I think I told you last week that my Walmart in East Greenbush is in the process of being remodeled. That's cool, I like when stores update even if it means all the aisles get changed around and you can't find anything for about a month, but you have to have progress, right? Well, today's social dilemma came about because I noticed something yesterday as I was watching the construction workers outside the Walmart. They took down the "Market" sign and replaced it with a "grocery" sign. I was wondering why they did that. I mean they're the same thing so why spend money to replace the sign. Well, when talking about it with some friends, they all agreed that Market or Supermarket was an old fashioned way to describe a grocery store. They swore up and down that everyone says grocery. But I don't, I've always said market. And really can a word to describe store be old fashioned??? So I thought I would ask you. Simple question today. Do you call the store that you buy food in a grocery store or a supermarket?? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page!
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