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Old 07-03-2010, 09:11 AM
 
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Can't figure out why Aorre doesn't like Wegmans. Sounds like they are a rousing success. Jam packed full of people, while Tops is a virtual ghost town. Wegmans has 2-3 time as many employees to serve you, while Tops has union employees. It seems to take much longer to shop at Tops when they have 1, maybe 2 cashiers, while Wegmans will have 15-20. As for prices, right now Zwiegles hots are $2.49 and Tops is 2 for $6. Canned veggies are .39 at Wegmans
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Old 07-03-2010, 09:47 AM
 
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Funny. I actually have no problem with the Clinton joint. Works for me, on my budget. I can walk out of there spending on average, $70. When I walk out of Weg, I spend on average 250. Sure, I have more. But my fridge is still empty by the end of the week. If I was wealthier, and a Weg was closer to me, sure I'd go there all the time. But I feel like I need intensive psychotherapy every time I leave a wegmans. Lots of cuties though.
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Old 07-03-2010, 09:57 AM
 
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Never said I didn't like Wegmans! It's a great place, really. If you live in Rochester, Wegmans and Tops must become a part of your life. I just prefer the "ghost town" that is Tops. I like the emptiness, I hate seeing too many people, and all the friendliness of Wegmans kinda creeps me out at times, but not enough to discourage ever going there.

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But I feel like I need intensive psychotherapy every time I leave a wegmans. Lots of cuties though.
This made me laugh.
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Old 07-03-2010, 11:04 AM
 
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I go out of my way to shop at the Eastway wegamns over the east ridge road location for all the milfs
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Old 07-04-2010, 07:40 PM
 
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I miss Wegmans. They are taking far too long to open stores in North Carolina.

I am not creeped out by friendliness.

I am creeped out by men who visit grocery stores to check out the mothers, though.


Aorre wrote:
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I like the emptiness, I hate seeing too many people, and all the friendliness of Wegmans kinda creeps me out at times, but not enough to discourage ever going there.
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I go out of my way to shop at the Eastway wegamns over the east ridge road location for all the milfs
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Old 07-05-2010, 07:10 AM
 
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I miss Wegmans. They are taking far too long to open stores in North Carolina.

I am not creeped out by friendliness.

I am creeped out by men who visit grocery stores to check out the mothers, though.


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I don't go to grocery stores to check out mothers. I go there for food. The hot moms are just a byproduct. Why not go somewhere where I'll get hit on?
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Old 07-05-2010, 10:08 PM
 
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I don't go to grocery stores to check out mothers. I go there for food. The hot moms are just a byproduct. Why not go somewhere where I'll get hit on?

I go to Wegmans SPECIFICALLY for the cougars; for me, the groceries are the byproduct. Actually, it's natural to work up quite an appetite while milfhunting--so I guess the two go hand-in-hand.
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Old 07-06-2010, 09:40 AM
 
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I gotta agree it's a little overrated.
not at all...every single person I know who has ever lived in the Wegmans World and moves away, no matter where, states it's the best store in the country and no others touch it....

HERE'S THE RECIPE:

Take only the BEST of: Trader Joes, Whole Foods, Food Lion, etc etc etc, add the benevolence of Gates and Buffet and the customer service of *****hmmmmm**** I guess a Wegmans store (truly, you do not get it any better) and you have Wegmans.....


Call us NYers crazy for praising a food supplier but you have to try it before you knock it.....

A WEgmans Fan
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Old 07-07-2010, 09:16 AM
 
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Again, I'm with Aorre, in that I like being able to zip through a Tops in 20min with a full cart of food. I never wait long at Tops for a cashier, and they're always friendly, as are all the staff. I've never had a friendly Weg cashier.
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Old 07-07-2010, 11:08 AM
 
Location: Rochester NY (western NY)
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I can't believe all this talk about "customer service". I go to Wegmans, get my stuff, and get out. The only people I ever interact with are my wife and the cashier. Who the hell is going to Wegmans to have a conversation with an employee, share stories, and have a good time? What are all of you doing where customer service is even coming in to play?
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