#1 Never got the cart
#2 Never touched the cart
#3 Didn't push the cart out of the store to the parking lot
Oh Home Depot.
Beautiful Spring Day. I pulled into the HD off 290 to get an extension cord. As I was getting out of my car, the lady who had basically pulled in to the spot next to me 5 seconds earlier was getting out of her car. She was parked to my left in the first spot of the row. I didn't realize who she was, but I did realize what was surrounding my car. NOTHING.
Ten minutes later I emerge from the store and lo and behold what is sitting next to my driver's side bumper? A shopping cart. And I'm walking out with my bag in my hand. The lady in the spot to my left? She's climbing into her car. I had to move the cart in order to walk to my driver's side door. So, as I shake my head and think to myself how much better of a shopper I am, I push her cart, as she is backing out and clearly looking at me shaking my head, to the cart collector.
And that my friends, is why I have lost count of the number of times I have returned the cart at the
I will continue to return any and all carts that accompany me on my shopping trips regardless of the human's that accompany me leaving them next to the car and I will return any and all carts that block my car or really are just close enough that they should have been returned.