Until they rearrange the store then you have to learn it all over again, and Walmart does it almost everyday!
You are right, especially lately, they have been rearranging. I asked an employee where something was, he took me around the corner and there it was. My comment was that I had just seen several minutes trying to find envelopes and everything had been moved. His reply was Yes, we are constrantly changing and repricing.
My 14-year-old daughter talks in her sleep. She never remembers the context. It was funny one night last week when my husband her her imitating Blue from “Blue’s Clues” in her sleep!
For us, it’s not where everything is located at, it’s trying to figure out when the good time to shop is so that you don’t have to worry about the EXTREMELY crowded aisles of people who drive their carts the same way they drive their cars!
That’s a shopping tactic for the store. If you change where you put everything, the people have to go down every aisle to find what they need and are more prone to picking up items they see, on the way to what they need. Which is supposed to negate our shopping tactic of going down only the aisles that have what we need to buy.
Recently, at the local Meijer store, I wasted 10 minutes looking for applesauce. My mistake? I was in the canned fruit aisle. It is in the snack aisle. Why? The infinite wisdom of Management. Because applesauce also comes in snack packs, they put the jars there to keep the product all I one location!
“She’s good” but only if she’s right. Has me memorised the store as well?
Left or right side of the aisle, Rose?
This is hilarious. Soo typical of the lady in the house. I admire this quality in the weaker ..er sorry stronger sex.
They are both so cute!
Really Good because they rearrange the aisles periodically to trigger a bunch of “Impulse Buying” while everyone learns the New Layout.
One night Hubby awoke to find me talking in my sleep. At the time, I worked at the Holiday Inn reservation line and was selling (renting) a room and was asking about the sort of room the guest wanted, and “Smoking or Non-Smoking?” I went over the room and asked for his credit card number. I woke up when he started chuckling.