PICK A SIDE: PAPER BAGS, PLASTIC BAGS, REUSABLE TOTES❓

For "Pick a Side" lists, suggest your preferred choice from the choices available in the list title. No write-in answers allowed! Just pick a side!
  1. So which kinds of bags do you use at the grocery store?
  2. Suggest your answer below! ⬇️
  3. Reusable!
    Chico Bags
    Suggested by   @ladyprofessor
  4. Reusable
    Suggested by   @thesting
  5. Plastic
    I reuse them as trash bags, litter-box bags, etc. I'm not a total monster!
    Suggested by   @jhope71
  6. I'm definitely all about the reusable totes, but every once in awhile I'll go for paper because I reuse and repurpose them at home.
    Suggested by   @Lalazany
  7. Reusable.
    But I often forget to bring them shopping. 😳
    Suggested by   @macnchz
  8. A combo of bolga baskets (mostly for farmers markets) and reusable bags.
    Suggested by   @avecsarah
  9. Paper.
    I'm a traditionalist. I also recycle. My conscience is clear. ☺️
    Suggested by   @jesszaffino
  10. Paper! I always forget the reusable ones and we use recycle the paper bags.
    Suggested by   @ChristaBullock
  11. Plastic bags
    Because picking up dog poop with a reusable bag is gross
    Suggested by   @raspopoj
  12. Totes! Especially if they're free totes!
    Suggested by   @lynn0826
  13. Reusable!
    Although once when I worked at a grocery store one of the other cashiers was handed a bag with a dead mouse in it. So don't do that please.
    Suggested by   @sonyaellis
  14. Reusable when I remember them
    Suggested by   @aakraus
  15. What ever they give me because I chronically forget the reusable ones. Side note: Target plastic bags make the best trash liners.
    Suggested by   @leastinteresting
  16. Reusable bags or baskets!
    Suggested by   @bredee
  17. Reusable.
    Once in a while I get a paper bag or three for specific re-uses.
    Suggested by   @Starmist
  18. Reusable! Oh the shame I feel if I forget! 😳
    But seriously 4 in the car, 4 in the house, 1 in my purse and 1 in the stroller - bases covered.
    Suggested by   @vancityjilly