So, say you're at the grocery store. It was hard to get there, what with the children and all, but you finally made it. You didn't take a list, because you're an idiot, but you're pretty sure you have everything you need to make some good meals for your meal deprived family (Cheerios, anyone?). So you are at the cash register loading your groceries onto the conveyor belt and as you lift your bag of bakery fresh rolls they all tumble out onto the floor. The Wal-Mart floor.
1- stick them on top of the candybars and pretend they're not yours.
2- buy them and throw them away later, it's not like you can just wash them off. You can't wash bread you know.
3- buy them and eat them later, because really, it's not like you are going to make it to the store again today before you make your french dip sandwiches and that roast in the fridge isn't getting any younger.
4- pretend you don't notice and carry on, leaving the rolls on the floor
5- give them to the cashier and ask for him to have someone get you new ones.
I know this may not be a dilemma to some of you, but just perchance it ever comes up, I am curious what you would do.
I bought the rolls and now am in a raging moral debate about if I can still use them. Logic tells me I shouldn't but my craving for AuJus sandwiches tells me I can suck it up and deal with it. Thirty second rule, right?