Today I made a quick stop at the supermarket for some fruit and juice, since we were out of both. I went to a store on the other side of town, since I was on my way to somewhere else. When the cashier was ringing up my order, I noticed that the little bag of grapes was going to cost $6.41 (!). I stopped her, apologized, and asked if she could remove it from the order, because that was way too much to pay for grapes. When I arrived home, however, I discovered that the lady bagging had mistakenly put those grapes into one of my bags anyways.
There was no way, after driving around all day, that I was going to head back across town through traffic to return them to the store. And I do NOT want to have to end up paying such a ridiculous price for grapes that I didn't want in the first place! I just stuck them in the fridge to wait for Tom to come home and give me advice on what to do. He suggested calling the store tomorrow and offering to pay for them. Ugh. This is so annoying. Is that really what I need to do?
UPDATE: I called this morning, and was happy to hear that I don't need to bring the grapes back OR to pay for them! They said since it wasn't my fault, to just accept them as a gift from the store. I'm glad I won't have it nagging at me anymore.