You guys might remember that I have posted about these before, but I thought I would start some sort of mini thread on my most recent diaper runs.
I have a lot of drug stores nearby so I kinda rotate going to them. A while ago I bought 2 packs of Goodnites at one store with a 20-something guy ringing me up as he was laughing at another cashier and was pretty nice. More recently, I went to another drugstore, but decided it was to busy to buy what I wanted and went back to the other one. Weirdly, it was the same guy who was working there in the middle of the afternoon and I went back to the adult diaper section. I spent a little time eyeing the slim pickings before I settled on Depend Maximum. I walked up to the front and he was on the outside of the register looking at a magazine and I got his attention. He didn't say anything except the total and all that, and I said thanks and left. I have since decided that I am too young to buy adult diapers in stores without making it real awkward and decided to go for Goodnites again.
The store that I previously thought was too busy is the one I went to today. I didn't think it was gonna be a big deal, but it was pretty busy, so I kind of made a roundabout circle to the diaper section and slightly hesitated until I just picked them up and walked to the front. A few people were in front of me at a middle aged woman's register and they were really old. I finally got up to the counter and put the Goodnites up and the cashier was all "diapers are so expensive these days" and I agree, cuz Goodnites were 4 dollars more at this store compared to the other, however, I thought it was weird how she called them diapers. She must have thought I was about ten years older than I am cuz she thought I had a kid old enough to wear the XL Goodnites and was pretty chatty about it. Finally, I was just like 'Whatever, let me out of here' and said thanks and left. I hate it when cashiers are so chatty. I don't like awkward silence, but she was talking SO MUCH!
Anyway, I don't know if anyone cares about this, but I thought I would post it.