Maybe I'm a little bit obsessed with this or maybe I just need to feel some order in what is the chaos of the grocery store parking lot, but I can't help it.

Shopping cart corrals have been around for quite some time now. Before they were put in parking lots, it was like the wild, wild west. To find a spot, you'd have to navigate through a minefield of cars where one wrong turn you've got a ding in your door. Or worse yet, you find the perfect spot and find a shopping cart sitting right in the middle of it.

Things are better than they were back before the corrals were was a thing, but there are still a handful of people too lazy to bring these carts back to the coral. But those who do, treat the corral like it's a game. They just shove the cart in there, sometimes pushing it and letting it roll into place and before you know it, you can't get any more carts in there because there's six of them pointing it all directions. So when I see a mess like this, I kind of lose my mind.

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Carts everywhere. I need order. So when I put my cart in I stack them all up as they should be.

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I even go so far as to stack the two sizes of carts so that when the person comes to wheel them back to the store, they're all set to go. Or at least not as much of a mess as they would have been.

I know. A bit obsessive. But can't we all just do our part and neatly return the cart stacked to the corral? It makes it easier for everyone and especially the person that wheels that giant train of like 20 carts back into the store. That's an impressive skill!

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