Shopping

Shopping
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Ha ha brilliant observation of the everyday hazards of shopping in supermarkets. With the initial experience of risking the bodywork of your beloved car in the car park being thoughtlessly damaged by some twerp opening their door too wide so it hits yours, possibly due to the fact that they also make the parking bays purposely smaller to cram more customers in at weekends. Also the availability of checkouts and many staff members wandering around aimlessly when they could be manning the checkout that's closed. Also people not observing checkout etiquette and NOT putting a divider on to the conveyer belt so you can place your goods down without having to go excuse me and having to stretch over and do yourself an injury to get one. Grrr! I could go on . Wonderful drawing spontaneous and full of humour

Thanks Michel & Philip! Yes all those things & more Philip, I don't think Tesco like my sense of humour Michael, as they keep removing my post on their facebook page ? Has anyone mentioned mobile phones?? :-)

My pet hate are all the old f...s who slowly fill their bags and then when it's all packed ask the server to repeat how much and then proceed to search their pockets/bags for their wallet or purse while everyone else is waiting twiddling their thumbs - I always get my money/card ready in advance while I'm queuing up - why can't they?

Also the people who invade your space & would walk right through you if they could, even while you are entering your credit card details.... Yes the list is endless :-)

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13/04/2015
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A5 Cartoon I was inspired to do this cartoon after my visit to my local Tesco supermarket yesterday! As I was perusing the aisles I then passed the chest freezer which usually has some special offers in it, but there were two couples complete with their trolleys parked in front of it having a chat. I didn’t think there was anything I wanted, but I pretended I wanted to have a look, just to see if they would move their fat arses! No, they didn’t make any attempt to budge at all, even though I made it obvious I wanted to get closer to view the items on offer! I didn’t say anything, they looked as if they would be ready for a fight, and I reckon they were doing it on purpose, so I also didn’t want to give them the satisfaction of thinking they had upset me! Come on Tesco have a “NO PARKING” sign!

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James Lazzari

Started off working life as a Photographer, Professional Musician, (Guitarist/Vocals) Electronics background. It was in 2007 that I started learning to paint & draw, I like to try various styles using different mediums, but do like pen & wash as a preference.

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