Today's 98.3 TRY Social Dilemma is kind of a silly one but I could relate to it. Here's the email: Hi Jaime. Here's my simple social dilemma for your show. When you go grocery shopping and it's time to pick your shopping cart, if there's a piece of paper in one, do you pass it by and get a different one? I do and clearly one of the people in the supermarket thought I was being crazy. I stopped at the store to grab a couple of things yesterday and there were several of us going to get carts. I grabbed the first one but it had a crumpled up piece of paper in it, so I bypassed it and went for the next one. The woman behind me asked if something was wrong with the cart and I said I just don't like when there is crumpled up paper in the cart. She kind of shook her head took the crumpled paper cart and was on her way. So I thought I would ask you. Is it weird that I take a different cart if there's a piece of paper in one? Thanks so much Jaime ~ Victor I don't think Victor is weird at all. I do the exact same thing. Especially in Covid times, but to be honest, even before Covid times. I don't like taking a cart that has someone's crumpled up shopping list in it. Is that wrong? What do you do? Let me know what you think on the TRY Facebook page.