I would like your opinion on an ethical question.
It's about things that happen in the grocery store. (Oh, come on. You know me, so you didn't really think it would be something serious, did you?)
I'm one of those annoying people who switch packaged items. For instance, I open a carton of eggs. If there's one or two that don't measure up or I don't like the looks of, I'll switch them out with eggs from another carton.
I don't think this is wrong. My reasoning: they are offering a dozen eggs, which I'm taking. Besides, it really helps them in the long run. No one is going to buy the cartons with the 'bad' eggs, but putting all the bad ones in one carton means only one carton doesn't get sold. Am I saying that in a way that makes sense?
But hubby thinks it is wrong. His reasoning: they are offering this carton of eggs, and that carton of eggs, not a hodgepodge I make up. And, it's just annoying to everyone else. Okay, that part may be true. Still, that doesn't make it wrong.
While we're on the subject, do you taste the grapes, etc before buying? I never do that. That grape wasn't paid for! But I see people doing it all the time, and some of them (who I know to be otherwise very honest folk) have told me that it's expected and built into the price of the product.
So, spill the beans on your grocery habits.