I see so many posts about people buying this or that with food stamps, people asking others if they get annoyed when someone in front of them are buying "junk food" with food stamps. Are they really paying that much attention to the person in front of them that they know they are using food stamps? to my knowledge, food stamps come on a card that looks like a debit card so how do others know the difference when the person in swiping their card. And if someone IS paying that close attention to how others are paying, maybe they are the ones with the problem! I'm usually to busy watching my kids or making sure I bought everything to pay attention to the people in front of me.
Asked by Anonymous at 1:38 PM on Aug. 24, 2009 in Just for Fun
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Answer by Tracys2 at 1:53 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
i certainly look at what people buy, how they pay, etc... why not? it also gets me going when they have to separate the food stamp stuff out or pay 2 ways for whatever reason. i honestly respect the person more when you see them paying with a check, cash --- the actually have the money .... a card is a different story, they could be just using debit or they could be charging up their debt, i don't know, not my business at all. but before even getting into the line i look at how they have their things on the belt, if they are organized that is better because the bagging with be easier. also better if they have less stuff!! and i dont think there is anything wrong with observing what is happening around you --- it is call PEOPLE WATCHING..... people are inherently interested in people, the social nature of mammals i guess....
Answer by AmaliaD at 1:54 PM on Aug. 24, 2009
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