Today's TRY Social Dilemma comes from Mike. He had an interesting interaction at the grocery store. Here's his email: Hi Jaime. I had something happen to me at the grocery store the other day and so far everyone I tell has a different take on it. So here's the deal: I was checking out at the store. I had several six packs of soda on the bottom of my cart. While the cashier was checking me out, I told her about the soda on the bottom. She said okay, and that was that. I continued emptying the rest of my cart, gave her my coupons, and ultimately checked out and went home. When I got home, I looked at my receipt and saw that she did not ring up the soda. I decided not to go back to the store. I told her about it, she still didn't ring it up, it's on her. It's not up to me to make a return trip because of her mistake. Some people agree with me, but some think I should have gone back to pay for it, or at the very least called the store to explain. I don't have time for that. I did what I was supposed to do, now it's her/their problem. Don't you agree? Let's see what other people think. Thanks Jaime ~ Mike Well, that is annoying at the very least, but I still think Mike should have called the store. Guilt would be too much for me. But what about you? Do you think Mike is right? He did his part, now it's on the store? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.