Of late accompanying the Frau on her weekly forays to the supermarche has been less of a chore than usual due to the explosion of fitties walking around in scant outfits (well for shopping anyway). This seems to have died off of late. Recently, was trudging around the place with a self checkout gun I came up with a plan. These devices are brilliant. One, they reveal the cost of the shop, and how much is currently saved due to offers and the like... alas they don't show savings from reduced produce. This is handy as I can beast the Frau for not making savings, even though she is quite thrifty. But I soon got bored of that. So. Supermarket tag. Walking around, you could 'zap' fellow shoppers and add £1 to their bill, which would then be taken off yours. Obviously they could then 'zap' you back in order to redress this balance. Some sort of system would be in place to prevent multiple 'zaps' maybe a cutoff of 60secs before you could zap the same person again. This could also benefit supermarket staff, who could just dump piles of produce in the ailses to provide cover, rather than stacking them nicely on shelves. Obviously those without the self checkout guns would be free to plod around the stores unmolested. Would this make shopping more fun?