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I went to a supermarket called Coles with my friend.
We can take the carts out of the stores in Australia.
It might sound embarrassing for you, but we sometimes do that when we buy a lot.
I think it’s a particular Aussie culture unlike in other countries such as Japan, Canada and the USA.

shopping-cart[1] (from google)

Since my eating habits are very poor,
I usually only buy a loaf of Coles bread ($1.10) and some snacks.
But today because of the cart system I bought heaps more than I have in a long time.
I bought five bags of pasta, and four kinds of jars of sauces
as well as the bread and three packets of Tim Tams for $5.

Carrying the cart outside was much more difficult than I expected.
It is easy to ride it in the shop though.
Once I push it, I become so childish. I was not able to move straight
due to some irritating tyres and the unstable road.
I was like children running their first errand alone.
I might have looked like I was crying...but of course, I wasn't.
Anyway, I made it back home in one piece and left the cart near my apartment.
Fortunately, it is one of the pick-up points for the carts .

I want to buy two boxes of beer next time!!

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. (on TV)
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2. (in a newspaper)
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3. (in a newspaper)
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