We have plastic bags in NZ, although you can buy reusable shopping bags.
Well, we can't tell what matters. The operative factor being hygiene is merely an unfounded speculation on the part of responders.I don't think it matters to the groceries where they're placed.
Notice, the OP wants to know the sex of the respondents. This might have been about gender differences in grocery bag handling.Well, we can't tell what matters. The operative factor being hygiene is merely an unfounded speculation on the part of responders.
For all we know, the OP is the God of grocery bags, and wants to know whose grocery bags are being placed nearer to His Plasticky Glory, so that He may dole out reward and punishment as He sees fit to us grocery-bag assistants.
That's what I do as well.Personally, I use the plastic grocery bags as garbage bags. I specially selected all my garbage containers to be small enough for this. If they do away with plastic grocery bags, I'll just be buying plastic garbage bags and putting those into the landfill.