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    • It isn’t even hard to return a cart. Also I love it when the workers say “here I can take it” while you’re returning it
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    • How fucking entitled do you have to be to think leaving shopping carts out in the open is someone else’s problem? Pathetic
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    • Sales creates jobs. Your snobbiness just creates extra work. Don't get it mixed up. It isn't rocket science man.
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    • I'm a cart pusher at walmart (currently on the clock, but taking a shit) & fuck you if you don't return the cart
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    • As someone who does this as part of their job, please for the love of all that is holy. Walk the 10 steps to the damn corral and put your shit away
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    • I work at a retail store and the cart problem is rampant. When there's no carts for anyone to use I, the only cashier on shift, have to stop ringing up customers so i can go out and find the carts some asshole left behind the building.
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    • If someone ever makes the excuse that it makes jobs because they are lazy or gross and need to be cleaned up after you know 100% they are grade A asshole
      Glurch 1 aug
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    • They already have the job. You're just adding unnecessary mundane tasks to their job because you're a lazy piece of shit.
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    • *wiggles turd down my pant leg in the middle of the aisle* "creating jobs 💁"
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    • As someone who works at a grocery store. I get paid either way. You're not creating a job. You're being a dick. Be a civilized human being at put it in the fucking corral you lazy piece of shit.
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    • I work at a grocery store, I love getting stray carts cuz it means I can be outside longer instead of dealing with customers
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    • I'm a cart pusher and honestly people that do that make me wanna rip my hair out
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    • How people think corporations work - man, the cart guy sure seems to be struggling, better hire him some help! How it really works - we need to figure out how to optimize this employees performance or he needs to be replaced by someone who can handle this job.
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    • I used to have that mentality. Then I worked at Five Guys. My job was to cut potatoes, do dishes, and keep the lobby clean. When you throw peanut shells on the floor, you make my job so fucking difficult because I have so many other things to do.
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    • The Broken Window Fallacy: the belief that braking a window benefits the economy by giving the window maker work, when in fact it is just drawing time and effort away from other sources of work and income that could instead improve life rather than maintaining a status quo
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    • The cart grabbers are more often than not already working for the store in some other way and even if they aren’t they still have to go retrieve the carts from the cart holders. There’s no justifying leaving your cart somewhere in the middle of a parking lot like an asshole.
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    • The worst offenders are people who don't put the cart in the cart return when they're parked right fucking next to it
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    • not putting a cart back is the equivalent of putting another dish in the sink when someone just got done doing the dishes
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    • I've been yelled at by people because i call them out on not putting the cart back where it belongs. I'm happy i can cuss back since I don't work at thoes places.
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    • It’s just pure laziness. It’s not that hard to walk to put the cart away you lazy bums
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    • i fail to understand the logic of people who think like this. people dont get hired for the sole reason of collecting abandoned carts. they work a variety of jobs inside the store alongside cart pickup?? why dont people understand this??
      kiromi55 3 aug
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    • One time saw this bitch throw out random trash into the cart as she was about to leave the market. Told her thats not your personal trash can. She got into Karen mode and started to throw a tantrum and said her daughter's pregnant and i shouldnt be calling them trashy people 😂
      foxxyboi 2 aug
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    • As someone who grabs carts often for work, either put in the corral, or dont be the mf who takes a cart out after someone just took them all in and leave it there. Makes my closing and going home take a million times longer cause you couldn’t walk 20 feet to put it away properly
      Anubis15 1 aug
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    • As a cart pusher at Walmart it honestly doesnt make much of a difference. The only thing you can do that is actually helpful is grabbing carts from outside when going in and when your done putting it back in the rows inside
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    • Bruhhhhh i work at a safeway(im a starbucks barista) and i shit you not. Someone fucking DROPPED the drink i made them in front of starbucks AND LEFT. Didnt notify anyone, didnt ask for supplies to clean it up. Its called being fucking rude and if you do this shit i hate you
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    • Its like looking directly into a janitors eyes and shitting on the floor
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    • As someone who works at a grocery store it especially makes me mad when they leave the cart like THREE steps away from the return, like, really?!?!
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    • Creating more work, not more jobs
      xenoten 1 aug
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    • I work carts at sams, basically me and the boys spend 8 hours a day pushing 400 carts back into the vestibule either with the XD or by hand with a rope, its tiring and continuous. Please line up your carts in the corrals, and turn off assistance carts. 100 degrees in texas makes more work deadly.
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    • They are paid by the hour to do anything the establishment wants them to do. I work in retail and I don't mind folding Tshirts people unfold, i literally am paid to go to the store and do anything that the manager tells me for a certain amount of hours, if I'm not re-folding Tshirts, i do other stuf
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    • Their "job" is to go get the carts from the cart return and bring them back to the store. Its not a part of their job to fish shopping carts out of every isle of cars. However our Wal-Mart has the cart return like super far away from the handicap spots. (1/2)
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    • It's not creating a job, it's creating more work for someone who's already doing a job and is probably overworked as it is.
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    • Cart return? That shit is weak. I take my shit all the way back up to the store
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    • As cart boy (I prefer the title "Keeper of the Lot"), I applaud this. People push 1 cart around an air-conditioned store for a little bit, then think it's so much of a hassle to return it that we have to be outside for hours on end, non-stop hauling carts back to the right spot.
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    • Calling it “creating jobs” is fucking stupid. The job’s already been created, you’re just adding to their workload
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    • Even if there are some people who claim to be...cart retrievers...and say they like to fetch them as something to do, loose carts are generally a nuisance. They block parking spots, slow down traffic, scratch cars, and generally just suck. Quit being lazy and walk the 20 feet to put your cart up
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    • Is it hard to be nice to people dick heads? Just use the fucking parking lot cart returns and stop making it hard to drive around.
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    • Another reason it's incredibly annoying to not return your cart is that sometimes it takes a while for the employees to retrieve the carts and in the meantime the wind can blow the carts into cars and dent/scratch them
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    • I work in retail, it’s annoying when they do it, but could they atleast move the carts on the curb instead OF STRAIGHT IN THE CENTER OF THE ROAD
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    • I saw a cart at Walmart flipped over the curb on the grass. So you can’t return it but you have the energy to do that?
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    • That just makes an existing job harder there’s already people to get them out of the cart return
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    • I just quit(or got fired, i purposely just said fuck that job after the store owner growled at me) being a Walmart cartpusher. Trust me they do not need your bs to stay busy all day
      ImoralJ 2 aug
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    • They don't need to hire a seperate human being to retrieve carts left in bushes. The same guy who gets them from cart return is the same guy dealing with ur lazy bitch ass
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    • At least the put them in the goddamn corrals. Instead of leaving them all over the fucking parking lot.
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    • I’ve worked at a movie theater for a while now, and the thing that bothers me the most is when people just leave their bag of popcorn sitting in the seat, or their cup in the cup holder. Spilled popcorn? Fine, whatever it’s no big deal. But like how hard is it to just throw away your shit?
      Aphanic 1 aug
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    • Just a PSA: if you see carts by handicapped sign, let that one stay there, a lot of the time they will use them to help them walk and get out of their car.
      Ben_son 1 aug
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    • No you dumb fuck. Those jobs already exist. I worked at a grocery store for 5 years. The people who go get the carts from the cart corral are the same people who have to go get Karen’s from over in butt fuck nowhere. They don’t hire extra people for that. You’re just making a shitty job worse.
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    • Never date a “that’s their job” person
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    • Return the carts you right we wanna go back inside, we have like 5-6 tasks to do every half hour and the longer it takes for us to get the carts the harder it gets for us to do everything else
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    • I’ve worked at two grocery stores and I fucking hate when people don’t put them back in the corrals
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    • Working in retail we hate getting carts. Especially if they are skattered across the lot. At least put them in a corral.
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    • I hate it when ppl say it's creating jobs, ws don't need more jobs where ppl clean up after you, we need those ppl getting better jobs
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    • OK, PSA. Those things where the carts go, they’re called cart corals. They have 2 lanes on most of them. The small carts go on one side, the big carts go on the other. Do not mix them. It makes our job harder; we have to sort through them and that is NOT easy cause there are moving cars around us.
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    • Ok these are not the same. Not returning a cart is fine so long as it's not gonna roll. Dumping shit on the floor is fucker territory. I have stories from my theater days.
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    • If you don’t put your cart back, don’t complain to me about the shelf being out of what you are looking for. Cause i gotta waste time taking care of your task instead of stocking the shelf.
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    • “Creating jobs.” The local Walmart isn’t going to hire a new person to go fetch a cart.
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    • I work at a movie theater and I have something to say to all you people who actually do pick up your trash and clean up after yourself: the only thing worse than someone who doesn't clean up after themselves is someone that comes up to us and says "it's so rude of people to leave all their garbage"
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    • Literally this just happened to me. A couple with TWO BAGS left their small cart in the self checkout lane and I took it back. You literally walk past the carts as you leave, why be a lazy fuck??
      8adluck 1 aug
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    • *takes a shit on the floor at school* it's called creating jobs sweetie
      bo3235 1 aug
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    • People that say “it’s your job” have never worked a day in their life and it shows
      xVaried 1 aug
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    • Boomers be like: “I guess you can call me an entrepreneur ;)”
      Colaws 1 aug
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    • As a cart wrangler i dont mind if people leave their carts wherever. Keeps me busy and makes time go by faster
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    • Do not let this distract you. There are people, including mods, on this app that are actively trading child pornography.
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    • How about return your carts so they don't roll into my fucking car? That's a pretty good reason.
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    • I work as a cart attendant at target. Trust me, if you just put the cart in the cart corral, you are so much better than a lot of people. So many dicks just leave the carts in random parking spaces. Which I have to go out of my way to get. So if you put the cart back in the store your self, THANK YO
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    • Every time my mom and I go out, she tells me to just leave the cart in the lot... But I always end up taking it all the way to the cart area and sometimes take any carts within ten feet. I feel like life is about helping others and making their life easier.
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    • I don't do their job for them but I sure as hell will not make it harder on them. People have it rough as it is there is no need to make it anymore difficult than it has to be
      lowpez91 1 aug
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    • "it's called creating jobs" no, fuck you.
      ashx229 1 aug
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    • Yeah for it to get loose and hit someone's car you jackass. This is why mom doesn't fucking love you
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    • I'm a cashier, please don't "create jobs."
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    • fuck people like this
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    • It’s pretty annoying to deal with carts left in the lot. Not only does it take cart workers longer, who normally work other jobs like stocking/bagging/cashiers; but it messes up where people can park. Please just put it in the return or give it to a worker, it’s better for everyone
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    • We cart attendants are paid to bring the carts back from the return cart area, we are NOT paid to walk halfway to the end of the plaza to pick up a single cart from some lazy ass
      R2_D2 4 aug
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    • I really hate a “that’s their job” ass noon bro
      Coastin 4 aug
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    • Cart pushers aren't there to wrangle carts for lazy shoppers. They're there to take the carts from the holder back in to the shop. You can't create a job that's already there.
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    • That’s boomer shit right there. My grandma is a silent but she has that mentality. We’ll be at a fast food place and she’ll leave her shit everywhere and be like “their paid to clean up after me,” or we’ll go into a store and she’ll pull out a rug and leave it on the floor like “I’m not paid to do t
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    • Speaking for everyone who has 8 hour shifts of pushing carts outside after about hour 6 you really start to appreciate people that push their own carts in all the old people leave it wherever the fuck they want to
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    • I’ll just ask them where do you work so o can go be rude as fuck there
      Ltanner 3 aug
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    • This is beautiful. Too many people think its okay to do immature things because we are forced to hire people to rectify the immature actions. Hope we all grow up soon and stop doing that stuff.
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    • Honestly I used to work at multiple grocery stores and being the “cart guy” was great because you didn’t have to deal with shitty customers and managers. The more carts randomly scattered the better.
      CBuck 2 aug
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    • Worked at a grocery store for two years now and I can say that’s nothings worse when your about to leave and ur manager tells u to get the cart two football field lengths away bc Karen didn’t feel like bringing it back
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    • You pour cereal on the floor of my store..... just expect a swift kick to your righty as crotch, is all im saying 🤬
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    • As an ex cart pusher I did not care if you left you’re cart anywhere. It gave me something to do
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    • I almost broke up with my now fiancee (been together 8 years) because he once told me he was "creating jobs" by leaving a mess on the table at a mcdonalds
      garbl 2 aug
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    • As someone who used to work as a cart attendant at sams club i just wanna say fuck the people who just leave their cart in the middle of the lot. I hope you get your anus ripped out by a zombified baby
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    • Their job is to go to the cart return and bring them back inside.
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    • Putting grocery carts in the cart return areas in the parking lot is what is already creating jobs, you right. Not your lazy ass leaving it in the middle of the street because you couldn’t waddle 5 feet to the nearest one.
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    • Just fucking put the cart back. It’s not hard.
      Blumblo 1 aug
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    • They.. They still have to get them from the cart corrals. They also help with cashiering, cleaning bathrooms, spills, carrying things out to your car, spills, stuff in the backroom, general questions. They're basically floaters that have to get carts.
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    • *robbing a bank* "look Mr. negotiator you wouldn't have a job if it weren't for people like me"
      keyboard 1 aug
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    • Honestly it’s so annoying when people leave carts out in the parking lot, they are a hazard, they block parking spaces. And it makes you look like a massive dick.I always put mine and any other ones near mine in the corral, they are literally less than 30 feet away in any direction wherever you park
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    • okay i’ll break character for a sec. i work at a grocery store that will remain unnamed, part of my job is to bring carts in from returns. if i see you with an empty cart i will take it for you mostly because i have 5 other carts to get.
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    • I always put the cart back. Don't be such a lazy fuck that you can't walk 50 feet to the nearest corral
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    • No Susan. You're just being a bitch.
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    • My favorite is the 400lb assholes who leave the power scooters in the back of the parking lot with the power on so the battery dies.
      Kbiz3184 1 aug
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    • You can get banned from walmart for disrespecting employees.
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    • My favorite is when people try to put the electric carts into the normal cart returns. How do they manage to climb out of that situation?
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    • As someone who works at a grocery store thanks to anyone who does return their own cart
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    • That’s the laziest thing ever it’s gonna take you a min to return it and you can just push off really hard and ride cart to the cart return
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