There are two kinds of people in the world; people who return their grocery carts to the corral, and people who just leave them wherever. (Or steal them. Down the street from a large supermarket in my town, there’s an apartment complex where a lot of immigrants from low-trust society countries live, and there are always piles of shopping carts in front.)
I actually go a step further, I grab my cart from the corral on the way *into* the store, to spare some poor high school kid having to schlep it back in on a hot day. (And it’s always a boy; there are no feminists screeching for gender equality when it comes to dragging on shopping carts on a 90 degree August day.) I don’t get why everybody doesn’t just do that. It’s just more efficient. Sometimes I even pause to straighten out the other carts a bit, but that’s just me.
And this guy agrees with me. People who return carts properly are demonstrating concern for others and contributing to an orderly society. People who just leave their carts wherever (or steal them) are demonstrating pure selfishness. And, to me, laziness and stupidity.