While the comments and shares on this viral trend suggest that it is a “new thing,” I still remember being loaded up with grocery bags by my mom, who did not want to make two trips to the car after a long shopping trip for groceries. This decades-long practice has apparently made a comeback as more and more people are showing off the steps they took to achieve the “I’m definitely not making another trip” mindset they have to their followers. 10, 20, 30 bags and a case of soda? No amount of groceries is safe, with people finding more willpower than ever before to avoid having to make two trips for groceries.
We’re not sure what spurred the sudden need for shoppers to share their “grocery-carrying-methods” with the world, but here it is.
Do you do this? Many people admit that they try their best to make just one trip, but others say that they had to stop because the strain was just too much.
Well, it turns out that the easiest solution is to make a list and stick to it – every week.
Bill Murray jumped at the chance to comment on this viral trend with his own words of wisdom:
If everybody was consistently as determined as they are when they carry all groceries in one trip, this world would be in a better place.”