocery stores at the mom and pop supermarket in my neighborhood. I made a whopping $5.30 an hour to shove items into a bag and try not to pack a watermelon on top of eggs. During my stint as a bagger, I recall being able to identify a shopper’s personality based on his or her grocery items. In case you were wondering, here’s what your bagger thinks about as your items roll towards him on the conveyor belt.
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