Correct Placement -“…and he attempts to slip in the chip’s packet beside the celery, will he get away with it?”

He eyes off his comrade from the commentary box. “So far, so good, sports fans, as he tempts fate by slipping in the big block of chocolate.”

Ooh, bad call, my man. Should’ve gone for the smaller size, it’s easier to slide between the bread loaves.”

“I agree. But wait, no, she spotted… the chips.”

“I blame the orange packaging. Poor choice hiding it amongst the greenery. Should’ve gone for the mandarins.’

“I’ve said it before, camouflaging by correct placement is key.”

“And that precise moment when they’re not looking.”

“Always wait for the distraction, then bam, in goes the contraband.”

“It’s a true and tried tactic used by the greatest, who wait for that distracted moment to slip in the hot-goods at the front of the trolley between the tinned tomatoes and toilet paper. They don’t see because they’re at the back pushing, then you help unload from the front.”

“Yes, the helpful-aide tactic works every time. You gotta dump everything onto the conveyor belt in big piles. They’ll be too distracted ticking their lists or sorting food into groups to notice you.”

“Another good tactic is to use the frozen goods. Last on, first off, and we know those frozen vegetable bags make lots of noise.”

“Yes, perfect cover for the crisps.”

“So how is our hero doing today? Nooo.

“DamnShe found both the crisps and chocolate. You’d think at his age he’d get that past the wife?”

“Or did he marry his mother?”

“He’s not walking away? Dude, where’s your pride? Get back there.”

“You can’t leave this supermarket, not until the weekly food smuggle into the shopping trolley is finished.”

“Diet Breakers everywhere are counting on you…”