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    17 Infuriating Photos Of Grocery Stores That Are Honestly Just Unforgivable

    As if grocery shopping weren't bad enough already.

    1. This grocery store that marks up $2 bags of chips to $2.99, only to then discount them to $2.49:

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    2. This store's tile floor that turns every shopping cart into a rattling noise machine:

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    3. These individually shrink-wrapped oranges that create of a ton of plastic waste:

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    4. This HUUUGE discount:

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    5. And this markup disguised as a good deal:

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    6. This imprecisely defined express lane that shoppers definitely abuse:

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    7. And this aisle marker that's sooo helpful 🙄:

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    8. This store that calls itself the "king of low prices" but charges a 10% fee on marked down mac 'n' cheese:

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    9. This grocery store that removes manufacturer coupons before putting items on the shelf:

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    10. This store's green bananas that won't be ripe for at least a week:

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    11. This incredibly long receipt for...two doughnuts:

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    12. This store that labels tomatoes as if they're collectors items:

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    13. All the grocery stores that use tape instead of twist ties, making bags impossible to reseal:

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    14. This perfectionist's nightmare:

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    15. And this unfortunate spelling error that got laminated, hole-punched, and strung up for all the world to see:

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    16. These sale signs that block your view of what's actually being sold:

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    17. And finally, this store that got the elevator buttons backwards:

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