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    • You know most shops don't have this
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    • Unless you’re at Walmart, in which case check the bread aisle. Ppl just set things they changed their mind about getting in the bread aisle
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    • Ive worked in many stories and can guarantee that here in freedom country we don't have that
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    • Ya there’s too many laws for food to be that close to the ground in USA
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    • I work at a grocery store and we don’t have this, if I see you trying this shit at my store I will call you a dumbass
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    • As someone who's job it was to fill, build and replan shelves in various stores, no store I've seen in America has that.
      Vaxildab 7 apr
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    • As someone who works in a grocery store I can comfortably say this isn’t an normal thing for stores to have
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    • Okay, but what if we don’t live in daffy bonkers land
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    • Not in the US
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    • No retail shop I have ever worked at or have ever shopped at has had these 😕
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    • If you are at Walmart check the top shelf that's where we keep overstock because God forfuckingbid we have boxes in the back.. everything has to be on the sales floor
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    • The majority of all stores don’t have this.
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    • misleading, accidentally got the whole shelf to fall
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    • To be honest with you, if your school teaches you this you might as well as graduate Harvard and call your self a Kardashian, you will be useless as fuck.
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    • This doesn't exsist in America. We use the space under the shelves to sweep dirt n debris instead of picking it up
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    • kittenss 7 apr
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    • I once found a soda in a rotisserie chicken container. No chicken in there just a bottle of diet pepsi
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    • Tried this shit and pulled the whole shelf down
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    • I work at a grocery store and we do not have this
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    • Yeah in Britain land
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    • Yeah that’s not a thing in freedom land you communists
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    • Yeah man fuck that, my local Carlie C’s IGA ain’t got shit underneath the shelves. You’ll probably find a ten year old can of corn and a dead cat but that’s it.
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    • I can tell you for certain that none of the grocery stores I've ever been to have this...
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    • American grocery stores don’t have this ever.
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    • Ya... No. Not at Kroger, Target, Hobby Lobby, or Grocery Outlet.
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    • I've worked at retail for years and they never have these
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    • I've worked at a grocery store, can safely say that those are probably very rare to come by
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    • In walmart it's just the top shelf
      EnginE3r 7 apr
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    • Yeah very rarely in America though
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    • I dont think this applies in the US
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    • "I was today years old"
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    • I’m a merchandiser for coca-cola (I put the product on the shelf) I’ve never seen a store like that. Most stores have incremental displays, but not drawers under the aisle.
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    • 98% of shops don’t have that but whatever
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    • Yeah not in America
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    • I tried it and looked stupid
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    • Not in America
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    • After working in a grocery store for a long time I can safely say we store all our items in the back room
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    • That’s some totalitarian UK stuff, we don’t have that in freedom loving America we can just go down to the ol Coca Cola plant and buy it from the man who makes it
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    • I’m guessing he’s in a different country because of his accent. Here in the USA I’ve never seen this. Especially not in a regular grocery store like Walmart or something
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    • Yeah, hate to rain on your parade here, but 99% of stores don’t have those.
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    • Most certainly not in the US. Nothing but lost shit and dust rolls under there.
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    • Because if it's in one store it must be in every store right?
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    • Yeah, that’s not a common thing
      Heron 7 apr
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    • Not in America my friend
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    • I worked at a safeway and all of those are for quality check and are months old
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    • Having worked in retail, I can tell you that employees rarely care if you just grab something from the top stock (the extras on top of the shelves) if you’re tall enough to get it.
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    • Doesnr work at wally world, we top stock the extras
      ALPHAEC7 7 apr
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    • i work in a grocery store and we don’t have this
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    • No main stream stores have these...
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    • Not really in America they keep it “in the back”
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    • If you're in America here's a trick. Want a Starbucks but don't want to waste time in line? Wander around the diaper or medicine sections in target. You'll probably find one on the shelf.
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    • Most grocery stores dont have this. It's more likely to be a local grocery store thing if any.
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    • I'm pretty sure that's pretty much the only place that has that
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    • I’ve worked at Walmart, target, and Walgreens. I can almost assure you this is not a thing in America
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    • I work at Hy-Vee and we absolutely do not have this. Those brits are absolutely mad
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    • 1 maybe 2 stores in the world..
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    • Ain’t that the same damn drink on the right
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    • Walmart just puts the shit on top of the shelves out of reach
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    • What grocery store does this,... the only place that I seen have these drawers is Michaels
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    • This is armerica that shit don’t exist
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    • In America you usually just reach and pull out a dead rat
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    • Oi mate, do ya have ya loicense for that coki cola?
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    • It's a British thing.
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    • Yeah nah this ain't a common thing. You ain't learned shit
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    • There was coke literally right next to it
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    • That isnt true. Hope yall know
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    • Ah yes the drawers that only exist in certain stores
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    • District manager for BJ's wholesale club, we don't have these.
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    • My store doesn’t have these. You’ll bring the whole aisle down on top of yourself and be crushed to death if you tried this.
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    • We get it people not all stores have it but some do, i work at 7/11 in michigan and we have those under the candy isle but we usually forget we put extras down there so they’re probably expired
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    • What kinda European bullshit is this
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    • Yeah not in America
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    • I work in a grocery store and can tell you that this is never a thing
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    • unless you live in not great britain
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    • Ok except this is really uncommon. tHaNkS sChOoL
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    • You do this in any other store and you get dust and something a child put under there like a year ago
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    • Looks like he is in a dollar general or something, any big name grocery store doesnt stock most vender items(coke) so its either kept in back or brought in daily by the venders themself, anything else would be kept on top of the isle most likely
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    • Only in European Walmart’s. American Walmart’s keep extra product on the top shelf
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    • There was coke literally right next to it
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    • Is that Iron broo?! What's the crazy scotsman think about that?
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    • Are y'all mfs forgetting that school taught you shit like how to read and write
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    • Must just be a European thing. Never seen that before
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    • Ummm maybe in your country. Or bath and body works
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    • We do not have that shit
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    • But the soda is...nvm
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    • Welp not here in the old USA
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    • I work part time at Tesco’s (UK) and we have one of these draws under each aisle they are for storing on the fly cleaning supplies in case there is a small spillage etc we’re definitely not supposed to put products in them
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    • Not in the US
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    • In 'Merica we have what's called " a lot of land" so we build what's called "stock rooms". #Merica
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    • There was coke right there
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