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One-Liner Wednesday – Pro tip for the grocery store

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First thing to do after you sanitize your hands: go straight to the produce bags and open as many of those suckers as you need while your fingers are still damp.


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58 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Pro tip for the grocery store

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  13. Now that is some useful advice. I’m glad it’s not just my fingers that have trouble opening those bags.

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  14. Say something nice to the person at checkout – it continues to amaze me how saying something simple, is greeted with ‘that made my day! Thank you!’ – happened again just yesterday – Went through the line of the best ‘checker/bagger’ EVER!!! Fast, friendly, efficient – and she even pushed the circle bag holder in right direction to easily remove/put in my cart – :D. It’s the little things in daily life that make it so grand, surprising, unexpected and magical… 😀

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  18. Good one-liner – those produce bags are so difficult to open – do wonder what the manufacturer was thinking as not all gals have long fingernails.

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  22. omg, THIS. I never realized how often I had to moisten my finger to open one of those stupid things until we started wearing masks!!

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  40. It’s a minefield isn’t it 💜

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  42. Love this Linda!!

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