Another ace gig, with some brilliant acts on the same bill. A good show and some great dancing in the audience.
So people shop in their Pyjamas then.
The more I read this, and the comments that have been attributed by people, it seems that people are not taking the trouble to cover up what amounts to ‘bare minimum’ night attire.
Who would go out barefoot at this time of year, it’s not even flip flop weather?
Has somebody considered that these people are not doing it by choice? Perhaps they are sleepwalkers, shopping unconsciously.
Think about how many adverts you see for Tesco. TV, Radio, and Print…Maybe these people have been subconsciously affected into buying stuff whilst still in the land of nod.
I’ve often heard of people who get up in the middle of the night and raid the fridge or make themselves snacks.
Imagine that, sleepwalking downstairs, you feel peckish, open up the fridge. “bugger, no cheese”…pick up your wallet/purse walk out the front door, and go to Tesco… Seems feasible to me.
But it must be common place enough in this Tesco for them to put up a sign. Perhaps it’s an affliction affecting half the town. Something in the water perhaps.
Of course I’m assuming the main reason for the ban is that the people who come in are damn ugly!
What night shift or early morning staff are going to whine at the sight of a fit, woman in sexy night wear (or six pack adorned Adonis)?…Thought Not.
People queing behind me at the shop checkout/sales desk….You are not going to lose you place in line if you actually leave two or three inches between my back and your shopping bags/trolley/basket !
I hate it…There I am waiting my turn patiently and the person behind you is pratically pushing you over ! I really don’t want my legs and back bashed just because you are an impatient pushy git !
Leave me a bit of room please, nobody is going to jump into a 3 inch gap..you won’t get to the checkout any quicker by assaulting me and if this carries on I will make sure I do slow you down by paying for my shopping with pennies.