In her Front Porch column, Cindy Hval writes:
The friendly bagger shook open my reusable bags on Saturday, and eyed the flood of goods making its way down the conveyer belt toward him.
“How heavy should I make these bags?” he asked.
“Load ’em up,” I replied. “I’ve got kids at home to bring them in.”
The cashier paused her scanning. “Your kids help you unload the groceries?” she asked, wide-eyed.
“Only if they want to eat,” I replied.
Her surprise baffled me. More here.
Question: Did you make your kids to chores?