Fill your grocery cart online Dorneyv...

Fill your grocery cart online Dorneyville store's 'personal sho...

There are 56 comments on the The Morning Call story from Feb 20, 2008, titled Fill your grocery cart online Dorneyville store's 'personal sho.... In it, The Morning Call reports that:

I shopped for bananas, broccoli, butter, clementines, cube steaks, frozen dinners, pet food and orange juice at 2 a.m. and picked up the order at 11 a.m., without ever setting foot in a grocery store.

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EJR Emmaus

United States

#41 Feb 21, 2008
With couples working, picking up children from daycare going home preparing dinner, clean the mess from dinner prepare for the next day not to mention cleaning the house, doing laundry etc.,etc. This is a wonderful service most working families have so little time and this gives them a break. This is also a plus for seniors. I personally hope it works out.
Busy Grandma

Catasauqua, PA

#42 Feb 21, 2008
I never shop at this store, but I'll probably start since they started this service - what a timer-saver when I'm rushing home after work to babysit my grandchildren--I emailed this article to several people including my daughter - this would be wonderful for her instead of carrying a 20 lb baby & a 7 yr old into the store--I checked out the website-great!

“NoN-cOnFoRmIsT”

Since: Sep 07

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#43 Feb 21, 2008
I like to do my own shopping too - it's got something to do with the 'thrill of the hunt' when I come across bargains. lol (Geesh, I have to get a life.)
maria

Easton, PA

#44 Feb 21, 2008
momto2 wrote:
I hardly consider people who use this service lazy.....have you ever tried shopping with a 2 & 4 year old?
I see this as saving my sanity.
Give me a break I shop with my children. I have three children.

“aka MOB”

Since: Mar 07

Bethlehem

#45 Feb 21, 2008
maria wrote:
<quoted text>Give me a break I shop with my children. I have three children.
Good for you, but if someone is paying for on-line service I really don't see how it is any of your business.
css66

Allentown, PA

#46 Feb 21, 2008
momto2 wrote:
I hardly consider people who use this service lazy.....have you ever tried shopping with a 2 & 4 year old?
I see this as saving my sanity.
Actually, yes I have. I have 2 children, now ages 13 and 9. They have been going grocery shopping with me since they were infants. My kids never ever gave me a problem in the grocery store. I enjoyed it. Still do. We have fun.
I'm sorry you feel that your children are not better behaved in public. You act like you are the only one that takes children to the store. You must be doing something wrong that your kids are probably those screaming brats i see in the store. Even my kids look at them and roll thier eyes.
I'm sure you tell them, "be nice and mommy will get you a toy".
Paleeeeese.

“aka MOB”

Since: Mar 07

Bethlehem

#47 Feb 22, 2008
I'm not saying I would use this service exclusively. I also enjoy taking my daughter to the grocery store, she loves sitting in the cart seat.

But after work, when you just want to get home and start cooking and you have to run to the store by the time you get home you don't feel like making anything, or everyone is so hungery they can't wait 30-60 more minutes for dinner to be ready, this service would come in handy. Plus I would rather have spent that time playing at home with my daughter than rushing around in a grocery store.

I like my food fresh, I usually don't freeze meats etc so if I am making something for dinner I often need to pick up the meats and veggies that night. I usually don't buy food like that more than a day or two in advance, if that.
ohman

Northampton, PA

#48 Feb 22, 2008
css66 wrote:
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I love watching the men shop actually. Cant do that sitting home. lol
But, to each thier own.
You make me laugh..the best is when the men are out shopping and they have their kids...its hilarious :)
maria

Easton, PA

#49 Feb 23, 2008
css66 wrote:
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Actually, yes I have. I have 2 children, now ages 13 and 9. They have been going grocery shopping with me since they were infants. My kids never ever gave me a problem in the grocery store. I enjoyed it. Still do. We have fun.
I'm sorry you feel that your children are not better behaved in public. You act like you are the only one that takes children to the store. You must be doing something wrong that your kids are probably those screaming brats i see in the store. Even my kids look at them and roll thier eyes.
I'm sure you tell them, "be nice and mommy will get you a toy".
Paleeeeese.
iT IS GREAT TO TAKE YOUR CHILDREN WITH YOU SHOPPING AND MINE WERE THE SAME WAY WELL BEHAVED.It is the way you raise your children. You seem tobe a wonderful parent.
John

Allentown, PA

#50 Feb 26, 2008
Good idea!

Check out www.thenowmall.com also.

Shop for groceries and more online and have them delivered to your door in about an hour!
online shopping

Silver Spring, MD

#51 Feb 26, 2008
John wrote:
Good idea!
Check out www.thenowmall.com also.
Shop for groceries and more online and have them delivered to your door in about an hour!
I checked out the site. Interesting....there's a fee to use if of course but it's nice for the elderly or homebound to take advantage of it.
kimberly

Mountain Top, PA

#52 Mar 5, 2008
tigger wrote:
Wow shopping for lazy people. Just what the world needs.
Got anybody who can go to work for me so I can sit at hinme?LOL
its not for lazy ppl. its actually very helpful for single mothers like me whom have no transportation on days with bad weather and an infant who is constantly sick. did you think about that or are you always this pessimistic. thank you for your time.
michele

Nazareth, PA

#54 Feb 22, 2009
Why don't more stores do this. My husband was hurt in an auto accident and this would make life easier. Maybe I should start a business doing this. I would make a fortune. What happened to service oriented businesses?
michele

Nazareth, PA

#55 Feb 22, 2009
Michele of Bethlehem wrote:
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Good for you, but if someone is paying for on-line service I really don't see how it is any of your business.
Do you work... probably not. Try it. It isn't so easy.
tom

Bethlehem, PA

#56 Feb 22, 2009
Palease wrote:
No wonder Americans are so overweight and there's a health crisis, we have got to be THE laziest society.
Oh, don't be so hard on yourself.

“aka MOB”

Since: Mar 07

Bethlehem

#57 Feb 22, 2009
michele wrote:
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Do you work... probably not. Try it. It isn't so easy.
ummm...I do work, full time in fact. Maybe you don't read. I do support on-line shopping BECAUSE it is easier for people who work.

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