Clean Up On Aisle 46 Hat Cap
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I was at my grocery store when I realized I forgot to buy a hat. With winter fast approaching, this is not good news. But luckily there were hats for sale right in the aisle! That’s all that stands between me and snow blindness, so it better be a sturdy one. Luckily they had plenty of options: shovels and pillows and skis and – wait what? There wasn’t just an option of “hats” on the sign; there were also some interesting choices… Aisle 46 Hat Cap? What does this mean?! Shouldn’t it say “Aisle 36 Hats”? Maybe people wear these around their necks or ties them under their chins like scarves? As I examined them more closely, I
Throngs of people are waiting in line at the grocery store, picking up their weekly supplies. The atmosphere is tense. It’s the end of the day and everyone has had to deal with crowds for hours on end, pushing forward against other shoppers while trying to get their items scanned. No one wants to be here anymore than they have to. But today was different, because there was a man wearing a hat…
It wasn’t just any old person wearing a hat though- this guy had an enormous black top hat that he never took off his head! Everyone could see it coming from across the store when he rounded each aisle turn, since it stuck out so much against all the brightly colored clothes being worn by every other sho
I was walking through the supermarket when I noticed a hat with what seemed to be an advertisement for cleaning products. It had the words “clean up on aisle 46” written across it, but all caps. The hat looked very old and dirty.
Clean Up On Aisle 46 Hat Cap
“What’s all this mess?” exclaimed a disgruntled woman in a brown dress and black heels. “You were told to clean up aisle 46,” she said, looking down at the little boy with dirt smudges on his face and his overalls covered in mud.
I looked up from my book and saw that aisle was full of trash–bagged chips, spilled milk, plastic cups, broken toys. I had been reading for so long that it took me a moment to realize I should help out the boy who must have just finished playing outside.
It didn’t take too long but we managed to clean everything up: recycle the cardboard boxes, pick up the cans and crumpled paper off the floor and sweep away all
Henry frowned as he noticed another tear in his favorite hat. He had been wearing this for over a year and it was getting old. Instead of fixing the hole, Henry decided to buy a new one. As he walked down the aisle, he saw something that caught his eye: hats with caps on them! One such hat was adorned with every color imaginable and looked like it would be perfect for him. There were so many colors though so how could he choose? He contemplated which hue would best go well with his brown hair before finally settling on orange because it reminded him of fall leaves.
The cap-hat matched perfectly and even made him look taller than usual – just by an inch or two! His days doing chores around the
“Hey, where’s the aisle for hats?” a customer asked. The girl behind the counter just pointed to a giant pile of hats off in another part of the store. “No need to go there, we’ve got plenty over here.”
Stanley was always a very focused and determined person. He lived his life with the mentality of “If you want something done, do it yourself.” But today he feels an air of uncertainty. It’s been a while since he last cleaned up aisle 46 in the grocery store where he works at night stocking shelves. What if someone sees him from the security cameras? He decides to take his courage into his own hands and starts cleaning up quietly by himself instead of waiting for morning when there would be more people around to help clean after him.
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