Isn't it true that you can tell a lot about a person by what's in their grocery

@weezy250m (1893)
United States
January 22, 2007 10:46pm CST
The next time you are at the supermarket, look whats inside someone's shopping cart. Do you see a lot of junk food? Then look at them, are they overweight?
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@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
23 Jan 07
I don't really pay attention to other people's carts. I would assume that just about everybody takes a trip up the snack and junk food aisle- if not for themselves then for other family members. It's rare to find a household that doesn't have some kind of "junk food" in it. Remember, also, that people can gain weight from other foods besides "junk food". They may eat 2-3 sandwiches for a snack... I don't think that it's fair to judge people like this.
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@onouui (80)
• Australia
23 Jan 07
Aw, I think it'd be a bit mean to judge somebody about their weight and what food is in their cart. When I go to the grocery store I usually see women with their trollies loaded and packed with things. I assume they have pretty big families. I guess that's common among people here because some of my friends have heeaps of brothers and sisters and family members. Sometimes they could be organising a party or a barbeque, so you never know. Other than those little wonders, I don't take much notice of people's shopping trollies xD but it would be interesting to guess!
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