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A Shop Dropping Intervention

It might not surprise you to learn that reactions to shopdropping or droplifting vary as much as approaches to it and reasons for doing it.

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Anonymous

Pretty good...
It did inspire me to think how the stores we buy bottles and containers from often refuse take them back for recycling, and how it might be interesting to discreetly bring them back empty anyway, if looking as though they'd been unused/unemptied, and putting them back on the shelves where they were originally found, among their full ones.

Anonymous

Pretty good...
It did inspire me to think how the stores we buy bottles and containers from often refuse take them back for recycling, and how it might be interesting to discreetly bring them back empty anyway, if looking as though they'd been unused/unemptied, and putting them back on the shelves where they were originally found, among their full ones.

Anonymous

Do you think the stores would really recycle them? Ummm... I think perhaps they'd just end up with all the other trash and get taken to the landfill. Sure, it leaves you with a nice empty recycling bin, but the stuff that you might've recycled ends up polluting anyway! No marks for that.

Anonymous

Do you think the stores would really recycle them? Ummm... I think perhaps they'd just end up with all the other trash and get taken to the landfill. Sure, it leaves you with a nice empty recycling bin, but the stuff that you might've recycled ends up polluting anyway! No marks for that.

Blacklight

another fun thing to do in stores is a game I play called "two faced" I tend to like to turn soda bottles around to show the nutrition facts instead of just the brand name, particularly Coca cola brands or Pepsi brands. It's amazing how much it will confuse the average person who's on auto pilot just meandering through the store to get their daily fix, to have to grab at the bottles that just look slightly different than usual.

Blacklight

another fun thing to do in stores is a game I play called "two faced" I tend to like to turn soda bottles around to show the nutrition facts instead of just the brand name, particularly Coca cola brands or Pepsi brands. It's amazing how much it will confuse the average person who's on auto pilot just meandering through the store to get their daily fix, to have to grab at the bottles that just look slightly different than usual.

Simon

Yes, you're absolutely right. I am amazed. People ARE so stupid, aren't they? I mean, an intelligent person like Blacklight wouldn't be confused, obviously, because he's not the sort of man to need a daily fix of anything (except selfrighteousness) - but the others? Ordinary people? Pah!

Simon

Yes, you're absolutely right. I am amazed. People ARE so stupid, aren't they? I mean, an intelligent person like Blacklight wouldn't be confused, obviously, because he's not the sort of man to need a daily fix of anything (except selfrighteousness) - but the others? Ordinary people? Pah!

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