Grocery Store Cash Register Belt Real Estate Grabbers.

You line up at the register and the person in front grabs the little divider and puts it down between orders even though there is a distinct foot or so of open belt between your groceries and theirs. I know the divider is there so the groceries don't get mixed up and so the cashier can differentiate but seriously... if you see a 12 inch gap... odds are pretty good that that void space is the division between grocery orders. I am sure the cashier is wise enough to differentiate. The person who picks the divider up and lays it down is the dummy... perhaps they can't differentiate or they just like to feel secure in "what is yours and what is mine". Is the real estate really that important on the grocery belt? —Signs Signs Everywhere Theres Signs

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