…they all drive across town to the grocery store, despite having to pass several stores of the same chain on the way.
…they’ve all been waiting in line for ten minutes.
…written forms of the English language are not applicable, i.e.* expiration dates, the name of the store on the ad they’re waving around, “with club card,” “with purchase of…,” and “We will tow your car.”
…they all have led wondrously joyful lives, since they’ve never been treated so badly as when they stepped foot in the store.
…they get lost easily, because they keep swearing they’ll never come back, and yet, they come back.
…their grocery-shopping experience affects their personal happiness way too much. (“Have a nice evening, sir.” “How can I, I had to wait less than two minutes for my coffee!”)
*- is that used properly?
Now you go.